Map of California

Maps of California


Printable Maps of California

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County Maps & County Seat Map, Cities, Interstates, Highways and State Routes. The Maps also include Rivers and a Topographical Maps.



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Amador County Gem & Mineral Society – Sutter Creek, California

Amador County Gem & Mineral Society Logo - A miner gold panning in streamThe Amador County Gem & Mineral Society, Inc., is a non-profit organization created to study mineralogy and geology and to collect minerals. Our mission is to practice lapidary arts and promote interest and appreciation in the earth sciences and allied subjects. Amador County Fair Displays: We always look forward to seeing you at the Amador County Fair in Plymouth, CA, each July when we host the Gems and Minerals Building. You can see beautiful displays of handcrafted jewelry, lapidary work, mineral collections and metalsmithing pieces. Come visit with us and learn more about this great hobby. Annual Show: Our Annual Gem & Craft Show is held on the first weekend in May at the historic Kennedy Mine in Jackson. You will find vendors offering colorful rocks, slabs, lapidary items, gemstones, hand crafted jewelry, clothing, arts and crafts, beads and findings, woodwork, and many other hand crafted items. Meetings & Classes: Program and Board Meetings are held on the every other month on the fourth Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. Please contact us for additional information and schedule. The Board Meeting is held after the Program Meeting. The following CLASSES & WORKSHOPS are regularly held at our Clubhouse: Jewelry and Lapidary Classes: Every Friday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.   Introductory instruction programs are available.  Please contact us for details. Our meetings and classes are open to the public. Please feel free to drop by to learn more about our society. If you have questions just contact us . Meeting Location & Directions: The Clubhouse and Shop are held in the City of Sutter Creek and are located behind the old Sutter Creek Grammar School and Broad Street. Turn at Randolph (off Main St.) to Fullen, turn left.  Go to the end of the street then turn right, up into the parking lot. Membership: Yearly dues are: Adults $15.00 or $25.00 per family. A non-member subscription to our newsletter is $10.00 per year. Please come to a meeting and pick up an application or request one by email and we will mail a form to you.

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Antelope Valley Gem & Mineral Club

PictureWe Are The Antelope Valley Gem and Mineral Club! The Antelope Valley is located in the Mojave Desert of Southern California.  It’s the high desert and our area is known for our amazing bright orange poppies that sprout up in the spring time, and the joshua trees – as reflected in our club patch.  We invite you to attend any social meeting held on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at Our Shepherd Lutheran Church, 42521 20th Street West, Lancaster. Many interesting and varied programs are offered: Educational films and speakers, auctions of lapidary material, lapidary and jewelry classes, etc. The club holds a summer picnic and an end of the year party. We also provide scholarships to local college students. A field trip to study geology and to gather mineral and lapidary material is offered each month during cooler months. Club lapidary equipment (saws, grinders, and polishers) is available for members to use to work up material found on these trips. The Antelope Valley Gem and Mineral Club sponsors a free gem and mineral show in the Spring (usually April or May), held at Lancaster High School. We are also active  in the Antelope Valley Fair held at the end of August. WE ARE AN ACTIVE CLUB, IF YOU ARE INTERESTED PLEASE COME VISIT US AT ONE OF OUR MEETINGS. See map below on where we are located for meetings. The club is affiliated with the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies and California Federation Mineralogical Societies.

