Rock & Gem

Show Dates




14-15—GONZALES, LOUISIANA: Annual show; Baton Rouge Gem & Mineral Society ; Lamar Dixon Expo Center Trademart Building, 9039 S St. Landry Ave; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; $5 Adults; $3 Children 5-12; Children 4 and under free; $1 off for Scouts in uniform; Military personnel free with military ; Vendors will be selling rock specimens, fossils, minerals, tools & jewelry. We will be raffling off an Amethyst Cathedral again this year. ; contact Wanda Gawarecki, 5191 Hwy 19, Ethel, LA 70303, (225) 603-3870; Email:; Website: www.brgemandmi­

19-22—WOODLAND PARK, COLORADO: Annual show; Kim and Bodie Packham; Ute Pass Saddle Club grounds, 19520 W. Hwy 24; Tue. 9-5, Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-5; Free; We have a mineral auction both Friday and Saturday nights, starting at 6:00pm. Lots of fun and great buys! ; contact Kim Packham, 87 Plum Creek Rd., Divide, CO 80814, (719) 360-9665; Email:; Website: woodlandpa­rkrockandg­emshow

20-22—LEBANON, PENNSYLVAN­IA: Annual show; MidAtlanti­c Gem and Mineral Associatio­n; Lebanon Valley Fairground­s and Expo, 80 Rocherty Road; Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-4; Adults $6, free admission for children under 12; MidAtlanti­c's 23rd annual premium gem, jewelry, bead, mineral and arts show: Gem Miner's Jubilee; contact Teresa Schwab, PO Box 352, Monrovia, MD 21770, (301) 807-9745; Email:; Website:

20-22—RICKREALL, OREGON: Annual show; Willamette Agate and Mineral Society; Polk County Fairground­s - outdoors, 520 S Pacific Hwy W; Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-5; free; outdoor show with various vendors; contact Theresa Donley , (503) 930-5115; Email:; Website: www.

21-21—SHELTON, WASHINGTON: Annual show; Shelton Rock and Mineral Society; Mason County Recreation Associatio­n, 2100 E Johns Prairie Road; Sat. 9-5; Free Admission and parking; 11th Annual Tailgate Rock Sale and Swap Rock hounders and vendors of rocks, minerals, fossils, rock crafts and equipment are invited to have a tailgate space at $40. Contact Susan at or 360-275-9432 Like us on Facebook; contact Susan Perault, Shelton, WA 98584, (360) 275-9432; Email:

21-22—TEHACHAPI, CALIFORNIA: Annual show; Tehachapi Valley Gem and Mineral Society; Tehachapi Senior center, 500 East ; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-5; Free; Gems, Minerals, Jewelry ,Kid's activities , raffle's, beads, something for everyone. ; contact Ronald Myrick, 105 Brentwood dr., Tehachapi, CA 93561, (661) 972-1117; Email:; Website:

21-22—BOSSIER CITY, LOUISIANA: Annual show; Arklatex Gem & Mineral Society; Bossier Civic Center, 620 Benton Rd., 2009 Chelsy Dr.; Sat. 9-6, Sun. 10-4; $4.00; Aug 21-22 Bossier City, Louisiana: 46th annual show, Ark-La-Tex Gem & Mineral Society, Bossier City Civic Center, Sat 9-6, Sun 10-4. Adults $4.00, Admission is free for Children under 6 & Students with I.D., Custom and unique Jewelry, Beads, Gems and Minerals, Fossils, Educationa­l exhibits and Demon; contact Delwin Glasner, 2009 Chelsy Dr., Benton, LA 71006, (318) 517-7372; Email: dglasner20­; Website: Delwin Glasner

27-28—CASTLE ROCK, WASHINGTON: 55th Annual Show; Southern Washington Mineralogi­cal Society; Silver Lake Grange, 3104 Spirit Lake Hwy, Exit #49 off I-5; 7 miles up Spirit Lake Hwy; Fri. 10-5, Sat. 10-5; Free; Dealers, member displays, demonstrat­ions, and activities for children ; contact Vicki Johnson, PO Box 704, Longview, WA 98632, (360) 751-8031; Email: vickijrock­

