The MIST Science and Technology Festival showcased the Amateur Radio Society of Barbados, providing attendees with a window into the world of amateur radio and our commitment to wireless communication and exploration.

Our annual Christmas luncheon. Food fun and awards for those that have made great contributions to amateur radio and the ARSB over the years.

Members of the Barbados MET Services taking a tour of the ARSB headquarters.

Assisting DEM in their Open Day, ARSB members showed the public how we are able to keep communication alive regardless of whatever circumstance Barbados may experience.

A wonderful three days where ARSB not only showed many children and adults the wonders of Amateur Radio but gave enough hands on operation that we won the award for "most interactive exhibit"!

Practice setting up VSAT and Starlink systems at the ARSB clubhouse.

The ARSB held it's annual Christmas Luncheon for a much enjoyed end to the year 2022.

ARSB participating in the yearly regional exercise held by CDEMA to test emergency telecommunications procedures.

ARSB members teaching the Signal-To-Noise Communications Camp.

This field day was the overnight training session for the 8P4 class of 2022. Taking place at the ARSB clubhouse.

Though originally just for radio, our club house is also used by the local "Capricorn Line Dancers".

Woody making a very special visit to the ARSB clubhouse.

The club's much beloved member Woody (8P6CC) celebrating his 105th birthday.

This is the start of the second group being trained for their 8P4 licences by the ARSB.

The new 8P4's and 8P5's have a fry with the 8P6's and 8P9's

The new 8P4's from the 2019 course collecting their licences for the first time.

This field day was the overnight training session for the first 8P4 class of 2019. Taking place outside the ARSB building half way through their training.

ARSB operating for the "International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend" of 2019 at the Ragged Point light house.