Clock ticking until timely festivities begin

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Where has the time gone?  

The National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors is celebrating its 75th anniversary.

In honor of the special occasion, the National Watch and Clock Museum in Columbia is offering timely treats.

The museum has more than 12,000 clocks and watches. With lots of time on its hands, it’s ready to share every minute with you.

There are two events you can get involved in this week, one in Lancaster and one in York.

With your regular ticket to the museum, you can attend free seminars about collections, get a behind the scenes tour in the library and research center, and even take a modern-day clock making lecture.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the convention shifts to Utz Arena at the York Expo Center. The free event will have 750 tables filled with clocks and watches.

There will be thousands of clocks to buy, sell, trade and restore or, if you’re a first-time enthusiast, to admire and enjoy. 

For details, visit the website of the National Watch and Clock Museum

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