Ham Holiday 2019

July 26th - 27th

Oklahoma City Hamfest

Ham Holiday 2019 will be held at Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) 7777 S. May, Oklahoma City. Lots of space, lots of parking, lots of forums.

This year our featured speaker will be Carole Perry WB2MGP. Carole is amateur radio's premier supporter of youth training. She will be offering training for youth at the hamfest

Friday Banquet

The Friday evening banquet speaker will be Carole Perry WB2MGP. Carole is the premier youth trainer for amateur radio and has presented at over 30 Dayton Hamfests. Carole will be talking about getting youth involved as the future of our hobby. We’ll have a BBQ feast prepared by OCCC and plenty of room to bring your friends. This is a great place to visit with fellow hams and the regional, state, and local ARRL leadership present.
After the banquet will be the Wouff Hong ceremony for ARRL members. Buy your tickets today!


Talkabout Frequency

Announcement & Information will be made on our talkabout frequencies! Make sure your VHF radio can listen to 146.490 MHz simplex, and your DMR radio can listen to the DMR Central OK talkgroup 31401.

Volunteer Exam Testing

Ready to get your license or upgrade? Ham Holiday 2019 will give you that opportunity. Register for the VE Testing Session by clicking here. Free VE testing begins on Saturday at 12:30 pm. All test sessions must begin by 1:00 pm. Special offer for new hams. Pass a VE test for your first license and we’ll refund your Ham Holiday ticket price, or give you a free ticket!!! Good luck! Last year 16 people tested and 2 lucky hams received a full refund for passing their initial test here.


Raffle Prizes

The Pre-Registration prize is a Yaesu FT-8900 quad-band radio. Buy your tickets online today to be eligible for this prize.

Yes, we will have the prizes you have been wanting to get.

This year we’ll again have the ability to buy additional raffle tickets. These will be available online, and at the door.

Ham Holiday Location

This year we will be at the Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) at 7777 S. May, Oklahoma City, OK.
Lots of Free parking.
Easy access from I-240 & May.


Wouff Hong

The Wouff Hong story is relayed in a short ceremony after our Friday night banquet. All ARRL members are invited to attend this event while you are at Ham Holiday.

Click here to register online for this free ceremony.



Ample parking is available, follow the signs to enter on the northwest entrance.


ARRL Oklahoma State Convention

ARRL Oklahoma State Convention

Vendors Scheduled

The 2019 list of vendors is phenomenal. Click here for a list of the vendors that are scheduled to attend.


Swap Meet Table Policy

If you want to purchase a swap meet table, here’s our table policy! Click Here to see the policy.


Hours of Operation

Friday 3:00 pm – Open

Friday 7:00 pm – Close

Friday Banquet 7:00 pm

Friday Wouff Hong Ceremony 9:00 pm

Saturday 8:00 am – Open

The OCCC dining room will be open on Saturday for breakfast and lunch. Breakfasts made to order, including eggs, bacon, cereal, biscuits, and gravy will be waiting for you. Lunch will include sandwiches, burgers, dogs, and salads.

VE Testing – FREE – 12:30 pm

Saturday 3:00 pm – Close


PDF Flyer

Help us publicize Ham Holiday to make this a bigger, and better event for all. Here’s a printable Ham Holiday 2019 flyer to distribute to friends, clubs, or other organizations.


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Saturday’s forum list for Ham Holiday 2019 will include:

ARRL Forum – Kevin O’Dell N0IRW, ARRL West Gulf Division Director
ARRL Handbook Editor Ward Silver N0AX will present via Skype
Operating on 630 MetersJohn Langridge KB5NJD via Skype
Storm Spotting – News Channel Four’s Aaron Brackett
Oklahoma OEM: Auxcom
– Gayland Kitch WX5MOR
Youth Forum – Carole Perry WB2MGP Leah Ohse W3LEO
Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) Oklahoma Network – Mark Matalik AE5DN
DMR Beginner Operations  – Duane Angles AA5KD & Dave Downing WD5G
DMR Hotspot Setup – Duane Angles AA5KD & Dave Downing WD5G
Young Ladies Radio League (YLRL) – Michelle Carey W5MQC
Oklahoma DX Association (OKDXA) – Kim Elmore N5OP
Spurious Emissions – News Channel Four’s Don Ohse W5DRO