Montgomery Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show

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Montgomery Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show

The 48th Annual Montgomery Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show
Nov. 30 – Dec. 2, 2018

Garrett Coliseum
1555 Federal Drive
Montgomery, Alabama

Show Times:
Friday, November 30: 9 AM – 6 PM
Saturday, December 1: 10 AM – 6 PM
Sunday, December 2: 11 AM – 5 PM

$2/Adults or $3 for weekend pass
Free/18 & Under with student ID and 1 paid adult ticket.

Free Parking.

Free door prize ticket with each paid adult admission.

Dealers will have beads, crystals, geodes, rough, cabochons, gem stones,
finished jewelry, tools, supplies and mineral & fossil specimens. Club
members will display their individual collections and will give
demonstrations on gem and rock cutting, faceting and cabochon making.

$1 Wheel of Fortune.

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Montgomery Gem and Mineral Society Club Purpose:
To cooperate with educational and scientific institutions or other groups engaged in increasing the knowledge and popular interest in Geology, Mineralogy, the Lapidary Arts and related subjects.
To foster the cultural aspects of, and the comradeship engendered by the study of Geology, Mineralogy, the Lapidary Arts and related subjects.
To cooperate or affiliate with similar clubs and societies.
To provide means and make arrangements for the exhibition of collections at exposition, fairs, and other public gatherings.
All the assets, property and funds of the Society shall be devoted to the furtherance of the primary objectives and purposes of the Society. Its works, purposes and objectives are primarily educational, recreational, and social; and are solely in the interests of the advancement of its members, and of the public along scientific and educational lines.

Gem and Mineral Hall at Indiana State Museum

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The Gem and Mineral section of the Indiana State Museum is a must see for any rockhound, geologist, teacher, student, and anyone interested in the earth sciences or interested in the wonders of the state of Indiana.
What impressed me most was the variety of gem and minerals that had been discovered in Indiana. And I am even a Hoosier! I learned how calcite was found to the degree it was dubbed “Indiana calcite.” One of the most spectacular specimens is a giant calcite crystal beside which I am standing. Some of the other calcite crystals were found near Indianapolis as well.
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