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American Opal Society

The American Opal Society is an non-profit organization, educational in nature, whose primary purpose is promoting interest and knowledge of replica watches uk this precious gem. If you are an Opalholic (i.e. passionate opal lover), the American Opal Society is for you!!! We pursue the study and sharing of breitling replica information about OPAL. Our members include artisans, craftspeople, designers, educators and laymen whose vocation and/or avocation is opal.  One-time initiation fee and annual dues are used to pay for the operations of the Society. If you share our love of opal, we welcome you to join our society. Together we rolex replica will gain both pleasure and knowledge while furthering the Society’s goals. Here are some of the attributes of our organization: Monthly Newsletter, The Opal Express, With Great Articles On Opal and Related Topics. The Opal Express Archives are for AOS members only.  If you are a member, a password is needed to enter the members-only protected area.  To get a password, request one by e-mailing the webmaster or check the latest issue of your Opal Express. Monthly Meeting In Orange County, California, With Guest Speakers, Refreshments And Club Activities. The 49th Annual Opal, Gem & Jewelry Show will be at the Business Expo Center, on 1960 S. Anaheim Way, Anaheim,CA 92805, on November 5 & 6, 2016.  The most opal dealers under one roof in the USA!  With Guest Speakers, Refreshments And Club Activities. Field Trips In The California/Nevada/Arizona Area For Opal And Mineral Collecting. Other areas in the Western USA are occasionally visited also. Extensive Library On Opals And Gems, With Many Out Of Print And Rare Opal Books.  Library items are available only to our Southern Californian members. The OpalSociety Yahoo Group is a public bulletin board to that the Society uses for announcements of activities at the American Opal Society.  It is also used to discuss with other opal and gem enthusiasts questions, ideas, etc., about opals and related topics. It is accessible to anyone to read, but only those who join the groip can contribute.  Please join it and ask you opal questions and comments. Subscribe to OpalSociety Yahoo Group The American Opal Society P.O. Box 4875 Garden Grove, CA 92842-4875   Search the AOS Website Match term in Search Index: Keywords: The American Opal Society is a member of the following organizations: California Federation of Mineralogical Societies American Federation of Mineralogical Societies Special Congress Representing Involved Bulletin Editors (S.C.R.I.B.E.) Home   Send mail to  with questions or comments about the organization or web site. Copyright � American Opal Society, Inc.

Bay Area Searchers

Metal Detecting Enthusiast Club. Meetings Held 7:00 P.M. Second Thursday Each Month at First Baptist Church, Crystal Springs Ave. and Cypress, San Bruno, CA Visitors Welcome!
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Metal Detecting Enthusiast Club. Meetings Held 7:00 P.M. Second Thursday Each Month At First Baptist Church, Crystal Springs Ave. and Cypress, San Bruno, CA 94066 Visitors Welcome!

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Calaveras Gem & Mineral Society, Angels Camp, CA

Calaveras Gem & Mineral LogoThe Calaveras Gem & Mineral Society holds meetings on the third Sunday of the month except in July and August. At each club meeting there is a potluck, business meeting, main presentation, and members share other interesting information about the hobby.   Please join us at our next General Meeting on Sunday, Nov 20th, 2016 Welcoming begins at 11:00 AM, with Lunch at Noon,  followed by the Regular Meeting.   Meetings are held at the society’s clubhouse, 2500 Meacham Ranch Road, Angels Camp, California  (MAP)

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Coalinga Rockhounds Society

The Coalinga Rockhound’s Society Inc. was founded in 1954. The club is a non-profit organization dedicated to learning and sharing knowledge of the lapidary arts; studying mineralogy and geology; collecting minerals and gem materials; and providing opportunities for the purchase, exchange, and exhibition of specimens and materials.   Joining is easy – it’s $35.00 for an entire year for adults and $10.00 for Seniors over 65 and juniors 14 and under.   You are invited to come to one our monthly meetings which are held on second Monday of each month in our lapidary shop, located at 1000 California St. in Coalinga (the portable building).  Feel free to contact with any questions or comments.

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Contra Costa Mineral & Gem Society