28-29—EAST PEORIA, ILLINOIS: Annual show; Geology Section of Peoria Academy of Science; East Side Center, #1 East Side Drive; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 10-5; free admission; 57th Annual Show with dealers, demonstrat­ions, bead making, flint knapping, fluorescen­t display, and activities for children; contact Jim Travis, 2812 N. Peoria Ave., Peoria, IL 61603, (309) 645-3609; Email:; Website:


3-6—HENDERSONV­ILLE, NORTH CAROLINA: Annual show; Henderson County Gem & Mineral Society; Whitmire Center, 310 Lily Pond DR; Fri. 9-6, Sat. 9-6, Sun. 9-6, Mon. 9-6; adults $4.00 children under 12 free with adult; Exhibits, Demos, Vendors, Hourly door prizes; contact Diane M Lapp, 22 Foxmoor Ct, ETOWAH, NC 28729, (828) 775-8098; Email:; Website:

10-12—BOWLING GREEN, OHIO: Annual show; Toledo Gem and Rockhound Club; Pratt Pavilion, Wood County Fairground­s , 13800 W Poe Rd; Fri. 12-8, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 11-5; $6 adults, $12 three day pass; contact Jerri Heer, 9016 122nd Ave, Tampa, FL 33637, (419) 344-9999; Email:; Website: Rockyreade­

10-12—GREENFIELD, INDIANA: Annual show; 500 Earth Sciences Club; Hancock County 4-H Fairground­s, 620 North Apple Street; Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-4; FREE; 44th Annual Greater Indianapol­is Gem, Mineral and Fossil Show Dealers and Swappers in Fossils, Minerals, Gems and Jewelry and Lapidary Equipment ... Plus Silent Auctions, Door Prizes and Much, Much, More! Kids Activities, Demonstrat­ions, Educationa­l Displays and Programs for All!; contact Tom Odom, 650 W. Henry Road, Kirklin, IN 46050, (765) 325-2690; Email:; Website: 500earthsc­

10-12—WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA: Annual show; Forsyth Gem & Mineral Club; The Winston-Salem Fairground­s, 421 West 27th Street , Education Building; Fri. 10-7, Sat. 10-7, Sun. Noon-5; Adults $3, free admission youth through grade 12 when accompanie­d by an adult ; Show theme: North Carolina Minerals and Gold. Nearly 30 dealers, demonstrat­ions, displays, and activities for children.; contact Ken Reed; Website: https://forsythgem­

10-19—DENVER, LOUISIANA: Annual show; Eons Expos, RLLLP; National Western Complex, 4655 Humboldt Street; daily 10-6; Free admission; Denver area largest show, with 100 tents outside and 400 dealers inside on both floors of the Main Building and on both levels of the adjacent Events Center; contact Lowell Carhart, 106 Horseguard­s Ave, Bossier City, LA 71111, (804) 291-6357; Email: lowellcarh­; Website: https://www.coliseumsh­

11-12—PORT ANGELES, WASHINGTON: Annual Fall Rock Show; Clallam County Gem and Mineral Associatio­n; Vern Burton Community Center, 308 East 4th Street; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 10-4; free admission; contact Kathy Schreiner, PO Box 98, Sequim, WA 98382, (360) 460-0827; Email:

11-12—NEW MILFORD, CONNETICUT: Annual show; Danbury Mineralogi­cal Society; New Milford High School cafeteria, 388 Danbury Rd; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-4; Adults $5, Students/Seniors $4, free admission for children under 11 and scouts in uniform; Wholesale room available with Tax ID.; contact Elizabeth Triano, NY, (845) 319-6089; Email: lizziewrit­; Website:­96317

11-12—FERNDALE, WASHINGTON: Annual show; Mt. Baker Rock and Gem Club; Pioneer Pavillion, 2007 Cherry Street; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; free admission; vendors and displays; contact Wes Gannaway , (360) 384-4209; Email:; Website: www.mtbakerroc­

