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  1. Chapter 159 British Horology 2014 Membership Dues

    Oct 1, 13 - Sep 30, 14
  2. Intro To Machine Tools and Materials- Build A Clock WS-204

    Jul 21 - 25
    Columbia, PA
  3. WS-120 Using the Micro Mill for the Beginner

    Jul 26 - 27
    Columbia, PA
  4. Servicing a Pocket Watch for the Beginner WS-111

    Jul 26 - 27
    Columbia, PA
  5. Servicing a Pocket Watch for the Beginner II WS-201

    Jul 28 - 30
    Columbia, PA
  6. Basic Clock Repairs WS-320

    Jul 28 - Aug 8
    Columbia, PA
  7. 2014 Mid-West Event

    Aug 2
    Antioch, IL, United States
  8. Staffing and Jeweling WS-410

    Aug 4 - 8
    Columbia, PA
  9. Dial Painting WS-124

    Aug 9 - 10
    Columbia, PA
  10. 2014 Eastern States Regional

    Aug 15 - 16
    Liverpool, NY


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


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  • Executive Director's Update

    July 11, 2014 After months of trial and error, we went live with our new online education portal this past week. The initial content is nine lectures from the 2013 Ward Francillon Time Symposium and a watch instruction course on Batteries, Bands, and Bracelets. Courses in clock repair, watch repair and case repair are in process. Several people have already registered and paid for courses and we are still addressing a few bugs in the process. You can access these new programs through the Upcoming Events tab on the right side of the nawcc.org home page or from the Events drop down when you are logged into your member account. Friday night, July 11, was our annual Hops and Clocks fund raiser for the library and museum. The 250 tickets sold out in a record eight days. Participating were ten breweries, eleven food establishments and Turkey Hill provided non-alcoholic beverages. All food and beverages were donated. A live band helped entertain the patrons. The... more