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Buyers: $5.00

Seller spaces: $20.00 ea. (includes one 8' x 16' space and 1 admission)

1 free seller space with purchase of 3 spaces (32' x 16' area for $60.00)

Click here to reserve your seller spaces in 5 easy steps. Choose your spaces and receive express check-in at the gate!

Seller spaces will also be available for purchase at the event.

Sellers' entrance at Bellair Ave. & Essex Pl., Fair Lawn, NJ opens at 6 AM.

Buyers' entrance at Berdan Ave. & 1st St., Fair Lawn, NJ opens at 8 AM.

XYL's and kids enter free of charge

Handicap Accessible

Buyers' Entrance Map

Click on "view larger map" below to open in Google Maps on your smartphone.

Plenty of door prizes, Free Parking, Refreshments

Talk in: W2NPT/r 145.470 -600 KHz PL 167.9 Echolink Node 300501

Come join us at FLARC's second Spring Hamfest!

Springboarding off last year's highly successful Hamfest, we're holding this year's event at a bigger venue with space for more sellers and more fun. We expect this event to bring even more hams to Fair Lawn from across the ARRL Hudson Division than last year to help you sell your merchandise and/or services. Like last year, online registration offers sellers the convenience of reserving space ahead of the rush on June 4. Please click here to reserve your spaces.

About Us

Founded in 1956, and currently with more than 150 members who are active in general amateur radio, FLARC is North Jersey’s largest amateur radio club. Special interest groups within the club are dedicated to an expanding range of topics, including Monitoring, Digital Modes, Digital Voice, DX, Portable Ops/POTA and Satellite. Over the past year we administered over 200 amateur radio tests despite the pandemic. We were the first amateur radio club in the United States to implement a dedicated, daily Health and Welfare Net on our 2m repeater, W2NPT, to keep members and friends abreast of COVID-19 issues and their impact on our lives.