Pasadena Radio Club meets on the fourth Tuesday of every month, except December, at 7:00 p.m. in the Walnut Center building of Kaiser Permanente, 393 E. Walnut Street, Pasadena, CA 91188. The club's board of directors meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the same location.
Enter from Los Robles Avenue. There are two entrances to choose from:
- If the entrance at the southern end of the parking structure is open, use this entrance. (This entrance is usually open up to the time of our club meeting, maybe longer, but things change from time to time.) Tell the guard on duty at the gate that you are there for the Radio Club meeting and he/she will raise the bar to let you drive in.
- If the entrance at the southern end is closed (a mesh gate), use the entrance at the northern end of the building. (If you are already at the southern entrance, you may need to drive around the block to get back to the northern entrance.) Press the call button on the pedestal in front of the gate. When the security officer answers, say that you are there for the Radio Club meeting. The officer will remotely open the gate for you.
Drive up to the second level to park, or to the third if the second level is full. Parking in the “Car pool” spaces is OK.
After parking, proceed to the second floor and walk north-west to the southern entrance of the building. If the door to the building is not open, press the call button on the pedestal at the left to alert the security guard that you are there. The guard will unlock the door for you. Upon entering the building, proceed to the security station desk to your right and sign in to the Pasadena Radio Club log on the counter. Then proceed to the meeting location, usually room 1D, located in the northeast of the same floor. (Board meetings are usually in Room 1B.)
After the meeting, sign out at the security desk, using the same log that you used to sign in. Then to exit the parking structure, proceed to the northern of the two entrances/exists and press the call button on the pedestal to request that the security guard open the exit gate for you. (The guard will normally open the gate remotely without your needing to say anything.)
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