Nfld. & Labrador

Tick tock! Any idea where to put this Memorial Stadium clock?

The owner of the Memorial Stadium clock hopes it can be put back on public display.

Sizable souvenir snapped up at arena’s closing auction

Memorial Stadium souvenir seeking new home

4 months ago
Duration 2:27
Denise Koster is looking to rehome the clock she bought from Memorial Stadium’s closing auction so more people can see it and remember the good times they had at the stadium.

When Memorial Stadium was open, its clock had a second-storey seat next to the Queen. 

Denise Koster said it was the clock everyone checked the time on during public skates and concerts — a significant part of life at the St. John's stadium. 

She bought the four-foot-tall, light-up analog timepiece at the arena's closing auction in 2001 for $45. 

Now that Koster is downsizing, she hopes it can have a place in public once again. 

Check out where she would like her clock to wind up in the video above. 

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