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  1. 2014 Southwest CA Regional

    Oct 23 - 25
    Del Mar, CA, United States
  2. 2014 Southwest California Regional

    Oct 23 - 25
    Del Mar, CA
  3. Servicing a Quartz Watch WS-225

    Oct 24 - 26
    Columbia, PA
  4. Introduction To Clocks for Beginners WS-109

    Oct 27 - 31
    Columbia, PA
  5. Lathe Skills F201

    Oct 30 - Nov 2
    Battlefield, MO, United States
  6. Intro To Machine Tools and Materials- Build A Clock WS-204

    Nov 3 - 7
    Columbia, PA
  7. Intro To Chime Clocks F103

    Nov 7 - 10
    Shalimar, FL
  8. 2014 Southern Regional

    Nov 8 - 9
    Metairie, LA
  9. 2014 Southern Regional

    Nov 8 - 9
    Metairie, LA, United States
  10. Servicing a Pocket Watch for the Beginner WS-111

    Nov 8 - 9
    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

    October 10, 2014 Thursday we had a reception at the National Watch and Clock Museum to unveil the Eberman Tower Clock donated by the County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This 1784-85 tower clock was built by Lancaster clockmaker John Eberman, Jr. for the Lancaster County Courthouse. The clock served in two courthouse buildings before being replaced in 1898 by a new Seth Thomas clock. The reception was to honor the county officials who donated the clock, the donors who provided the funds for the timber stand, Frank Del Greco who designed the stand, the timber framers who built the stand and others involved in the acquisition and exhibit of the c more