There is no May meeting in Portland, but several members will be travelling up to Tacoma for the Pacific Northwest NAWCC Regional. Their web site is and contains the program schedule and registration form. In summary:

Thurs-Sat. May 17-19 at the Hotel Murano, 1320 Broadway Plaza, Tacoma, WA.  Looks like a very interesting program, with our own Bob Holstrom presenting on his foliot clock research, and Steve Nelson on Satori and his Pendulums, and the always fascinating and entertaining Tom Van Baak gives the keynote address on Thursday night on "The Atomic Clock"

Should be a fine Regional. If you are put off by the long drive up to Seattle, consider taking Amtrak; the Tacoma Dome station is just a mile from the Murano. I think I'll be doing that. There are several trains a day to and from Portland.

See you there!
Jeff Eastwood"



Chapter 31 was granted a charter from the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC), Inc. on May 8, 1959. It is comprised of members mostly residing in the metropolitan area of Portland, Oregon and SW Washington from all walks of life; from blue collar to white collar, and both men and women.

Members of the chapter are bonded together by the love of timekeeping, and associated interest. 

Some Members:

  • Collect Clocks and or Watches
  • Repair Clocks and or Watches as a Hobby
  • Repair and or restore their Collection
  • Repair Clocks and or Watches for a Living or Extra Income                                                           

Chapter 31 supports

  • Education
  • Monthly Newsletter
  • Networking
  • Fellowship

Come join us in our timeless, lifelong journey!

Are you interested in becoming a Member of Chapter 31? We cordially invite you to join the Pacific Northwest Chapter 31. Dues are just $15 per year.   OR, come to a few meetings and see how you like it.

Click here for the Chapter 31 Membership Application.   It's TIME