Washington Watchmakers - Clockmakers Association

The Washington Watchmakers - Clockmakers Association

The Washington Watchmakers - Clockmakers Association exists to connect and support watchmakers and clockmakers of all levels from beginner's to professionalc and hobbyists throughout Washington State and the Pacific Northwest. Membership in the Washington Watchmakers - Clockmakers Association is open to anyone with an interest in watch or clock repair.

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Next Meeting:

Saturday August 10, 2024


“The Theory of Timing Machines and Review of PC Timing Software”

We all use these machines - it is time that we understood how they work. 


John Runciman

Mart and/or Hospitality: 9am

Meeting and Program: 10am

The Norwest School of Horology will be offering for sale a lot of their surplus tools, some watches, clocks and other horology related items. Come early to look everything over. There will be some free items available as well. Come, look and shop!

Bring your tools, watches, books and other horological items to sell during the mart!

If you have any items for show-and-tell, please bring them. If you have a power point about your show-and-tell the process is just a little easier but if not, we can make it work.If you have any mystery tools you would like to have us identify, bring them to the meeting.

Meeting location:

Norwest School of Horology Classroom
at Shoreline Community Center

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