Connecticut Gem and Mineral Shows

Bristol Gem & Mineral Club

Connecticut is home to many gem and mineral shows, and home to many gems and minerals. See below for some great gem and mineral shows happening this year in Connecticut!

Bristol Gem & Mineral Club
Bristol Gem & Mineral Club

10/19/2019 – 10/20/2019

Hours: 930am-5pm
Hours: 10am-4pm

Parking: Free
Admission: $5

Beals Community Center
240 Stafford Ave
Bristol, CT
06010
www.bristolgem.org
ABOUT THE CLUB
Background
The Bristol Gem and Mineral Club was organized in 1972 to foster interest in the earth and geological sciences, minerals, and the lapidary arts. The club holds regularly scheduled meetings where educational events are presented for the advancement and knowledge of the membership in these fields.

Members include mineral collectors, jewelry makers, gem cutters and faceters, and nature enthusiasts. Anyone interested in rocks, gems, and minerals is welcome to join. (Links to application form.)

The club is a 501c3 non-profit organization, and maintains financial independence to be able to establish a continuing and adequate meeting place, cooperate with similar organizations, and support the expenses incurred. The club encourages the spread of the hobby with the general public, schools, and other organized groups. The club is insured and a member of the Eastern Federation of Mineralogical Lapidary Societies, Inc.

CT Gem and Mineral Shows
CT Gem and Mineral Shows

Connecticut Gem and Mineral Show
Connecticut Gem and Mineral Show

11/02/2019 – 11/03/2019

Hours: 930am-5pm
Hours: 10am-430pm

Parking: Free
Admission: $6

Eastern Greenwich Civic Center
90 Harding Road
Old Greenwich, CT
06870
www.stamfordmineralsociety.org
About the Stamford Mineralogical Society

The SMS was founded in 1954 as an educational organization by people interested in the earth sciences, including mineralogy, geology, paleontology as well as the lapidary arts. The society is operated by amateurs interested in these fields. Our meetings, which usually feature guest speakers, are open to the public. We also have periodic field trips to collect mineral specimens, and we sponsor a yearly show that features mineral dealers from across the northeastern U.S.

Website: stamfordmineralsociety.org
Meetings: 7:30 PM, usually on the second or third Tuesday of the month, see website for calendar and program. We meet at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center, 90 Harding Rd, Old Greenwich CT


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New York Mineralogical Club Summer Mineral Show!

New York Mineralogical Club Mineral Show
New York Mineralogical Club Mineral Show
New York Mineralogical Club Mineral Show

The New York City SUMMER GEM & MINERAL SHOW is almost here! The mineral show will be at our usual location: The Watson Hotel (formerly Holiday Inn) at 440 W. 57 St. in Manhattan, on Saturday, June 22, and Sunday, June 23. Many of your favorite retail and wholesale dealers will be at the mineral show, offering gems, minerals, fossils, crystals, jewelry, meteorites and more!

The attached JPG discount ticket entitles you and a companion to a discounted admission of just $5 per person, and accompanied kids under 12 are admitted free. Print out the ticket, or just show it at the mineral show door on your smart phone or tablet to receive the discount. Check out the New York Mineralogical Club’s website for details (http://newyorkmineralogicalclub.org/calendar). Bring a friend….

See you there!
Please forward to anyone interested!

The New York Mineralogical Club is one of the oldest organizations in the nation devoted to the study and appreciation of gems and minerals. Since its founding by George F. Kunz (as in the gemstone “kunzite”) and others in 1886, it has grown to include nearly 250 diverse members ranging from beginning collectors to professional geologists, mineralogists and mining engineers. The New York Mineralogical Club celebrated its 130th anniversary in 2016.
-Mission Statement
Founded in 1886 for the purpose of increasing interest in the science of mineralogy through the collecting, describing and displaying of minerals and associated gemstones.

-Meetings
We regularly meet from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every month (excluding August) at the Watson Hotel (formerly Holiday Inn Midtown Manhattan) at 440 West 57th Street, between Ninth and Tenth Avenues. We also have specialized study groups and satellite meetings from time to time. The public and any guests may attend meetings free of charge. Come to any meeting, meet the members, attend a lecture, view a slide show, get your questions answered about minerals, gems and collecting. Bring your family and a friend. Or simply send us a membership application that you can download and print or join using PayPal and receive membership for a full year. Check out our calendar for upcoming events.

The hotel has on-site parking. Subway lines at Columbus Circle/59th Street and crosstown buses with stops on 57th Street are convenient and nearby.


