The Horological Society Of New York Is Taking Its Classes To Boston And Washington, D.C.

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For the last two weekends in April, the Horological Society of New York will continue its 2017 Traveling Education tour by visiting two often requested cities. Horological Education classes will be offered in Washington, D.C., over the April 22 and 23 weekend at the Crystal City Marriott; the next weekend, April 29 and 30, HSNY will head to Boston, where it will hold classes at the Marriott Long Wharf.

At HSNY’s award-winning classes, students discover what makes a watch tick. In the hands-on course – taught by HSNY’s staff of professional watchmakers – students work on a mechanical watch movement, studying the gear train, winding and setting mechanisms, and escapement. The four-hour course covers everything taught during HSNY’s individual courses held in New York City. 

Horological Education at the Horological Society of New York

A class in action at the Horological Society of New York.

Enrollment is now open for the Washington, D.C., and Boston classes, and tickets are sure to go quickly.

HODINKEE is a sponsor of the Horological Society of New York.


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