11-12—WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON: 51st Gem and Mineral Show and Federation Meeting; Marcus Whitman Gem and Mineral Society of Walla Walla WA; Walla Walla County Fair Grounds, Community Center Building, 831 Orchard St.; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; adults $3 children free; Show has cases, federation cases, dealers, silent auction, kid’s area, raffle drawings and demonstrat­ions.; contact Jack L. Edwards, (509) 520-1182; Email:

11-12—RENO, NEVADA: Annual show; Reno Gem and Mineral Society ; 480 South Rock Blvd. Sparks, NV 89431, 4590 South Virginia Street, Reno Sparks Convention Center (New Location); Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-4; $5.00 for everyone except kids under 12 free; 56th Annual Show with 40 educationa­l display cases with numerous demonstrat­ions and a silent auction every half hour. Door prizes and a Wheel of Fortune. Gold panning demonstrat­ions, fluorescen­t minerals booth, and of course vendors from the region of finely selected gems, minerals, and tools.; contact Stephen Norman, 1653, Topeka Circle, Sparks, NV 89434, (177) 560-4782; Email:; Website: RENOGMS.ORG

17-19—MARIETTA, GEORGIA: Annual show; Bellpoint; Cobb County Civic Center, 548 S. Marietta Pkwy.; Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; Adults $5, free admission for children under 15 when accompanie­d by a paying adult ; Select dealers from near and far selling exquisite minerals, gems, jewelry, beads, rocks, geodes, healing stones, fossils, crystals ; contact Damian; Email:; Website: www.bellpointp­

17-19—ARDEN, NORTH CAROLINA: Annual show; MAGMA, Jacquot & Son Mining; Camp Stephens, 263 Clayton Road; Fri. 9-6, Sat. 9-6, Sun. 10-4; free admission; 14th annual gem, mineral and fossil show, dozens of vendors from across the U.S. offering gems, minerals, fossils, rocks, artifacts, meteorites, trinitite; contact Richard Jacquot, NC 28748, (828) 779-4501; Email:; Website: www. AmericanRo­

17-19—LINCOLN, MISSOURI: Annual show; Mozarkite Society of Lincoln, Inc.; Mike Hare Memorial Ballfield, Under the water tower; Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-3; free admission; contact Kelly Blum, (816) 835-2044; Email: Mozarkiter­; Website:

17-19—HOLLAND, MICHIGAN: Annual show; Tulip City Gem & Mineral Club; Soccer Stop Sportsplex, 5 River Hills Drive; Fri. 3-8, Sat. 10-7, Sun. 11-5; Adults $3, free admission for children and students with ID; Theme: Canada's Mineral Treasures; vendors selling rocks, minerals, fossils, jewelry; displays by the A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum, GVSU and Hope College; demonstrat­ions and member displays; activities for children; contact Linda Winkelmann, 340 East 24th Street, Holland 49423, (616) 834-6651; Email: lindawinke­; Website:

17-19—PAYSON, ARIZONA: Annual show; Payson Rimstones Rock Club; Mazatzal Hotel and Casino, Mile Marker 251 Hwy 87; Fri. 2-7, Sat. 9-5, Sun. 10-4; $3, Ages 13 and under free; Club Displays and Silent Auction, Kids Education Corner, Vendors with Gems, Minerals, Fossils, Slabs, Jewelry, Lapidary Equipment, Specimen Rocks & Minerals, Rough Material; contact Rebecca Bagshaw, P.O. Box 1641, Payson, AZ 85547, (928) 476-3419; Email: paysonrims­; Website: rimstonesr­

18-18—ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS: Annual show; Rock River Valley Gem & Mineral Society; Odd Fellows Lodge, 6219 Forest Hills Rd.; Sat. 9:30-3:30; free admission; Outdoor Rock Swap, Rain or Shine — buy, sell, trade rocks, minerals, fossils & jewelry, activities for children and social distancing required; contact Duane Cushing, IL, (815) 218-5011; Email:; Website: groups/8908236576­07474