If you would like more info on local Mineral shows and rockhound clubs click on the American Geode News page for up to date listings and links to Gem Show, Mineral Show, and Fossil Show announcements. American Geode updates our rockhound news twice an hour and showcase the top mineral shows and rockhound news in the USA and the World. Also, follow American Geode on Twitter for even more rockhound events, commentary, and laughable quips from American Geode. https://twitter.com/AmericanGeode

Hawaii Gem, Rock, Mineral Show is June 1-2

Hawaii Mineral Show

Mineral Show in Hawaii
Is there a Mineral Show in Hawaii?
Is a question you may have asked in your search. The short answer is: Yes!

Hawaii Mineral Show
Hawaii Mineral Show

Next Hawaii Gem and Mineral Show June 1 & 2, 2019.
June 1: 10 am to 8 PM
June 2: 10 am to 5 PM

Come and join us for a unique Gem and Mineral Show in Honolulu with minerals, mineral jewelry and gemstones for sale to the public. FREE Admission!

Ohana Hale Marketplace
(where Sports Authority used to be)
333 Ward Ave #3
Honolulu, HI 96814

Here are some examples of gems and minerals you may find: (there are too many to list them all) Alexandrite, Amethyst, Agate, Aquamarine, and Jasper, Diamond, Fossils, Garnet, Iolite, Jadeite Jade and Nephrite Jade, Meteorite, Opal, Pearls, Peridot, Quartz Crystals, Ruby, Sapphire, Shark teeth, Tanzanite, Topaz, Tourmaline, Tsavorite Garnet, Turquoise, Zirkon and many more. Come and see our great array of beautiful minerals and gem stones from over 20 vendors.

All vendors are members of the Hawaii Rock and Mineral Society and this show is organized by and for its members.

Other planned events during our show: Gem Identification by local experts. Gem and mineral displays. Rare display of Hawaiian Minerals: Quartz, Calcite, Opal, and Agate found here in our islands.

Plenty of free parking all around the building and in the covered parking structure of the former Ward Warehouse makai of Starbucks, a short walk away.

If you would like more info on local Mineral shows and rockhound clubs click on the American Geode News page for up to date listings and links to Gem Show, Mineral Show, and Fossil Show announcements. American Geode updates our rockhound news twice an hour and showcase the top mineral shows and rockhound news in the USA and the World. Also, follow American Geode on Twitter for even more rockhound events, commentary, and laughable quips from American Geode. https://twitter.com/AmericanGeode

Pennsylvania and New York Mineral Shows

New York Mineral Shows

Upcoming Pennsylvania and New York Mineral Shows –

May 4th & 5th the 16th annual TREASURES OF THE EARTH Rock and Mineral Show – St Joe’s Oblates 1880 Rt 315 in Pittston PA 18640. Admission: Adults $3.00 Under 12 Free, Military and Scouts in uniform Free. Contacts George Walko (570) 200-5987 or Linda Bosak (570) 254-9879.

May 18th The Rock & Mineral Club of Lower Bucks County, PA. Christ United Methodist Church, 501 Wistar Road, Fairless Hills, PA; 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM; Rocks, Minerals, Fossils, Lapidary Arts, Jewelry & All Things Related to the Earth Sciences; Admission: $2.00 Donation, Children 12 & Under Free; Dealers: 6′ Table $20 – 1/2 Table $10, Registration Required; Send Check to: Brian Schwab, 539 Sycamore Ave., Croydon, PA 19021, Payable to RMCLBC. For Additional Information call: 215-788-3993 and Leave Message for Brian to return the call.

June 1 Pennsylvania Earth Science Association (PESA); Macungie Memorial Park, 70 Poplar St. Macungie PA; Sat. 8:30am-3pm; admission $2 for adults, free for children; the Spring Mineralfest features gems, fossils, lapidary and minerals offered by more than 50 dealers situated indoor and outdoors; along with free gold panning and door prizes.

June 1 and Sunday June 2, Orange County Mineral Society ANNUAL MINERAL * JEWELRY GEM * FOSSIL SHOW 10 am to 4 pm – Rain or Shine. Museum Village * 1010 Route 17M * Monroe, NY 10950 Special Admission For Show and Museum Adults – $5.00 Seniors – $3.00 Scouts in Uniform & Kids Under 12 Free

June 15-16 Lancaster County Fossil and Mineral Club; Solanco Fairgrounds, Hoffman Building, 172 South Lime Street QUARRYVILLE, PA ; Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-4; $3; seeking vendors of fossils, minerals, jewelry, and Native American artifacts ; contact Eric Miller; Email: admin@millersmineralmine.com.

Please forward to anyone interested.


