Saturday, January 19, 2013 2:00 Until 6:00 pm Monthly Meet'n'Greet held every third Saturday of the month. Come hang out, meet or catch up with local steampunks. No charge but we encourage you to buy food and drink from the very nice proprietors there will be things raffled off at this meeting, so hope to get many members out to this event The Baltimore House 43 King William Street (between Hughson and John Streets)
Saturday, January 12, 2013 3:00pm until 6:00 pm Come out and join the Clockwork Hammer for a nice cup of tea and some chatting, enjoy the company of some old and make new friends. try some new and different teas and coffees. we are going to try to have this event once a month There be no tea dueling at this event This event is also accessible by public transit.
erland lee home -552 Ridge road, Stoney Creek, ontario
the Clockwork Hammer has been asked to attend, this event in steampunk attire, anyone from the group may attend. come for apple cider, friendship, tour the house and caroling. we hope to get alot of members out to this event
The Erland Lee (Museum) Home National Historic Site of Canada is set in a rural landscape in the town of Stoney Creek, Ontario. It is an ornamented Gothic Revival style farmhouse in which the constitution of the highly successful Women’s Institute was written. One-and-a-half-storeys high, with board and batten siding and distinctive gingerbread trim, the home is situated amongst lawns and gardens. Official recognition refers to the building on its legal lot.
The Erland Lee (Museum) Home was designated a national historic site of Canada in 2002 because: - it is the site of the drafting of the constitution of the first Women’s Institute and the home of the organizations’ co-founders and leaders, Janet and Erland Lee; - it is widely recognized and valued as the birthplace of an important national and international movement for rural and farm women; - it is a well-preserved and interpreted home that speaks to the legacy of the Stoney Creek Women’s Institute.
Celebrate Christmas like it used to be... Enjoy Westfield by candlelight and feel the warmth of the season through music, food samples, fireworks and a visit from Father Christmas. Christmas shopping is available at the Gift Shop and the restaurant features light meals and refreshments. Adults: $11, Seniors/Disabled: $10, Children: $6.50. Children 5 and under are free. Parking is free. if you can attend in steampunk attire, that would be great, to add to the season and the look Westfield Heritage Village
This Month the Meet and Greet is on November 17, 2012 at the Baltimore House.
Come and meet new friends you haven't met yet. Visit with old friends or just drop in and say HI.
We will have members there from 2:00 to 6:00
Monthly Meet'n'Greet held every third Saturday of the month. Come hang out, meet or catch up with local steampunks. No charge but we encourage you to buy food and drink from the very nice proprietors there will be things raffled off at this meeting, so hope to get many members out to this event Saturday December 15, 2012 2:00 to 6:00 Baltimore House 43 King William Street, Hamilton, On.
Unfortunately our last PILLAGE THE VILLAGE had to be cancelled as many had conflicting events, and unfortunate things like work. We hope to reschedule with OUT OF THE PAST for another day. This month we will be heading to:
Historic Merchants Christmas Gathering at the Royal Botanical Gardens
come out for out next shopping event for november, join many other members of the clockwork hammer at this event, at a local shop to follow. "we have been informed that if you show up in steampunk or victorian or 1812 attire" you will get free admission on that date to the show, and the RBG Imagine yourself transported back in time to the early 19th century, when the local Christmas Market was one of the social and shopping highlights of the year. Wander the aisles filled with top quality merchandise -- al
l of which dates from between the years 1700 and 1919. Stop and chat at one of the colourful stalls, staffed by a merchant dressed in period clothing. Listen to the cheerful calls of the vendors who hawk their merchandise in period style. Feel the excitement and charm of Christmas in Upper Canada some 200 years ago. There's nothing like it! Whether you're looking for a treasure, a bargain, or a gift for that impossible to buy for person on your list, you won't go wrong at the Historic Merchants' Christmas Gathering!
here is the website if you would like to take a look
A great event even though a few of us had to bow out. There was even cake. Some lovely pics are up on the facebook site. I only stole one to show who was there. Jen was also there but was taking a break.
Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology Join us in celebrating the birthday of Thomas C. Keefer, builder of the 1859 Hamilton Waterworks and a founder of Canada's engineering profession. This year we will be unveiling a copy of a portrait of Mr. Keefer that was painted by the famous Canadian artist, George Fosbery. Date: Sunday, November 4, 2012 Time: 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Ages: All Cost: Free event and museum admission
Ottawa Street Festival
Saturday September 29 at 10:00 with Jennifer Bain
Come see the Clockwork Hammer at the Ottawa Street Festival, meet some of the group, talk, get information on the events we are running, see some of the outfits, hats and headgear we wear. we will be in front of the hat shop "Hats Wear It's At" near Cannon Street. hope to see you all there. Hats Wear Its At
185 Ottawa Street N. Hamilton Ontario
We will be "Pillaging the Village" otherwise known as hardcore shopping. Exploring all the wonderful details that special stores have to offer.
Pillage the Village is our fun way of getting together to shop at our local thrift stores. Get tips on how to modify or restore the junk you would have bought anyway, help each other find good steampunk wear, share stories of How You Found That Perfect Thing, and more importantly, create more of such stories!!
This time we will be heading to :
Please note the date has been changed for the Pillage the Village event.
Now October 27 from 1:00 to 3:00
all other details remain the same.
Out of the Past.
October 13th from 1:00 to 3:00
185 King Street East, Hamilton, On
I would like to let everyone know that I have opened a page for people to post there artwork, creations, things you would like to sell, and info of where you will be appearing or at. please feel free to post on it.
i would like to let everyone know, that this is the new logo for the clockwork hammer steampunk society, it will appear on all of our letterhead, flyers, business cards, etc....
this logo was created by a young gentleman from our group, his name is Julian Miller, he is 15 years old and from dunnville, ontario. he has only been doing graphic design for 2 years, but as you can see. he is great. i hope that you say hi to julian when you see him at an event, and tell him how much you like his work
Some of us are forming a new group called the Clockwork Hammer. We aim to have a monthly Meet'n'Greet at various locations throughout Hamilton, so as many people as possible can meet new friends, and some other event besides, such as movie nights for upcoming films relevant to our interests, photo-ops at the wonderful heritage sites around our fair city, and events where we can Pillage the Village and hone our DIY skills such as drawing, sewing, and other such crafts.