Payson Rimstones Gem & Mineral Show

Payson Rimstones Annual Gem & Mineral Show

Rimstones Mineral Show Poster 2019

The Payson Rimstones Rock Club from Payson AZ, will be
having their 22th Annual Gem & Mineral Show September 20th
through 22nd at the Mazatzal Hotel & Casino Event Center, on HWY
87 at mile marker 251, Payson AZ on the Tonto Apache Reservation.
Admission is $3.00 for adults, Children under 12 are free. Friday
hours are 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday hours are: 9 am to 5 pm, Sunday
hours are: 10 am to 4 pm. Gems, minerals, fossils, lapidary
equipment, jewelry and jewelry findings, slabs or rough material plus
gold prospecting equipment and displays will be available from our
vendors. The club sponsors an education center for the children and
adults with a geologist to answer questions, a Spinning Wheel (where
everyone wins a rock!), a magnificent fluorescent mineral display,
with beading, a Treasure Hunt for a rock collection, and
sandstone/rock painting as well. A silent auction area for those
persons interested in obtaining beautiful minerals and rocks is
available too! All our proceeds go toward supporting scholarships for
graduating Payson High School students and students who are
residents of Northern Gila County attending a college of their choice,
as well as books and educational materials for the local elementary
schools and public libraries. The Payson Rimstones Rock Club, INC
is a 501 c (3) non-profit gem & mineral club setting aside funding for
the higher and/or better education of our local students.
If anyone has any questions they can call Becky Bagshaw at 928-476-3419.

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