Rock and Gem Clubs in the State of Utah

Maps of Utah

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Each Order includes a .Zip File with up to 6 Printable State Map Includes: County Maps & County Seat Map, Cities, Interstates, Highways and State Routes. The Maps also include Rivers and a Topographical Maps.

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Colorado Map Collection

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  1. Colorado County Map: This map shows Colorado’s 64 counties.
  2. Map of Colorado Cities: This map shows many of Colorado’s important cities and most important roads. The important north – south route is Interstate 25. Important east – west routes include: Interstate 70 and Interstate 76.
  3. Colorado Physical Map: This Colorado shaded relief map shows the major physical features of the state.
  4. Colorado Rivers Map: This map shows the major streams and rivers of Colorado and some of the larger lakes. The Great Continental Divide crosses Colorado. The eastern part of the state is in the Gulf of Mexico Watershed and the western part of the state is in the Pacific Ocean Watershed. Major streams that drain the state include the Arkansas, Platte and Colorado Rivers. Most of these lakes and streams can be clearly seen.
  5. Colorado Elevation Map: This is a generalized topographic map of Colorado. It shows elevation trends across the state. Detailed topographic maps and aerial photos of Colorado are available in the Geology.com store. See our state high points map to learn about Mt. Elbert at 14,433 feet – the highest point in Colorado. The lowest point is the Arikaree River at 3,315 feet.

ALABAMA MINERAL & LAPIDARY SOCIETY AMLS

ALABAMA MINERAL & LAPIDARY SOCIETY IN A NUTSHELL The Alabama Mineral and Lapidary Society is a non-profit organization for people interested in geology, mineralogy, paleontology and lapidary arts. Meetings are the second Friday of each month (except June) at 6:30 PM.  Meetings are approximately two hours.  Visitors are welcome, we love for kids to join us! Our meeting location is the Emmett O’Neal Library in Mountain Brook.  Click here for directions. We always have food at our meetings, so don’t eat before you come! Door prizes at every meeting. Club sponsored field trips & joint trips with other clubs. Club sponsored Rock and Mineral Show the first weekend in June at Tannehill State Park. Scholarship program for Lapidary Schools. Learn to cut and polish with club owned rock saws and cabbing equipment.

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Dothan Gem & Mineral Club

Dothan Gem & Mineral Club Monthly Dothan Gem & Mineral Club Meetings The group meetings are held at 2 PM, the 4th Sun of each month (except June, July & August). The group meets at the Fellowship Hall of Tabernacle United Methodist Church. 4205 S. Brannon Stand Road & Hwy 52 W., Taylor AL. The Dothan Gem & Mineral Club is a member of the Southeast Federation and the American Federation of Mineral Societies. The main objectives of the Club are: To stimulate interest in lapidary, earth science and, when necessary, other related fields. To sponsor an educational program within the membership to increase the knowledge of its members in the properties, identifications and evaluations of rocks, minerals, fossils and other related subjects. To cooperate and aid in the solution of its members’ problems encountered in the Club’s objectives. To cooperate with other mineralogical and geological clubs and societies. To arrange and conduct field trips to facilitate the collection of minerals. To provide opportunity for exchange and exhibition of specimens and materials. To conduct its affairs without profit and to refrain from using its assets for pecuniary benefit of any individual or group. Welcome To Dothan Gem & Mineral Club Copyright 2010 Dothan Gem & Mineral Club Dothan, AL 36330 Club members who are interested in having items embroidered with our logo can order directly from Amy at Stitches from Above. Amy can embroider all kinds of thing from hats to backpacks. Give her a call at 334-400-2220. If you are interested in joining our club, click here for our membership form. The club’s 1st Meeting following summer break was well attended. Good food, good company and lots of show & tell. Check out our photos. September Meeting Photos Several people from the Panama City Gem & Mineral Society met up with members from our local club for a “dig” at Arnie & JoAn’s house. The Lamberts invited both clubs to root around their yard and collect treasures. There were more rocks than any of us could carry. After giving away tons of rocks, they fed us too. We had beautiful weather & a great time.

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Huntsville Gem and Mineral Society

The Huntsville Gem & Mineral Society is a non-profit educational organization for people interested in mineralogy, geology, paleontology, and related lapidary arts. Its primary purpose is the education of the members and the general public in these areas. This purpose is accomplished through programs, shows, lectures to school children and organizations, and exchange of rocks, minerals and artifacts.The Huntsville Gem and Mineral Society (HG&MS) was organized in 1958 by a small group of people who were interested in the lapidary arts. The Society was officially incorporated in Alabama in 1965 as a non-profit educational organization. In 1961 the organization consisted of 15 members. At present we have around 150 members. This Society is affiliated with the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies and the Southeast Federation of Mineralogical Societies.

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Mobile Rock & Gem Society

MRGS_logo_clear.gifWelcome to the on-line home of the Mobile Rock & Gem Society! MRGS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located in Mobile, Alabama dedicated to stimulating interest in earth sciences and supporting the education of geology, mineralogy, lapidary arts, and related subjects. Membership is open to anyone age seven and up who is interested in Geology, Lapidary, Mineralogy, Paleontology, Fossils or other related Earth Sciences.  We also have a very active youth program. The Society meets at our Clubhouse at 1324 Forest Dell Road off Moffet Road (Hwy 98) in Mobile, Alabama (next door to Forest Hill Elementary School). We meet on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm.  There are usually other things going on besides the monthly meeting…see what is happening on our Events page.  Guests are always welcome to visit us and see what we are all about.

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Montgomery Gem & Mineral Society

Montgomery Gem and Mineral Supply

Welcome The Montgomery Gem & Mineral Society are a lapidary arts, paleontology, geology, gemology, rockhounding, and jewelry making club.   Members Please remember you are encouraged to bring unwanted stones and stones to be tumbled for the December show’s wheel of fortune. We have members willing to tumble stones  but need all that we can get.  Copyright © 2015-2016 Montgomery Gem & Mineral Society. All Rights Reserved. Designed by Frankie & Violet. We meet the third TUESDAY of the month, January through November in the Mureal Crump Senior Center 1751 Congressman William L. