Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Chapter 136 exists to advance the art and science of horology (timekeeping). Our club actively serves the public and supports its members by providing educational opportunities, encouraging preservation, facilitating research, providing online venues for information exchange, and sponsoring events. 
We meet monthly at the Vista Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum.

Work night at the West Coast Clock & Watch Museum!

Club members met on 3/25 at the WCCWM for a spring cleaning session. Dusting clocks, shelves and cleaning glass. It was a lot of detailed work. Thanks to all that pitched in. 

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE: MARCH 2017 Hello all clock & watch lovers, chapter members and friends. I hope this message finds you doing well and enjoying our beautiful weather. I look forward to seeing you all at our next meeting. The "business" part of our meeting will be direct and short because we have a special task to perform. This meeting will be different than any we have had in the past. At our last meeting, museum director Rod Groenewold asked our chapter for help in dusting off the clocks in the Clock and Watch Museum. Our chapter agreed and so we will accommodate the request at our March meeting. I am thinking, every once in a while we will have to go and do this task again. If you can remember, please bring a couple of soft small dusting rags and a short stepladder to help with the dusting. I will provide small soft 1 inch brushes which will also be helpful.  I look forward to seeing you all at the meeting. Andre Perreault

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