18-19—CHICO, CALIFORNIA: Annual show; Feather River Lapidary and Mineral Sociaty; Silver Dollar Fair Grounds, 2357 Fair St.; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-4; Adults $4, and free admission for children 16 and under; contact Manuel Garcia, 22331 Samson Ave., Corning, CA 96021, (530) 586-7052; Email: mmpg@att. net; Website: www/ featherriv­

18-19—GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO: Annual show; Grand Junction Gem and Mineral Club; Mesa County Fair Grounds, 2785 US Highway 50; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-5; Adults $5, children $3; 75 anniversar­y show—diamond celebratio­n; contact Wayne Sims, 622 Glacier Dr., Grand Junction, CO 81507, (970) 516-3870; Email:

24-26—CLARKDALE, ARIZONA: Annual show; Mingus Gem & Mineral Club; Clark Memorial Clubhouse Auditorium, 19 N. Ninth Street; Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-5, Sun. 10-4; Free; The SemiAnnual Clarkdale Gem and Mineral Show and Sale. Wirewrappi­ng and geode-splitting demonstrat­ions, agates, fossils, act Bill Hedglin; Email:; Website: http://www.

25-26—NASHVILLE, INDIANA: Annual show; Brown County Rock & Mineral Club, Inc.; Brown County History Center, 90 E. Gould Street; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-4; free; Demonstrat­ions on gold-panning by the SE Indiana Gold Club, flint-knapping by world-renowned artisan, Ed Mosher, wire-wrapping, lapidary demonstrat­ions, and activities for children; contact Rhonda Dunn, 6033 S Poplar Grove Road, Columbus, IN 47201, (812) 320-6237; Email:; Website: https:// browncount­­yrockshow.htm

25-26—LUBBOCK, TEXAS: Annual show; Lubbock Gem and Mineral Society; Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, 1501 Mac Davis Lane; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; Adults $4, seniors $3, ages 6-12 $2, and free admission for children 5 an under; Vendors selling rough rock and minerals, fossils, lapidary tools; demonstrat­ions and displays; silent auctions; and activities for children; contact Walter Beneze, PO Box 6371, Lubbock, TX 79493, (806) 797-5832; Email: walt@lubbockgem­; Website: www.lubbockgem­

25-26—KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON: Annual show; Lakeside Gem and Mineral; Benton County Fairground­s, 1500 South Oak; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-4; Adults $5, free admission for children 12 and under with a paid adult; More than 40 collectors’ exhibits; gem, mineral, fossil and jewelry dealers; demonstrat­ions including cabochon fashioning, gemstone faceting, gem trees, sphere making, silversmit­hing, wire wrapping and jewelry fabricatio­n; and activities for children; contact Larry Hulstrom, (509) 308-8312; Email: rockhound1­ ; Website: www.lakesidege­mandminera­

25-26—HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVAN­IA: Annual show; Central Pennsylvan­ia Rock and Mineral Club, Inc; Harrisburg Consistory, 2701 North Third Street; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-4; Adults $6, ($1 discount on each of 2 adult admission when presenting flyer or postcard), free admission for children 12 and under with a paying adult; Dealers offering rocks, fossils, minerals, and activities for children; contact Betsy Oberheim, 7952 Appalachia­n Tr. E, Harrisburg, PA 17112, (717) 439-6549; Email:; Website: rockandmin­

25-26—FALCON HEIGHTS, MINNESOTA: Annual show; Minnesota Mineral Club; Dairy Building, Minnesota State Fairground­s, 1694 Judson Ave; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-4; $4 Adults $2 Seniors Free 16 and Under; New Larger Location, New Date. Rock Identifica­tion, Demonstrat­ions, Vendors, Kids Corner, Exhibits, Food Trucks - September in Minnesota is Awesome, Come & Join Us!; contact Earl Netwal, 1694 Judson Ave, MN; Email: Publicity@MinnesotaM­; Website: MinnesotaM­

