Stamford Mineralogical ​Society

Stamford Mineralogical ​Society​ Founded 1954  A non-profit educational corporation 2019 Meeting Dates Check this site for cancellations May 21, 2019 EARLY START TIME of 6pm June 11, Jul. 9, Sept. 17, Oct. 15, Nov. 12, Dec. 14, 2019 Annual Show  Nov. 2-3 Eastern Greenwich Civic Center 90 Harding Rd. Old Greenwich CT 06870

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Manchester Gem Mineral Club

Manchester Gem & Mineral Club

Meetings: 3rd Tuesday of month at 7:00 P.M.
Lutz Childrens’ Museum, 247 S Main St Manchester
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Meriden Club

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Lapidary & Mineral Society of Central Connecticut

Our next meeting is:Monday, May 20th 07:30 pm to 09:00 pm Maloney High School 121 Gravel RoadMeriden, CT”George Fellner will present “The Art of Stones and Crystals” and offer copies of his book for sale. “If Maloney High School is closed there will be no meeting that night but it will be held the NEXT NIGHT unless otherwise specifiedWe are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the knowledge and appreciation of all things related to the geologic sciences.Quite simply, we want to share our passion for rocks and minerals, crystals, gems, jewelry, AND jewelry making with you!Please use the menu above to find out more about our meeting schedule, our annual show, our lapidary center, our field trips and more.

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The Danbury Mineralogical Society  Meetings and Activities

The Danbury Mineralogical Society Danbury, ConnecticutHOME PAGE; MEETINGS AND ACTIVITIES THE CLUB DANBURITE NEWSLETTER MEMBERSHIP PHOTOGRAPHS MORE…Next Meeting: Thursday June 6, 2019     7-9 p.m. Eric Orlowski and his Fluorescent Minerals!Bring your own for who and tell!Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month (except January and September) from 7-9 p.m. at the Danbury Historical Society Museum. ​Montana Sapphires at the May Meeting with Judy and Bob Schuster was an excellent presentation of slides, talk, and display.​Upcoming EventsCrystal Grove (Herkimer) ​Diamond Mine & Campground: Third Annual Pig n’ Dig  ​             June 1, 2019             St. Johnsville, NY            www.crystalgrove.com/events/list/Connecticut Antique Machinery Association       Kent CT   www.ctamachinery.com/visiting-camaRock Swap                      June 8, 2019  Saturday 9-4Members potluck picnic following; bring a side or dessert!Connecticut Valley’s multi-club picnic – Sunday, July 28 12-5 p.m. Woodtick Recreation Center, Wolcott, CT Bring a side dish or dessert for admission!RSVP with number of people by July 20 to Danbury Mineralogiocal Society

Source: The Danbury Mineralogical Society – Home Page; Meetings and Activities

Bristol Gem Mineral Club Be a Rockhound!

WELCOME, ROCKHOUNDS! The Bristol Gem and Mineral Club fosters interest in the earth and geological sciences, minerals, and the lapidary arts.We’re located in Bristol, CT, where we hold monthly educational meetings, field trips, and our annual Gem and Mineral Show.Interested in rocks, minerals, lapidary work, fossils, or any other aspect of earth sciences? Then we’re the club for you!Come join us at one of our meetings and share your interests with a group of enthusiastic, friendly people.

Source: Bristol Gem & Mineral Club – Be a Rockhound!

Danbury Mineralogical Society

The Danbury Mineralogical Society Meetings:  First Thursday of every month (except July, August, September, and January), at the Broadview Middle School, Danbury, CT, at 7:00PM for Juniors, 8:00PM regular.  All are welcome.  Please check back before the meeting to make sure of the date and location.  There may be more changes….. Meeting Directions * Interesting Links  * Membership Application * Events & Field Trips * Who we are * Photos  * Annual September Show * Library * Cancellation Policy * Old Danburites * DMS Facebook

Source: The Danbury Mineralogical Society

LAPIDARY AND MINERAL SOCIETY OF CENTRAL CONNECTICUT (LMSCC)

Welcome to the official web site of the LAPIDARY AND MINERAL SOCIETY OF CENTRAL CONNECTICUT, Inc. PO Box 476, Meriden, Connecticut 06450 A 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization

 

