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  1. Servicing a Pocket Watch for the Beginner II WS-201

    Oct 10 - 12
    Columbia, PA
  2. 2014 NAWCC Ward Francillon Time Symposium

    Oct 16 - 18
    Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States
  3. Wheel and Pinion Cutting on the Micro Mill WS-119

    Oct 18 - 19
    Columbia, PA
  4. 2014 Southwest CA Regional

    Oct 23 - 25
    Del Mar, CA, United States
  5. 2014 Southwest California Regional

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

    Oct 24 - 26
    Columbia, PA
  7. Servicing a Swiss Wrist Watch I WS-230

    Oct 27 - 29
    Columbia, PA
  8. Introduction To Clocks for Beginners WS-109

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

    Oct 30 - Nov 2
    Battlefield, MO, United States
  10. Using a Jewelers Lathe I WS-135

    Oct 31 - Nov 2
    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

    September 28, 2014 Roland Murphy, owner of the RGM Watch Company of Mt. Joy, Pennsylvania, hosted a group of his clients and the press Saturday afternoon at the National Watch and Clock Museum. He personally gives the guided tour of the museum in addition to a tour of his facilities in Mt. Joy. His clients are asked to make a donation to the museum and over $2,000 were donated by the more than sixty visitors. Roland has been a member of NAWCC since 1981 and is currently a NAWCC business member. RGM Watches is known for bringing watch manufacturing back to the United States. The parts for RGM’s watches except jewels and springs are made locally. In addition to manufacturing watches the company is also known for watch repair and restoration and serves as the official U.S. repair center for several brands. For more information on RGM Watch Company go to http://www.rgmwatches.com/ Kevin Osborne, our information services director, has been working with one of our software... more