25-26—SPRINGFIEL­D, OREGON: 63nd Annual Rock and Mineral Show; Springfiel­d Thunderegg Rock Club; Willamalan­e Adult Activity Center, 215 W C Street; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-3; free - donations appreciate­d; Snack Bar *Kid’s Corner *Arrowhead Napping Demos *Free Parking *Grab Bags *Jewelry *Rocks *Minerals *Silent Auction *Door Prizes *Rock Shop Tours Children get a free rock. Proceeds go toward a $750 Scholarshi­p for a Springfiel­d student ; contact Dean Burkhart , , (541) 7441919; Email:

25-26—LIVERPOOL, NEW YORK: Retail show; Syracuse Gem & Mineral Society, Inc.; Holiday Inn (Changing to Ramada Inn effective July 1st.), 441 Electronic­s Parkway (Exit 37 of New York State Thruway); Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-4; $5.00 Adults. Children under 12 free with an adult. Scouts in uniform free.; This is a mini show replacing our annual show in July which is at the New York State Fairground­s.; contact Cheryl Brown, c/o GMSS P. O. Box 2801, Syracuse, NY 13220; Email: show@ syracusege­; Website: syracusege­

25-26—SANFORD, FLORIDA: Show and sale; Central Florida Mineral & Gem Society, Inc; 6100 S. Orange Ave., Orlando, FL 32809, Sanford Civic Center, 401 E. Seminole Blvd.; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-4; Adults $5, Kids $2, Scouts in uniform Free; Offering: minerals, rocks, fossils, beads, gemstones, hand crafted cabochons, etc. Hosing silent auction, door prizes and family activities.; contact Salvatore Sansone, 6100 S. Orange Ave., Ste. 190A, Orlando, FL 32809, (321) 278-9294; Email: ssfossilhu­; Website:

25-26—IRVINE, KENTUCKY: Show and sale; Southeast KY Gem, Mineral, & Fossil Club; Estill Co. Fairground­s, Hwy. 89, 38 South Irvine Road; Sat. 9-6, Sun. 10-3; Free admission; contact Francine Bonny, P.O. Box 121, Irvine, KY 40336, (859) 200-46; Email:

25-26—BENNINGTON, VERMONT: Annual show; SOUTHWESTE­RN VERMONT MINERAL CLUB; Grace Christian School, Kocher Drive; Sat. 10-3, Sun. 10-3; Adults $5. Kids Free; contact Bill Cotrofeld, P.O. Box 235, East Arlington, VT 05252, (802) 375-6782; Email: cotrofelda­; Website: Bill Cotrofeld


1-3—HILLSBORO, OREGON: 40th Annual Portland Regional Gem and Mineral Show; Portland Regional Gem & Mineral Show Associatio­n; Wingspan Event Building, 801 NE 34th Avenue; Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; Adults $7, free admission for children 12 and under with paying adult; 45 dealers with fossils, rocks, gems, minerals, beads, jewelry; exhibits; demonstrat­ions; and activities for children; contact Linda Harvey; Email: lindaharve­ ; Website: www. PortlandRe­gionalGema­

1-3—ALBUQUERQU­E, NEW MEXICO: Annual show; Sponsored by Jay Penn; Expo NM State Fairground­s , 300 San Pedro NE; Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-5; Free Admission, Parking $7; We are in the Creative Arts Bldg. Enter at Gate 3 @ San Pedro and Copper. 60 dealers, mineral specimens, rough, slabs, jewelry, cabochons, beads, fossils, petrified wood, tools, equipment. ; contact Jay Penn,, Abq; Website: http://abqfallsho­

2-3—SOUTH SIOUX CITY, NEBRASKA: Annual show; Siouxland Gem and Mineral Society; South Sioux City Senior Citizens Center, 1501 W 29th St.; Sat. 9-4, Sun. 10-4; Free admission for all.; Four dealers with gems, agates, rough and polished specimens, beads, geodes, minerals, superb faceted jewelry, fossils, door prizes, spin the wheel, silent auction, artifacts, displays.; contact Bob Powell, 406 Brandon, Kingsley, IA 51028, (712) 378-2775; Email:

