The Acton Agua Dulce Amateur Radio Club is a group of active Amateur Radio operators located in the Acton and Agua Dulce area of Southern California. We provide communications support for our local community and help individuals who would like to become Amateur Radio operators.
What is Amateur Radio?
Amateur Radio is a fascinating hobby that offers many possibilities for enjoyment as well as providing emergency communications in the event of a naturual disaster. Do you like to help others? We do that! Are you into technology? Amateur Radio is a great way to stay current with the latest electronic designs. Do you like to meet people? Becoming an Amateur Radio operator is easy to achieve and you can meet interesting people with similar interests both on the air and in person.
How do I join in the Fun?
Come visit us at our next club meeting. We meet every month at the Acton Agua Dulce Library. We can provide you all the information and assistance that you need to obtain your FCC license. More
Our club provides communications support for both the Acton parade in July and the Agua Dulce parade in September.
Held every June, Field Day is a national exercise where Amateur radio operators test their emergency and operational skills.
Amateur Technician Class
Earning your Technician class radio license is not hard and no Morse code is required.
Join us for our next club meeting
We meet every third Wednesday of each month at 6 PM at the Acton Agua Dulce Public Library, 33792 Crown Valley Rd, Acton, CA 93510. NOTE: Currently on hiatus due to COVID-19 pandemic.
AADARC normally holds its monthly club meeting at the Acton, Agua Dulce Library. The library is currently closed due to Covid 19 and our club meetings are on hold.