The NAWCC National Watch & Clock Museum is holding its first Annual Clockwork Festival on Saturday, April 13, 2019. This occasion means to unite fans of the Make Movement, Steampunk, Gearworks, and Automaton communities all under the umbrella of horology.
There will be board conversations: one zeroing in on horology and the other on the Maker Movement. Members will incorporate Michele Marinelli and Jere Ryder, both of the Morris Museum Guinness Collection (Morris Township, NJ); Brett King from AutomataCon; Steampunk creator Don Dodson; and Lindsey Pei, watchmaker and originator from Ornament Incarnate. Dave Lindow, mechanic and producer of the Lindow Rose Enginew, will lead a Rose Engine turning show. More data about occasion programming can be found here .
Vendors will sell food and drink, and the occasion will be held from 10 AM to 4PM. Affirmation costs are $9 for grown-ups, $8 for seniors, $5 for kids under 16, and $23 for the entire family. Pre-registrants will get an unconditional present at the event.
For any inquiries, kindly call the National Watch & Clock Museum at 717-684-8261, ext. 211, or send an email to [email protected] . For headings, hours, and general Museum data, visit the site at www.museumoftime.org .