2-3—JACKSONVIL­LE, ARKANSAS: Annual show; Central Arkansas Gem,Mineral & Geology Society; Jacksonvil­le Community Center, 5 Municipal Drive, 300 Old Highway 11 S; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-5; FREE to ALL; Dealers for beautiful gems, fine minerals, fossils, jewelry and beads. Also demonstrat­ions, mineral I.D,geode cracking, door prizes, kids dig and other activities.; contact David Murray, 300 Old Highway 11 S, Hazen, AR 72064, (501) 346-5990; Email:; Website: www.centralarr­

8-10—WARREN, MICHIGAN: Annual show; Michigan Mineralogi­cal Society; Macomb Community College South Campus Expo Center, 14500 E. 12 Mile Road; Fri. 9-6, Sat. 10-7, Sun. 11-5; Adults $8 (3-day pass $12), seniors (62+) $5, children (5-12) $4, uniformed scouts $3, free admission for military with ID; During these pandemic times, it is difficult to accurately predict all that may be included in this years' show. Currently all is subject to change relative to pandemic restrictio­ns. For updated informatio­n on displays, lectures, etc. please go to; contact Dave Lurie, 755 Lakeview Ave., Birmingham, MI 48009; Email:

8-10—HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA: Annual show; Huntsville Gem & Mineral Society; Jaycee Community Center, , 2180 Airport

Rd. Huntsville, AL 35801; Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; Adults $3, weekend $5, primary & secondary students $1, under 5 free; Our returning dealers offer a full spectrum of gems, jewelry, art objects, fossils, materials, and equipment. Displays, demonstrat­ions, and hands-on activities for adults and kids. ; contact Lowell K. Zoller, 12021 Defender Dr., Huntsville, AL 35803, (256) 534-8803; Email:; Website: www.Huntsville­

8-10—MOAB, UTAH: Annual show; Moab Points and Pebbles Club; Old Spanish Trail Arena, 5 miles S of Moab on Hwy 191; Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-4; Free admission; Vendors, displays, spin table ,demonstrat­ions, door prizes; Field trips: Saturday - Yellow Cat area. Sunday - Entrada Bluffs.; contact Jerry Hansen, PO Box 1459, Moab, UT 84532

9-9—ANTIOCH, CALIFORNIA: Artisan Jewelry and Rock Sale; Antioch Lapidary Club; Antioch Lapidary Club clubhouse, 425 Fulton Shipyard Road; Sat. 10-4; FREE; Your invited to the Antioch Lapidary Club's annual Artisan Jewelry and Rock Sale/ Swap. There will be booths with Jewelry, slabs, rough and other rock related item to purchase.; contact Gary Casillas, (925) 4584076; Website: www.antiochlap­

9-10—LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA: Annual show; Peninsula Gem and Geology Society; Los Altos Community Center, One No. San Antonio Road; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; free admission; contact Steve Jobe, PO Box 4062, Los Altos, CA 94022, (408) 834-5384; Email:; Website:

9-10—SIERRA VISTA, ARIZONA: Annual show; Huachuca Mineral and Gem Club; The Mall at Sierra Vista, AZ, El Mercado Drive; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 10-4; free admission; Indoor and outdoor vendors, free gem identifica­tion by graduate gemologist, demonstrat­ions and displays; contact Maudie Bailey, 5036 S. San Carlos Ave, Sierra Vista, AZ 85650, (520) 249-1541; Email:; Website: huachucami­neralandge­

9-10—TEMPLE, TEXAS: Annual show; Tri-City Gem and Mineral Society; P.O. Box 1663 Temple, TX 76503, Mayborn Civic and Convention Center 3301 N. 3rd St. ; Sat. 9-6, Sun. 10-5; Adults $5, children (13-17) $3, free admission for children under 12 when accompanie­d by an adult; Vendors, displays, demonstrat­ions, raffles, and activities for children; contact Ruth Rolston, 106 Ottoway Drive, Temple, TX 76501, (718) 255-9; Email:

9-10—TOPEKA, KANSAS: Annual show; Topeka Gem & Mineral Society; Stormont Vail Event Center, Agricultur­al Hall, 17th & Topeka Blvd; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; Adults $5, students (13-17) $1, free admission for children under 13 with paying adult; Dealers offering gems, minerals, jewelry, rocks, fossils, and lapidary supplies; junior rockhound and 4H displays; educationa­l programs; activities for children; coupon for $1 off admission available on the club website; contact Millie Mowry, 1934 SW 30th St, Topeka, KS 66611, (785) 267-2849; Email:; Website: www.

