In last week's Bulletin Board, an incorrect date was listed for the upcoming presidential primary election. The correct date is March 8. (Published 2/11/88)

Saturday is the last day to register to vote before the March 11 presidential primary. For information on where and when to register in your county, call the county office of the general registrar.

A ham radio broadcast Saturday will commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Vienna Wireless Society, one of Northern Virginia's largest ham radio clubs. From 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., the club's amateur radio call sign, K4HTA, will be open to the public. Ham radio operators from around the world will demonstrate voice and Morse code communication. For more information, contact Brian Treadwell, WV4V, at 938-1442.

"The Canadian Far West," a travelogue film about the immense and varied landscape of Canada's west, will be presented by the Arlington Kiwanis Club at 8 p.m. tomorrow and Saturday at the Arlington Temple, 1835 N. Nash St., Rosslyn. A lecture by filmmaker/humorist Dennis Cooper will accompany the film. Admission is $3.50. Free parking is available in garages. Arlington Temple is accessible to the handicapped. For information, call Robert Gratton at 370-3180 (days) or William Marston at 538-6668 (evenings).

Informaton on more than 40 summer programs for children will be available Sunday at Camp Fair '88, a free exhibition of summer camps sponsored by Summer Solutions, Advisors on Camps and Trips. From noon to 4 p.m., children and their parents will be able to meet with the directors of day camps, overnight camps, travel programs, teen camps and trips, and specialty camps. Brochures and applications will be available at the fair at Best Western Westpark Hotel, 8401 Westpark Dr., Tysons Corner. For more details, call Nancy Soschin at 569-2616 or Joanne Wilkenfeld at 255-2540.

This year, send your valentine a gourmet breakfast basket on Feb. 14 to help support Northern Virginia Hot Line, a crisis intervention service. The baskets contain Virginia-made sparkling cider, fresh bagels, cream cheese and jelly, fresh fruit, cake and chocolate, along with any message the sender wishes to include. Orders for the baskets, which are $20 each, must be placed by Monday. Call 525-3092.

Aspiring hams may learn how to operate an amateur wireless radio starting Feb. 11 at free weekly training sessions offered by Woodbridge Wireless Inc. The first session will be from 7 to 9 p.m. at Our Lady of Angels Church, 1 Mary's Way, Woodbridge. The course lasts 13 weeks. Call Tim Farrell at 590-5226 (evenings).

"Love's Rocky Roads," an evening of adult folk tales, will be presented by professional storyteller Catherine Wiant at 8 p.m. Feb. 11 at Cherry Hill Farmhouse, 172 Annandale Rd., Falls Church. Listeners will hear tales from around the world about the trials and tribulations of finding and keeping one's true love. The program is free, but reservations are required. Call 241-5171 or 241-5077 by Monday.