Introduction to Clock Repair- One Day Workshop- R. Lloyd

Ages: 13- Adult

Fascinated with clock and time keeping?  Learn whatmakes them tick.  This one day class is suited to those with little or no knowledge of clock repair.  It will demonstrate the basic skills with real clocks, movements and all the tools involved in common clock repair problems. Learn more at www.clockclasses.com

 

This one day class is a perfect introduction to the weekly clock workshop where you bring your own clocks and repair them in class under guidance. 1-hour lunch break. Bag lunch suggested.

Min 3 Max 10

FEE: IC $60/OC $65Materials Fee: $10 for Workbook. Payment directly to instructor at class.

9/2/17S9am – 4 pm
contact West Linn Parks and Rec to register

Adult Community Center

1180 Rosemont Road
West Linn, OR, 97068


 

The next clock repair class will be held at: 
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Stafford Primary School, West Linn,
19875 Southwest Stafford Road, West Linn, OR 97068

Starting September 19, 2017 for 12 weeks 

Tuesdays 7pm to 9.30pm

Reservations through West Linn Parks and Rec  Fee $70/$75
Parks and Rec have increased their fees dramatically this semester

Classes may be canceled in the event of extreme weather


Easy practice clock movements available to work on to help get you started.

ENROLL NOW

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Comprehensive Class workbook $5.00 
order a download version now

Beginner movements
It is recommended you start with a single train - time only movement [one winding hole].  I discourage cuckoo clocks, anniversary clocks, french movements, balance wheel without a pendulum movements for the first year.  Three train / chiming movements [three winding holes] need three years plus experience.  

 
For more information contract the instructor Rod Lloyd    rlloyd@clear-lake.com
Member NAWCC [National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors]

West Linn

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Student Comment

Rod
I'm enjoying reading your book.  I've already learned more in a couple days of reading than I learned the whole last term of clock class.  The previous instructor had to quit teaching so early in the term.  I was given specific directions from him, Steve, and Terry, regarding my specific time-only clock, but I did not really know why I was doing what I was doing.  So, as you can imagine, I'm pretty enthusiastic about your teaching style and hope to learn a great deal from you!
Have a nice rest of your Thursday,
L.E.

Hello, Rod:
Thank you for taking the time and trouble to keep the clock class running. I enjoyed learning from you. I look forward to seeing you in the fall.
Bruce

 

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