Monthly Meeting: May 9, 7:30pm Telford Community Building
Kutztown XXXVI May 12 & 13
Who We Are
The Delaware Valley Historic Radio Club (DVHRC), founded in 1991, is an active club dedicated to the collection and preservation of antique radios, televisions, electronic test equipment and related items.
Where We Meet
The DVHRC meets the second Tuesday of each month at the Telford Community Building in Telford, PA, about 25 miles north of Philadelphia. (Directions)
The DVHRC was founded in 1992 by Jay Daveler and a small group of radio enthusiasts from the Philadelphia area. The first meeting was held on February 4, 1992 and hosted by Tony Mollettiere at his business, North Penn Amusements in Souderton, PA. Thirteen people attended including Jay Daveler (President), Larry Hilgner (Vice-president), John Kern (Treasurer), Tony Mollettiere (Secretary) and his wife Sylvia, Pete and Jan Grave, Arnold Finkel and his wife, Mike Koste and Charlie Class. Shortly thereafter, meetings were moved to their current location, the Telford Community Center in Telford, PA.
Kutztown Radio Show
Since the mid 1990's, the DVHRC has hosted the Kutztown Radio Show at Renninger's Antiques and Farmer's Market in Kutztown, PA, an ideal location with plenty of covered space, parking and a nearby Farmer's Market with food and other attractions. The show is held twice each year, in May and September, and has grown into the premier radio event in the east attracting collectors and dealers from across the United States.