The following special event stations are scheduled for June:
N1M, from 350th anniversary of the City of Marlborough, Massachusetts; Algonquin ARC; 0000—2300Z June 25 to July 5 on 7.250, 14.250 MHz ±QRM. QSL to AARC, P.O. Box 258, Marl­borough, MA 01752. <>
NC4ZO, from North Carolina Aviation Museum annual Fly-in and War Bird Display, Asheboro, North Carolina; 1300—2000Z June 5 on 21.350, 14.260, 7.250 MHz all ±QRM. For QSL send QSL and SASE (DX stations send QSL, 9x12 SAE, and 2 IRCs) to Butch Simpson, WS4H, 6747 King Mtn. Rd., Asheboro, NC 27205.
N6R, from commemoration of the lives of President Ronald and Mrs. Nancy Reagan, Grounds of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum, Simi Valley, California; Ventura County ARS joined by Simi Settlers ARC, Ventura County ARC, and Conejo Valley ARC; 1800Z June 25 to 1800Z June 27 onn 3.850, 7.185, 14.280, 21.042, 28.369 MHz (other bands planned include: 50, 144, 440/432 MHz, 10 GHz, PSK, Satellite, FSTV). Send QSL and SASE to VCARS, c/o Peter Heins, N6ZE, 1559 Norwich Ave., Thousand Oaks, CA 91360. <>
K7P, celebrating the 150th annniversary of the Pony Express, from historic Riverbed Pony Express Station; Davis County ARC, Davis County, Utah; June 12, 13, 14 on 40, 20, and 15 meters operating SSB and PSK-31. <>
KG8EF, from Edmund Fitzgerald Memorial, Whitefish Point Lighthouse (USA-887) and Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum in Michigan's Upper Peninsula during Museum Ships Weekend, June 5-6. Multi-operation. QSL all contacts via KG8EF. <>
NB9QV, from Museum Ships Afloat weekend, WW II submarine USS Cobia AGSS-245, Manitowoc, Wisconsin; USS Cobia ARC; 1400—2100Z June 5-6 on 7.250, 14.260, 21.300 MHz (±25 kHz). For QSL send QSL and #10 SASE to Fred Neuenfeldt, W6BSF, 4932 S. 10th St., Manitowoc, WI 54220-9192. For USS Cobia color certificate send $1.00 and your QSL to Tom McNulty, K0EFV, 4015 Independence Ave., Waterloo, IA 50703-9317. <>
VE3MIS, from Annual Streetsville Bread & Honey Festival, Mississauga, ON Canada; Mississauga ARC; 1400—2000Z June 5 & 6 on 28.480, 21.315, 14.240, 7.230 MHz. For certificate send SAE and $2US to MARC, c/o Michael Brickell, VE3TKI, 2801 Bucklepost Cres., Mississauga, ON Canada L5L 1M6. <>

The following hamfests, etc., are slated for June:
June 5, 2010 Atlanta Hamfest, Jim R. Miller Park, Marietta, Georgia. Information: <>. (Talk-in 146.820[—] PL 146.2; exams)
June 6, Breezeshooters Hamfest & Computer Show, Butler Farm Show Grounds, Butler, Pennsylvania. Contact Bob Benna, N3LWP, 412-366-0488, e-mail <>; <>. (Talk-in 147.300+; exams begin at noon)
June 12, Knoxville Hamfest & Electronics Expo & ARRL Tennessee State Convention, Kerbela Temple, Knoxville, Tennessee. Contact Lou Dreinhoefer, WB3JKQ, e-mail: <>, or David Bower, K4PZT, e-mail: <>. <https://www.>. (Talk-in 53.770, 147.300, 224.400, 444.575; exams)
June 13, Manassas Hamfest, Prince William County Fairgrounds, Manassas, Virginia. Contact Bruce, AB8CI, e-mail: <>, phone 703-361-8873; <>. (Talk-in 146.97, 442.200; exams contact David, e-mail: <>)
June 13, HOSARC Hamfest, Hall of Science ARC, New York Hall of Science parking lot, Flusing Meadow Corona Park, Queens, New York. Contact Stephen Greenbaum, WB2KDG, phone (evenings only) 718-898-5599, e-mail: <>. (Talk-in 444.200 PL136.5, 145-270 —600 kHz PL 136.5; exams 10 AM)
June 19, W2QW Hamfest, Piscataway High School, Piscataway, New Jersey. Contact Eric, 908-251-3938; <>. (Talk-in 146.520)
June 20, Flea at MIT, Albany and Main Streets, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Information call 617-253-3776 (9-5 M-F); <wwww.>. (This event will also be held July 18, August 15, September 19, and October 17) (Talk-in 146.52 or 449.725/444.725 PL114.8 [2A])
June 20, Monroe (MI) Hamfest, Monroe County Fairgrounds, Monroe, Michigan. Contact Fred VanDaele, KA8EBI, phone 734-242-9487 (after 5 PM); e-mail: <>; <https://www.>.
June 25-27, Ham Radio Friedrichshafen, Friedrichshafen, Germany. For details go to <>.

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