Our annual fundraiser to benefit the California Historical Radio Society and its Bay Area Radio Museum & Hall Of Fame & the Society Of Wireless Pioneers.
KCBS' Morning News Anchor - Stan Bunger will again be our Master of Ceremonies.
LIVE Auction - Almost 200 Lots of antique radio gear, hi-fi gear and more. Click link above to see the catalog. Check back as more items are listed. KGO TV's Dan Ashley will be one of our guest auctioneers.
LIVE Jazz Concert - The Royal Society Jazz Orchestra will entertain with a toe tapping musical set. The RSJO is a well respected and very popular musical attraction. When the RSJO stages events they sell out. And charge more than $10. So pass the word if you love to hear live jazz music performed by a highly talented professional orchestra.
LIVE Radio Play - On stage The CHRS Radio Dog Theater Presents: "Sam Spade - The Blood Money Caper". Set in San Francisco back in the 20th century. This campy radio drama will be directed by Peter Finch and stars Sam Van Zandt as Sam Spade. Featuring Terry McGovern, Celeste Perry, Miranda Wilson, Richard Gossett, Michael Bennett, Hoyt Smith, Alisa Clancy and Steve Kushman. Live mix by Dan Healy.
LIVE Announcements - Ben Fong-Torres and Kim Wonderley will present The Bay Area Radio Hall Of Fame Class of 2019.
Silent Auction - Featuring wonderful and unusual items, events and opportunities for fun.
A GIANT Electronics Surplus Event - Make a small donation and take home thousands of electronic items and other things that need to be saved from the landfill.
Hungry? - The CHRS Doggie Diner has food and beverages plus the CHRS Bake Sale.
Explore Radio Central - See the progress on our efforts to build this center devoted to Radio. And learn about ham radio in our new amateur station W6CF.
New information will be posted soon. Stay Tuned! Please check back often. It's only a $10 donation for the whole day. Children are Free.
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