Celebrating our 50th year!

PSARA is a non-profit, social & educational community of: amazing Show and Tells, great conversations, classes and an overall a wealth of knowledge. We are also dedicated to the preservation and restoration of antique radios. 

For any questions about membership or meetings, please contact (call or text): 425-470-3130  or email psarapresident@pugetsoundantiqueradio.com.

We hold weekly Sunday morning get togethers on Zoom. It is a great place to meet us to see if you would like to join. Please contact us (above) for more information.

Join us on June 11th at the Cedar Valley Grange. Meetings open to the public!

  PSARA Shoreline Flyer 2023


Become A Member

If you are a collector of old radios and associated memorabilia or want to get involved in the hobby and would like to share ideas and information with fellow collectors, then Puget Sound Antique Radio Association is the club for you.

Monthly meetings, “Horn of Plenty” newsletter, annual swap meet, annual best radio contest, and much, much more. Why not join today?

Download Membership Application


PSARA Monthly Meetings

Meeting Location:
Cedar Valley Grange  (and via Zoom link).
20526 52nd Ave. W.
Lynnwood WA  98036

Meeting Times:
8:00 am – Informal Swap 
10:00 am – Show and Tell/Technical Demo/Presentation 
11:30 am – Business Meeting 

Meeting Dates: (all hybrid in-person and via Zoom):

3rd Sunday of each month, except 2nd Sunday June and December. 

March 19th, 2023 
April 16th, 2023 
May 21th, 2023 
June 11th, 2023 
July 16th, 2023 

*August 20th Swap Meet at Shoreline Community College*

September 17th, 2023 
October 15th, 2023 
November 19th, 2023 and Live Annual Radio Contest
December 10th, 2023 Hybrid meeting and holiday party!


What’s My Radio Worth?

The Puget Sound Antique Radio Association is a group of radio and wireless collectors and enthusiasts, we are not professional appraisers and aren’t trained to appraise sets or collections. Therefore we are unable to provide guidance on the value of your set. If you are trying to determine the value of a radio we recommend either hiring a professional antique appraiser or resources such as eBay, Craig’s List, Offer Up or any of the other online sales sites to provide you an approximate value based on the current market value of your set.