NAWCC Chapter 50 Puget Sound

A Convention of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC)

Pacific Northwest Regional 2022

May 13, 14, 15 (Public Days May 14, 15)

Kitsap Conference Center
100 Washington Avenue
Bremerton, WA 98337

Host Chapters: Puget Sound #50, Mt. Rainier #135, British Columbia #121
Co-hosts: Pacific Northwest #31, Inland Empire #53

The Pacific Northwest Regional returns to Bremerton after the cancellation due to Covid. We have replicated our plans from 2020 and look forward to an enthusiastic show with members anxious to get back to seeing each other.

Come enjoy our Friday night Taco Bar!
Browse our Extensive Mart of Clocks, Watches and Tools!

For registration and program information visit

If you have any questions, please feel free to call our Regional Chair: 
Jack Goldberg     713-962-0936

Click here To download A Copy Of The
NAWCC Pacific Northwest Regional 2022 Registration Form.

Chapter  Officers

President   Gary Myers
Vice President  
Secretary Gary Myers
Treasurer  Robert Clemmer

chapter 50 out of business as of January 1, 2022

I have some news to pass for our upcoming gathering in January 2022. We will no longer be NAWCC Chapter 50, the organization went into default, essentially no officers put into place to keep it running. Chapter 50 has provided 58 years of horological education to the Puget Sound region but time has changed and times are strange.

We will be a new club and no longer under the umbrella of the NAWCC.  For now we are calling ourselves The Horological Society of Puget Sound. We'll be collecting dues to support the new club and we're asking for $10, you will NOT need a NAWCC member #. The rent for the Grange is privately funded for the time being.

So what does this mean for you?

-Being a part of this club means no ties to the NAWCC, you are no longer required to pay National dues to belong here.
-We can have more choices on what we'd like to have at our Marts, vintage items not necessarily related to Horology.
-Expanding on the number of people in our club by looking outside non-horological areas.
-Growing a more diverse community of members.
-Club can be run with minimal effort, food and programs are club driven.
-Focus on a couple of all-day activities during the year for fundraising and education.
    *Silent auctions
    *Suitcase educational type seminar
    *Sponsor event club sections at Antique or Horological shows
Of course "you" the new club members have the say in what we do. Some of the ideas I listed above are only suggestions so lets discuss all of this at our meeting.

Sunday, January 9th 12:30PM (Pacific standard time)

Cedar Valley Grange Hall
20526 52nd Ave West
Lynnwood, WA 98036


12:30pm    Mart and Socialize
2:00pm     Wrap up and Cleanup
The Grange will be open at 11:30am for Mart setup and  preparation.
-Gary Myers will bring a hot dish of something, we'll make coffee too.
-Loren Noyes will run a 50/50 drawing.
-Robert Clemmer will be collecting club dues.

Cheers and Happy Holidays!


The Horological Society of Puget Sound

Cedar Valley Grange Hall
20526 52nd Ave West
Lynnwood, WA 98036

Cedar Valley Grange Hall


National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors

British Horological Institute

American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute

Chapter 31 Pacific Northwest

Chapter 53  Inland Empire

Chapter 135 Mount Rainier

Washington Watchmakers - Clockmakers Association

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