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October, 2021

Sunday
24
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NAWCC Toronto Chapter 33 invites you to a zoom meeting
Sunday October 24, 2021 at 2:00 PM EDT

We are happy to announce that Dr. Safwat Wahba will present an illustrated program on Joseph Windmills and a Windmills’ tallcase clock (circa 1680) that he found and purchased. Windmills was a gifted Clock and Watchmaker who preceded Thomas Tompion as Master of the London Clockmaker’s Guild.

This informative presentation will be of interest to everyone who enjoy the period of early English clock making!!

November, 2021

Wednesday
17
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Learn about the two companies, U. S. Watch Company and Columbia Watch Company, in the time period 1885 to 1904 when they tried to survive under the shadow of American Watch Company.

December, 2021

Saturday
4
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This 2-day hands-on class will cover the basics of how mechanical clocks tell time. The class will take place at the School of Horology in Columbia, PA. Students must be over the age of 18 in order to attend this class.

Topics covered will include:
Basic Functions of a Clock
Types of Movements
Power Sources
Escapement Types
Vocabulary
Tools
And much more!

Students will learn Basic functions of a time-only mechanical clock movement; take the movement apart, reassemble it, put it in beat & lubricate it.

All that you need to bring is your own binocular magnifier or similar device.

Cost: $695
Sunday
5
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This 2-day hands-on class will cover the basics of how mechanical clocks tell time. The class will take place at the School of Horology in Columbia, PA. Students must be over the age of 18 in order to attend this class.

Topics covered will include:
Basic Functions of a Clock
Types of Movements
Power Sources
Escapement Types
Vocabulary
Tools
And much more!

Students will learn Basic functions of a time-only mechanical clock movement; take the movement apart, reassemble it, put it in beat & lubricate it.

All that you need to bring is your own binocular magnifier or similar device.

Cost: $695

January, 2022

June, 2022

November, 2022

Friday
4
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Since the invention of mechanical timekeeping, passionate collectors have recognized the value of horology and built fine collections privately held, in museums or have been dispersed but are documented. These collectors deserve our attention, study, and everlasting gratitude. This symposium will examine the lives and collections of many of these people. Please plan to join us in Manhattan in 2022. Our co-host is the Horological Society of New York
Saturday
5
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Since the invention of mechanical timekeeping, passionate collectors have recognized the value of horology and built fine collections privately held, in museums or have been dispersed but are documented. These collectors deserve our attention, study, and everlasting gratitude. This symposium will examine the lives and collections of many of these people. Please plan to join us in Manhattan in 2022. Our co-host is the Horological Society of New York

October, 2023

Thursday
5
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Halim Time & Glass Museum
1560 Oak Ave.
Evanston, IL 60201
Friday
6
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Halim Time & Glass Museum
1560 Oak Ave.
Evanston, IL 60201
Saturday
7
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Halim Time & Glass Museum
1560 Oak Ave.
Evanston, IL 60201

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