Club Schedule  Sign Up  Annual Show  Museum Reimbursement  Quarries  Lapidary Studio Last updated:  October 24, 2016    Supervisors are committed to the following dates at the Lapidary Studio. (Weather permitting and if the parking lot is snow free. See the link above for details about the facility!) Make sure to contact Mike Z. first. See your Chip n Pick for his contact info:   All dates 10 AM to 2 PM (weather permitting): November 2, 5, 6, 12, 19, 20 WEATHER REMINDER FOR CLUB MEETINGS  IF MALONEY HIGH SCHOOL IS CLOSED due to weather there will be no meeting that night, but it will be held the NEXT NIGHT (unless otherwise specified). Organized in 1970, LMSCC, Inc. (aka Meriden Mineral Club) is a non-sectarian, non-partisan, and non-profit group dedicated to the promotion, study, and encouragement of interest in rocks, minerals, fossils, and lapidary arts through lecture, discussions, and field trips.  It is insured and a member of the Eastern Federation of Mineralogical Lapidary Societies, Inc.  Membership is open to anyone with an interest in gems, minerals, and fossils.  The Club meets monthly usually on the 4th Monday of each month (except July and August), 7:30 PM in the cafeteria at Maloney High School, Gravel Street (near East Main Street and I-91), Meriden, CT.  The public is welcome, refreshments are always served.  A map to the school can be found by using the Annual Show link above. This web site is intended for the use of club members and to promote the club and its annual gem, mineral, and fossil show to prospective members and the public at large.  Information about the club, show information, photos of club events, and other resources are provided by the links above and below.

Source: LMSCC Home Page

New Haven Mineral Club

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Meetings

Meetings are held on the Second Monday of each month, Sept- May, (except the summer months)  at 6:30PM.

Each meeting includes an educational and entertaining program which may be a presentation or a workshop activity.

If you would like to attend of these programs or talk to us about the club, our meetings are held at the

Veterans Memorial Building, Brooksvale Park, 524 Brooksvale Avenue, Hamden, CT 06518

Source: New Haven Mineral Club | newhavenmineralclub.org

Rock and Gem Clubs in the state of Connecticut

Bridgeport Mineralogical Society Inc – Bridgeport , Connecticut

Meetings held at the North Branch Library 3455 Madison Ave Bridgeport CT

Bristol Gem and Mineral Club – Bristol, Connecticut

The Bristol Gem and Mineral Club was organized in 1972 to foster interest in the earth and geological sciences, minerals, and the lapidary arts. The club holds regularly scheduled meetings where educational events are presented for the advancement and knowledge of the membership in these fields.
Meetings held at the dining room at the Douglas Beals Senior/Community Center at 240 Stafford Ave, Bristol, ConnecticutAnnual Show – October
Monthly Meetings – second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM

Danbury Mineralogical Society – Danbury, Connecticut

Our club is centered geographically on one of the most interesting & exciting mineral collecting regions of the United States right here in Connecticut.
Meetings held at the Lake George Community Center, located on the North side of US Highway 24 on the East side of town, sharing a building with the County Highway shops.

Annual Show –  September 8 & 9 at the New Milford CT High School.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Danbury-Mineralogical-Society-PAGE-157499457596134/
Newsletter – Danburites
Monthly Meetings – First Thursday of every month (except July, August, September, and January), @7:00PM

Thames Valley Rockhounds, Inc. – Ledyard, Connecticut

Meetings held at the Bill Library, 718 Colonel Ledyard Hwy. Ledyard, CTMonthly Meetings – 1st Monday of month at 7:00 P.M.

Manchester Gem & Mineral Club – Manchester, Connecticut

Meetings held at the Lutz Childrens’ Museum, 247 S Main St; ManchesterMonthly Meetings – 3rd Tuesday of month at 7:00 P.M.

Lapidary and Mineral Society of Central Connecticut, Inc – Meriden, Connecticut

Organized in 1970, LMSCC, Inc. (aka Meriden Mineral Club) is a non-sectarian, non-partisan, and non-profit group dedicated to the promotion, study, and encouragement of interest in rocks, minerals, fossils, and lapidary arts through lecture, discussions, and field trips.
Meetings held at the Maloney High School, Gravel Street (near East Main Street and I-91), Meriden, CT.Annual Show – March
Monthly Meetings – 4th Monday of each month (except July and August), 7:30 PM

Stamford Mineralogical Society – Stamford, Connecticut

Meetings held at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center, 90 Harding Road, Old Greenwich , CT 06870Annual Show – November
Monthly Meetings – second Tuesday of the month at 7 PM

New Haven Mineral Club – West Haven, Connecticut

Provide a nonprofit organization for the study and promotion of the geological sciences and lapidary arts.
Meetings held at the Veterans Memorial Building, Brooksvale Park, 524 Brooksvale Avenue, Hamden, CT.Annual Show – August
Newsletter – Triassic Valley Bulletin
Monthly Meetings – second Monday of each month (excepting the summer months) at 7:30PM.

Source: Gem and Mineral Clubs Across the United States, the complete list

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