The "Clocktail" Party Continues

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    COLUMBIA, PA: The National Watch & Clock Museum in Columbia, PA, is pleased to host its popular “Clocktail” Party on Thursday, March 21, from 6 to 9 PM.


    “Everyone had such a great time last year, we decided to do it again,” said Abby Krouse, Event Coordinator and Museum Store Manager.


    The evening is both creative and social, giving participants all the materials they need to create their own unique, working clock. Museum Staff are on hand to guide the process, but participants are encouraged to take full advantage of the multitude of art supplies (traditional and nontraditional) to express themselves. Previous participants produced clocks made of tin signs, wooden cut-outs, and even record albums! All clocks have a dependable quartz movement – no winding required.


    Taking place in the rotunda of the NAWCC Watch & Clock Museum, 514 Poplar Street, Columbia, PA, the event is also a great opportunity to socialize with family and friends.


    “Last year we had mothers and daughters, friends and co-workers, husbands and wives — all having a great time here at the Museum,” said Krouse, “and they all had a handmade clock to take home with them.”


    Light hors d’oeuvres will be served throughout the evening in addition to wine, beer, and a signature “clocktail” made just for the evening. The event cost of $30 includes all supplies and one free drink. Additional drinks will be available for purchase. Clocktails is an adult-only event and those attending must be 21 or over.


    Seating is limited, and this event was sold-out last year. Preregistration is required by calling 717-684-8261, ext. 211 or emailing giftshop@nawcc.org. For directions, hours, and general Museum information, visit our website at www.museumoftime.org.
     

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