May 20-26, 2019 the Wildacres Retreat in North Carolina featuring classes and lectures
The retreat is open to members of mineral clubs in The Eastern Federation. Our own Mr Reivan Zeleznik is a frequent instructor. The cost is nominal for the cabin, food and classes.
Mineral and Gems Shows in our area
The Rutgers Geology Museum Annual Open House is over. Generally the last Saturday of January.
April 7-8 New Haven Mineral Club
Amity Middle School, Orange, CT
April 3-7 2019 NJ NY Mineral, Fossil, Gem, and Jewelry Show in Edison, NJ
This is a big commercial show by the same people who do a Denver show
Weekdays are $10 (leaving your weekend free for the New Haven Club Show)
Weekends are $15. Special Exhibition "The Scoop on Poop" by the Florida Museum www.NJ.Show.com
Saturday June 1 and Sunday June 2 2019
The Orange County Mineral Society Annual Mineral Jewelry Gem Fossil Show
10 am to 4 pm Museum Village, 1010 Route 17M, Monroe, NY 10950
This year hosting the EFMLS Convention! If you don't know what the Eastern Federation of Mineral and Lapidary Societies does, ask Nancy
On display: The most complete Mastodon found in NY State, extensive local mineral collection and new Fluorescent Mineral Display
August 9-1, 2019
East Coast Gem, Mineral & Fossil Show, Better Living Center, Eastern States Exposition
1305 Memorial Ave., W. Springfield, MA 01089
Another big commercial show hosted by Marty Zinn
Saturday, March 2nd 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday, March 3rd 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Lapidary & Mineral Society of Central Connecticut
Aka The Meriden Club
Francis T Maloney High School
121 Gravel Street, Meriden, CT
Albany Gem Mineral and Fossil Show and Sale
Annual James Campbell Memorial
The Annual James Campbell Memorial Gem, Mineral and Fossil Show and Sale will take place on Saturday and Sunday, February 23, 2019 (10 am – 5 pm), and Sunday, February 24th, 10-5.
Vendors display and sell gems, jewelry, minerals, fossils, and much more.
$5 each day. Children 12 and under are free.
Co-sponsored by the Capital District Mineral Club and the New York Academy of Mineralogy. All proceeds benefit the Museum’s mineral acquisition fund.