Local Clock & Watch Clubs


Chapter 20

The Twin Cities Metro is home to the OT Lang chapter of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors. OT Lang meets on the 3rd Saturday of odd-numbered months at various restaurants around the Twin Cities.

Meetings consist of a meal, a mart, and a presentation on a topic related to horology. Cost for the meal is approximately $25.


Minnesota Horological Society

The Minnesota Horological Society, formerly the Minnesota Clockmaker’s Guild/AWCI is a group pursuing building and repair of clocks. Topics include tools and techniques, and are often hands-on. The MHS meets the first Thursday of every month at various locations around the Twin Cities.


RedBar MSP

Redbar is a world-wide group of watch enthusiasts, focusing on modern watches. Redbar MSP is the local chapter.

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Midwest Watch and Clockmakers Association

Our Mission

We are the regional affiliate of the National Professional organization for Clockmakers and Watchmakers establishing standards for education and testing for National Certification.  Our goal is to establish and maintain the necessary high standards for quality, systematic procedures, and use of the proper technology to ensure excellent outcomes for each watch or clock service.


James Fiorentino Clock Museum

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