The Iroquois Amateur Radio Club is an organization dedicated to the enjoyment of Amateur Radio. The club, known as IARC, operates and maintains a total of four repeaters in eastern Ontario. If you would like information about Amateur Radio (also commonly known as “Ham Radio”) or for more information about the IARC, please feel free to contact the club.
The IARC can be contacted in a number of ways. Please see the Contact page.
The club normally meets on the first Wednesday of the month, September to June. Meetings begin at 7:30 PM at the Iroquois branch of the Royal Canadian Legion.
Visitors are always welcome.
The Raccoon Net meets every Tuesday evening at 7:00 PM on VE3IRO. All licensed amateur radio operators are welcome to check in.
The IARC hosts an annual flea market on the first Saturday of April. Please see the Activity page.
Secretary and Editor
Wed Feb 1 Monthly Meeting 7:30 PM
at the Iroquois Legion.
It's that time of the year again, to renew your membership in the Iroquois Amateur Radio Club. What other club or organization can you be a member of for $10 a year. That’s less than a buck a month.Please take note of our new e-mail transfer address. email@example.com
The funds are deposited directly into our bank account.