If you would like more info on local Mineral shows and rockhound clubs click on the American Geode News page for up to date listings and links to Gem Show, Mineral Show, and Fossil Show announcements. American Geode updates our rockhound news twice an hour and showcase the top mineral shows and rockhound news in the USA and the World. Also, follow American Geode on Twitter for even more rockhound events, commentary, and laughable quips from American Geode. https://twitter.com/AmericanGeode

Huge Gem, Amethyst, Rock, Fossil Sale in Houston May 31, June 1

Rock Shows

Huge Gem Amethyst Rock Fossil Sale Houston May 31 June 1 (9am – 5pm) – (Houston, TX)

Fossil Sale
Fossil Sale

Sale date and times:
Friday May 31 – 9am – 5pm
Saturday June 1 – 9am – 5pm

Admission = Free
Parking = Free

Free Fossilized Coral $8 value for the first 1000 visitors / limit 1
Meteorites $10 each/ limit 5
Free rock collecting bag with purchase / while supplies last
Larimar cabs $5 each / limit 5
Beautiful Amethyst Cathedrals (5” to 5’) up to 65% off – Request pictures as inventory too large for whole sale
1000 rocks and fossils for only $5 each.
Specials

Forms of payment: Cash Preferred Cash Preferred (Bring ATM receipt of that day get free rock(s) with purchase.)

Want invitation to future events: Send email with city to rocktrading@aol.com

Address Directions below:
Homewood Suites by Hilton Houston NW at Beltway 8
8950 Fallbrook Drive, Houston, Texas, 77064
Hotel: 832-648-4700

Directions:
From Downtown Houston: Take I-10 W, US-290 W and Sam Houston Tollway N to TX-8 Beltway N. Take exit Fallbrook Dr. Hotel is on the NW corner of Fallbrook Dr. and Beltway 8

(Walk through hotel front door. Walk directly to the Show Room)

Gems and Cabs
Minerals – literally 1000(s) of exquisite minerals from around the world
Fossils – Beautiful specimens from around the world

Gems, Minerals, Fossils, and Lapidary rough (Too many to list, but here are a few.)

Thick Agate slabs, Book ends, Amethyst, Amethyst Geode Cathedral, Ammonites, Actinolite, Agate Geode, Anglesite on Galena, Apatite in Orange Calcite, Aquamarine, Aragonite, Arsenopyrite, Aventurine, Azurite, Azurite Ball, Azurite on Malachite, Baby Tabasco Geodes, Banded Calcite, Barite, Barite with limonite, Biotite Mica, Black Tourmaline, Botryoidal Goethite, Botryoidal Hematite, Brazilian Amethyst/ Quartz/ Calcite, Brazilian Minerals, Brochantite (Green), Bumble Bee Jasper, Calcite, Calico Pyrite, Chalcopyrite, Chrysocolla, Cinnabar on Dolomite, Clam Shell Fossil, Cobaltoan Calcite, Copper, Dog tooth Calcite, Dolomite, Druzy Quartz, Erythrite, Faceted emeralds, Fire Agates, Fire Opal In, Matrix Eggs, Fluorite, Fluorite Sphere, Fossils, Fossilized Coral, Fuchsite, Galena, Garnet, Gemmy Green Epidote, Geodes, Gold sheen Obsidian, Green Apophyllite, Green Zebra Serpentine, Healerite, Hemimorphite, Indian minerals, Kayanite, Larimar Cabs, Laumontite on Green Quartz, lava, lepidolite, Lunar Moon sphere, Malachite, Malachite azurite specimens, Malachite Crystalline, Meteorites, Mexican Geodes, Missouri Druzzy Quartz, Native Copper, Natural Turquoise Rough Rock, Obsidian, Onyx, Opal, Optical Calcite, Orange and blue calcite, Orange Quartz, Orpiment, Palm Wood, Petrified Wood, Plumbogummite, Pyrite, Pyrite “Sun”, Pyrite with Quartz, Pyrophyllite, Quartz, Quartz Sphere, Quartz/ Amethyst, Rhyolite Utah/ Nevada, Romanèchite, Rose Quartz, Roselite (magnesian) with Dolomite, Rutilated Quartz, Satin Spar, Selenite, Sharks Tooth, Sharks Tooth in matrix, Silicon Carbide, Slabs, Smithsonite specimens, Smoky Quartz Clusters, Sodalite, Spheres, Stibnite, Stilbite, Strawberry Quartz, Tiger Eye, Tourmaline, Trancas Hollow Geodes, Trilobite, Turquoise, Vanadinite, Wulfenite, Zebra Agate, lapis lazuli, larimar cabs and silver jewelry, pyrite suns, stone pyramids, veracruz amethyst, double terminated aura quartz, mixed stone pendulums, pietersite, large faceted sapphire pieces, septarian nodule geode eggs, spheres and much much more!

Please forward to anyone interested.


If you would like more info on local Mineral shows and rockhound clubs click on the American Geode News page for up to date listings and links to Gem Show, Mineral Show, and Fossil Show announcements. American Geode updates our rockhound news twice an hour and showcase the top mineral shows and rockhound news in the USA and the World. Also, follow American Geode on Twitter for even more rockhound events, commentary, and laughable quips from American Geode. https://twitter.com/AmericanGeode