When: Saturday 19 November
Where: SAIEE (South African Institute of Electrical Engineers)
18A Gill St, Observatory, Johannesburg, 2187
08h30 museum station ZS6IEE on air for those who wish to come early.
10h00 AGM, followed by a braai and fleamarket/swopmeet.
Bring a chair and something for the braai, and a table if you wish to sell some goodies
Please join us for the mid-year get-together of the Antique Wireless Association of Southern Africa.
The get-together will take place on Saturday the 4th of June as part of the Westrand Amateur radio club’s flea market at their clubhouse in Kroton street, Weltevredenpark, Roodepoort (coordinates: S26.14122 E27.91870 / 26°08'28.4"S 27°55'07.3"E)
Any goodies taking up space in your shack or garage?… please bring along for the swopmeet!
The fleamarket starts at 12pm, however we’ll set our gazebo up at 11am, just look for the AWASA banner.
There will be a cash bar and boerewors rolls for sale.
Please remember your camping chair!
For further info, please contact us via the "Contact" tab.
On Saturday 10th October and Sunday 11th October the AWA Valve QSO party will be held.
Saturday is the AM leg and Sunday the SSB Leg.
Time from 15:00 to 19:00 CAT
Frequencies: 40 Metres 7060 - 7100 and 80m 3600 to 3650
Exchange: Call sign; RS and consecutive numbers starting at 001; type of rig used.
Scoring : All valve radio 3 points per contact; Hybrid radio 2 points per contact; Solid State Radio 1 point per contact.
Multiplier: your radio: All valve radio 3 points per contact; Hybrid radio 2 points per contact; Solid State Radio 1 point per contact.
Certificates will be awarded to the 3 highest scores in each category.
Closing date for logs is 25th October 2015
Andy Cairns – ZS6ADY
On behalf of the AWA KZN, we would like to invite one and all to attend the first official gathering of the AWA in Kwa Zulu Natal.
This will take place on Sunday 28th June at the Baynesfield Estate Museum on the Richmond road from 09:00 the morning.
Fires will be available should anyone like to bring something along to braai and the AWA will have a display of Antique radios on show.
Boot sale will also be allowed, but there are no tables for flea market type activities.
We look forward to seeing you and your Club Members there to enjoy the day with us.
Directions to Baynesfield Museum
29° 45' 54.4392" S
30° 20' 29.358" E
Proceed along Alexander Road which joins the R56 to Thornville/Richmond. Travel about 15km and
pass Thornville. About 1km after passing Thornville turn right onto the P334. Travel about 4km until
you get to the main entrance of Baynesfield Estate. Proceed down the avenue of trees to the first
buildings on the left which are the offices.
Proceed along N3 towards Pietermaritzburg. Take exit 61 (Umlaas Rd/Umbumbulu/Eston) just after
Camperdown turnoff. Take first turn right to Thornville/Richmond. Travel for about 13km and merge
left onto R56 to Richmond. Travel less than 1km and turn right onto P334. Travel about 4km until you
get to the main entrance of Baynesfield Estate. Proceed down the avenue of trees to the first
buildings on the left which are the office.
We would be delighted to host the AWA and other hams at the next open day at Baynesfield Estate / Wireless Shack which is to be held on Sunday, 28th June 2015.
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