Happenings: Francois-Paul Journe To Host A Discussion On The History Of The Calendar At The Horological Society of New York (Featuring Our Own Jack Forster, Too)
An F.P. Journe Quantième Perpétuel development on its own.
Mr. Journe will be joined by Pierre Halimi Lacharlotte (General Manager of F.P. Journe America), Noel Poirier (Director of the National Watch & Clock Museum), Keith Lehman (Editor of NAWCC’s WatchNews), and, of course, Jack Forster (Editor-in-Chief of a specific site you may know). A choice of significant schedule pocket watches drawn from both Mr. Journe’s own assortment and the National Watch & Clock Museum will be in plain view, just as the new F.P. Journe Quantième Perpétuel with immediate jump.
As consistently, Horological Society of New York gatherings are free and open to the general population. Notwithstanding, because of the foreseen interest for this gathering free tickets will be needed to join in .
Francois-Paul Journe possesses investigated the estimation of energy for more than 33 years with an extraordinary feeling of inventiveness and development. As an autonomous contemporary expert watchmaker, he draws on his verifiable information and skill to confront the most difficult current horological challenges, considering totally new types and methods of taking care of timekeeping issues. You would prefer not to botch this chance to see him talk on the off chance that you can help it.
Monday, October 24, 2016, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Doors open at 6:00 PM and the roundtable conversation starts instantly at 7:00 PM.
HSNY at the General Society Library, 20 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036
REMINDER – Free tickets are needed to join in.
HODINKEE and F.P. Journe are patrons of the Horological Society of New York.