rhodochrositeThe Contra Costa Mineral & Gem Society is a non-profit corporation organized under the laws of the Secretary of State of the state of California, whose mission it is to….   When you’re ready, you will probably want to read the official Mission Statement. It’s pretty interesting. In the mean time, here’s the real deal : We Love Rocks! All members of CCM&G have one thing in common; we love rocks: rocks, stones, agates, jasper, even granite, ryholite, and andandesite. Some of us are gemologists, some are geologists. Many have interests in both the structure of the earth and the cleavage of a crystal. Some are very specialized in a single field. Our members include amateurs, professionals, PhD’s, rockhounds, and even scrubby rockhounds. We even have some scrubby PhD rockhounds. The one thing we all appreciate is the beauty of the earth and the beauty of the earth’s bounty. Call it crystallography, rockhounding, geology, or earth science. In a word, we love rocks! It’s rockology… Sharing the Gem CCM&GS members enjoy a bountiful array of educational classes in the lapidary arts, geology, and mineralogy; educational lectures, and nearly unlimited access to geologic and rockhounding field trips throughout California. Explore more of what CCM&GS provides by clicking on the menu items on the navigation bar. And CCM&GS gives back. CCM&GS has targeted programs for young rockhounders and provides speakers to local schools at every grade level. Educators and students, check the Kid’s Corner. Come to a Meeting We meet the second Monday of each month at 7:30 pm in east Concord. Our meetings highlight renown speakers, expert in the fields of the earth sciences. And, our monthly programs are considered by many to be the premier earth science lectures in the bay area. For information on our monthly meetings and upcoming speakers, see our Programs page. Check our location map, and even get directions from your home. Join Us Joining CCM&GS is affordable and fun. If you like rocks, you’ll love CCM&GS. Get membership information here, and join us at our next meeting.

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Culver City Rock & Mineral Club

Monday, November 14 at 7:30pm Culver City Senior Center 4095 Overland Ave Room B-47 (across from the Veterans Memorial Complex. Parking entrances from Overland and Culver Blvd)   DIEDRE: THE COPPER DOCTOR     Join us as we learn how ordinary and industrial objects can be transformed into unique jewelry and fabulous one-of-a-kind art. Deidre, “The Copper Doctor,” takes recyclable every- day industrial objects (nails, screws, security door mesh, electrical lugs, cable swags, bike chains, refrigerator, and sprinkler tubing) and fashions mesmerizing original jewelry and works of art. Deidre’s beautiful creations utilize garage tools, computer numerical control, machining, photochemical etching, hydraulic stamping press, casting, water jet cutting machine and engravers to adapt these items into eye-catching, health advancing jewelry. She earned the name “The Copper Doctor” based on the folk wisdom that copper possesses curative powers as a remedy for arthritis. Her mission is to provide healing relief while creating a beautiful piece of wearable art.

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Del Air Rockhounds Club, Inc

The Del Air Rockhounds Club was founded in 1952 with members mostly residing in the San Fernando Valley area of California. Our club is a non-profit organization dedicated to sharing knowledge of the lapidary arts and techniques, geology, mineralogy and related fields. We own our own lapidary equipment with members available to teach and demonstrate lapidary techniques to other members. Our members enjoy lapidary related programs, demonstrations, exhibitions, displays and lectures. We also take monthly field trips to our local deserts & mountains for exploration and the study and collection of lapidary and mineral specimens.

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El Dorado County Mineral and Gem Society, Placerville, California

The mission of the El Dorado County Mineral and Gem Society is to offer a congenial and proactive environment in which to study and share interests in rocks and minerals, earth sciences and the lapidary arts. The Society:  What’s Happening  About Us  Monthly Meetings  Membership  Education  Scholarship Activities & Events:  Field Trips  Trip Schedule   Lapidary/Jewelry  Rock & Gem Show  County Fair Display  Forms  2016 Calendar MEMBERS AREA  (password required) Other Interests:  Stifle-Traverse Crk  Links & References  Visitor Links  Placerville Weather  Other Weather  Yahoo Maps MEMBER OF: California Federation of Mineralogical Societies (CFMS) American Federation of Mineralogical Societies (AFMS) Field Trip Chairmen’s Association Inc. (“Co-op”) American Lands Access Association(ALAA) We host the Mining & Minerals Building at the: El Dorado County Fair ___________  HOW TO CONTACT US: Mailing Address P. O. Box 950 Placerville, CA 95667  email Please contact Webmaster if you would like to share web site links or have comments about the site.  Meetings: Our regular monthly General Membership Meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of the month, starting at 7:00 p.m., at the American Legion Hall, El Dorado Post 119, located at 4561 Greenstone Road (between Highway 50 and Mother Lode Drive near El Dorado; Map)

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