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Welcome to the MWOTRC!


Upcoming Meetings:

For our October meeting, Jack French and club members will be presenting a "Candy Matson" recreation As Jack stated, "The script is an original I wrote, based on the characters created by Monty Masters on the 1949-51 series." There will be full sound effects!

For our November meeting, member Lawrence Kandrach will present a program timed for Veterans Day on the theme of RADIO AND THE G.I. He will present audio clips and one special video element that will highlight radio programming that was made for, and available only to, GIs that were serving in overseas war zones. As his accompanying narratives will highlight, the programming, primarily featuring Command Performance material,was intended not just to provide a link to "Home", but also to provide information and elevate morale. These half-hour programs featured top performers from across the entertainment community encompassing Hollywood, radio, popular and classical music, sports, and novelty elements - and all featured acts were presented free and only by request of the GI audience.


Meeting schedule: Regular meetings are held at Trinity Episcopal Church, Columbia Pike and Wayne Street, Arlington VA.(Please see map below.)

We meet at 7:30 PM on the second Friday evening of every month, except June and December, when we meet Saturday noon at a local restaurant (location TBA). In September, we hold our meeting at the Mid Atlantic Nostalgia Convention (MANC) in Hunt Valley, Md. See our Links page for MANC details.

If you live in the Washington DC area or are planning a visit, why not attend one of our meetings? Members, guests, and the general public are invited to all meetings, which include various demonstrations and presentations.

Please browse through our site to learn more about us, or contact us for more information.

Click the map below for a Google map and directions.

BE SURE TO VISIT OUR LINKS Page from time to time.You'll find interesting web sites like this one, Old Time Radio Themes - a great resource for the music themes of those old favorite shows.

See our News Archives at:
News from 2014
News from 2009-12
News from 2006-7
News from 2005
News from 2004
News from 2003-2002