(Page updated October 2019 )
The Chapter's goal is horological education - of Chapter members and interested members of the general public. To accomplish this, Lone Star Chapter 124 offers a variety of classes, workshops, and seminars throughout the year. In addition, designated "open bench" workshops are scheduled for Chapter members to consult with experienced repairers about problems they are having with clocks, and to use the Chapter's extensive collection of specialized horological tools to repair their clocks.
Classes (listed below) are limited in size and anyone interested in registering for a class should do so at the earliest opportunity. All class dates are subject to change, so please keep checking this page for date changes.
For information regarding registration or other questions about classes offered by Lone Star Chapter 124, please contact:
Chapter 124 Education Director
Phone: (972) 467-5052
Chapter 124 also offers Field Suitcase Courses in conjunction with the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC). Registration for these courses (denoted by an "*FSW##" in the course listing below) is handled separately from most of the Chapter courses.
For information regarding registration or other questions about these classes, please contact Bill Nash.
Schedules can change so consult this page often
Month Date Class Or Event Instructor(s) or Location January 11-12, 18-19 CR100 - Kitchen Clock Repair Kelsey Downum February 4 OW101 - Evening Open Bench Kelsey Downum 15-16, 22-23 SR200 - Adjusting Common Clock Escapements Kelsey Downum March April May June July August September October November December