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  1. 2015 Silver Dollar Regional

    Aug 29 - 30
    Sparks, NV
  2. Basic Clock Repairs WS-320

    Sep 7 - 18
    Columbia, PA
  3. 2015 Mid-Eastern Regional

    Sep 18 - 19
    Hampton, VA
  4. 2015 Mid-America Regional

    Sep 25 - 26
    Auburn, IN, United States
  5. 2015 Mid-America Regional

    Sep 25 - 26
    Auburn, IN
  6. Servicing a Pocket Watch for the Beginner WS-111

    Sep 26 - 27
    Columbia, PA

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A brief discussion of the importance of time, presented by the National Watch & Clock Museum in Columbia, PA.

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FROM OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

  • Executive Director's Update

    August 28, 2015 The website and online registration for the 2016 National Convention in Louisville, Kentucky is now live and can be accessed at http://net.nawcc.org/2016National/Home.aspx . One of the extras planned for the convention is a cruise on the historic Belle of Louisville riverboat. The pre-registration chair has informed me that almost half of the tables are already reserved. Check it out and register today! Frederick Shelley’s Early American Tower Clocks which illustrates surviving American tower clocks from 1726 to 1870 has an order form in the September/October issue of the Mart & Highlights . A special member’s introductory price of $25.00 for the soft bound edition will continue through October. A number of people have asked about a hard bound edition and we are currently working on one. The hard bound edition’s introductory price will be $35.00. Items donated by the estate of Mary Louise Moore of Portland that were not needed by the museum... more