9-10—WALNUT CREEK, CALIFORNIA: Show and sale; Pacific Crystal Guild; Civic Park Community Center, 1371 Civic Drive; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-4; $12 (Under 12 free); Minerals, Crystals,

Gems, Jewelry, beads, more than 30 booths; contact Jerry Tomlinson, PO Box 1371, Sausalito, CA 9o4966, (415) 3837837; Email: jerry@crystalfai­; Website: https://www.crystalfai­

9-10—WYSOX, PENNSYLVAN­IA: Annual show; Che-Hanna Rock & Mineral Club; Wysox Vol. Fire Hall , 111 Lake Rd; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 10-4; Adults $3.00 Students $1.00 under 8 free; Fluorescen­t program presented by UVBob , geode cutting, dealers selling minerals, fossils, jewelry, lapidary . ; contact Bob McGuire, 224 Church St., Lopez, PA 18628, (570) 928-9238; Email:; Website: chehannaro­

10-10—BRUSH, COLORADO: Annual show; Mark Elworth Jr; Jaycee Building, 500 Ellsworth Street, 116 s Clifton St; Sun. 11-5; Free Admission; contact Mark Elworth, 116 s Clifton St, Brush, CO 80723, (402) 812-1600; Email: markelwort­

10-10—FALLBROOK, CALIFORNIA: Annual show; Fallbrook Gem and Mineral Society; Fallbrook Gem and Mineral Society, 123 W. Alvarado Street; Sun. 9-4; Free!; Fallbrook Gem and Mineral Society proudly presents our annual Fall Festival of Gems - Reinvented! ; contact Michelle L Shearer, Fallbrook, CA 92028, (760) 805-2184; Email: Michellele­; Website:

16-17—DES MOINES, IOWA: Annual show; Des Moines Lapidary Society (DMLS); Iowa State Fairground­s Elwell Family Food Center, 3000 E Grand Ave; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 10-4; Admission $6, Children 12 & under FREE with adults; Vendors selling a variety of Gemstones, Beads, Jewelry, Silver, Crystals, Cabochons, Slabs, Rough, Mineral Specimens, Fossils, Tools, Findings, Children's Activities, Demonstrat­ions, Displays, and Speakers; contact Show Committee, P.O. Box 470, Des Moines, IA 50302; Website:

16-17—SEDONA, ARIZONA: Annual show; Sedona Gem and Mineral Club; Sedona Red Rock H.S., Upper Red Rock Loop Rd; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-4; Adults $4.00 - Children under 12 Free; 45 vendors, Many with native Arizona specimens. Kid Adventure to find free mineral specimens throughout the show. Food trucks on site.; contact Mark Moorehead; Email: fifthestat­; Website: sedonagema­

22-24—AUSTIN, TEXAS: Annual show; Austin Gem and Mineral Society (AGMS); Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Rd; Fri. 9-6, Sat. 9-6, Sun. 10-5; Adults $8, military and seniors (60+) $7, children ages 13-18 $2, free admission for children 12 and under; Theme is Quartz; more than 30 vendors selling gemstones, minerals, crystals, fossils, beads, jewelry; exhibits including a touch table and fluorescen­t minerals; demonstrat­ions and displays; contact Laird Fowler, 6719 Burnet Lane, Austin, TX 78641, (512) 458-9546; Email: showchairm­an@austingema­; Website:

23-24—DOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE: Annual show; Southeaste­rn New Hampshire Mineral Club; Dover ELKS Lodge, 282 Durham Rd.; Sat. 10-4, Sun. 10-4; Adults $5, free admission for children under 12 (accompanie­d by an adult) ; 16th Annual Earl and Melvina Packard Rock, Gem & Mineral Show. ; contact Brian, (207) 710-6254; Email:

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