Where can I get a schedule of all the events?
A preliminary schedule is available now. The final will be posted about 45 days prior to the show, by June 1st.
What time should dealers arrive to setup?
Pick-up your pre-registration badge at the Museum Open House on Thursday or at the Marriott Convention Center (follow the signs) on Friday morning starting at 9:00am. Dealers with four (4) or more tables can load-in at 9:00am on Friday. Dealers with one to three tables can load-in starting at 11:00am on Friday. Badges are required. Download the preliminary schedule for table holders and dealers here.
Can non-members come to the show?
Yes! Experience the largest watch & clock show in America for just $10 on Saturday, July 15th. Registration is at the door.
- Attend lectures and workshops from 9am to 5pm
- Public entrance to the Mart is from Noon to 5:00pm
- Bring your favorite clock or watch to be evaluated by one of our “Timepiece Roadshow” experts
What’s happening at the “Museum Open House” on Thursday?
The Museum Open House will feature a number of special exhibits and demonstrations. Come for a few hours or spend the day enjoying the museum.
- Carriage Clocks From Around The World (sponsored by Chapter 195)
- Vintage Wrist Watches
- Skeleton Clocks
- Rose Engine Turning
- The Clocks of John B McLemore – Based on the “S-Town” Podcast produced by Brian Reed for This American Life
Can tickets to the Convention Banquet be purchased on-site?
The Convention Banquet is a great value and normally sells out before the show opens. It’s a great event for networking and also features a number of educational and entertaining lectures including the Keynote Lecture.
Can I join the NAWCC when the Mart first opens on Friday?
Yes! You can join the NAWCC and register for the convention on-site at the Marriott Convention Center on Friday morning starting at 9:00am. You can also become a member on-line before you arrive and pay for registration on-site on Friday – Join Here –
Still have a question?
Please email our Convention co-chair, Rich Newman, via