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  1. Chapter 159 British Horology 2014 Membership Dues

    Oct 1, 13 - Sep 30, 14
  2. 2014 MKOA Regional

    Sep 11 - 13
    Oklahoma City, OK, United States
  3. 2014 MKOA Regional

    Sep 11 - 13
    Oklahoma City, OK
  4. 2014 Mid-America Regional

    Sep 19 - 20
    Auburn, IN, United States
  5. 2014 Mid-America Regional

    Sep 19 - 20
    Auburn, IN
  6. Stenciling on Glass With Lee Davis WS-125

    Sep 20
    Columbia, PA
  7. Servicing a Pocket Watch for the Beginner WS-111

    Sep 20 - 21
    Columbia, PA
  8. Servicing a Pocket Watch for the Beginner II WS-201

    Sep 22 - 24
    Columbia, PA
  9. Using a Jeweler's Lathe II WS-435

    Sep 29 - Oct 3
    Columbia, PA
  10. Traditional Enameling WS-222

    Oct 4 - 5
    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 29, 2014 Carter Harris, museum curator, announced his retirement as of August 31. Carter has served as curator for the National Watch and Clock Museum for twelve years and also served as conservator from 1980 to 1984. Carter has a degree in history from Keene State College in New Jersey and was trained in clockmaking and repair at the Bowman Technical School in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. His knowledge of our collections, his skill as a clockmaker and his grasp of horological history will be greatly missed. The curator position has been advertised and we will be accepting applications for the position until the end of September. Our part-time maintenance person also left August 22 to take a full-time job. A new part-time maintenance worker started on August 25. This position takes care of lawn and landscape maintenance for the exterior of our facilities and building maintenance such as changing light bulbs, painting, water treatment for the boiler and other general... more