The Burlington Radio Control Modelers is a group of approximately 160 members who share a common interest in flying model aircraft. The objective of the membership is to have good clean fun while maintaining a sense of community involvement. We have two beautiful flying fields, Bayview and Bronte, that we maintain within public park areas. Burlington is about a half hour drive west of the City of Toronto and is on the north shore of Lake Ontario.
Our club prides itself on having an exemplary safety record with an outstanding training program. Our intent is to keep the hobby alive and well so our members pass the enjoyment on to others. We have numerous events throughout the year that range from competitive catagories to just “plane” (pardon the pun) fun flying. We fly off the land and the water. We have control line and radio controlled aircraft. We have indoor penny light freeflight planes. There is something for everyone.
How to Join BRCM
All model flying clubs in Canada are affiliated with MAAC – the Model Aeronautics Association of Canada. MAAC represents the club at various levels of government and provides insurance coverage of all member clubs. All members of individual clubs must be members of MAAC. You may contact MAAC at 905-632-9808 or at their head office at 9-5100 South Service Road L7L 6A5 or their web site at www.MAAC.ca
Mail your completed form with your cheque to the address given on the BRCM form or bring the completed form to one of our monthly meetings at the Burlington Central Library.
We meet at 7:00 p.m. on the fourth Thursday of each month excepting June, July and August. We meet in the Centennial Room within the Burlington Central Library on New Street, west of Guelph Line. Guests are welcome.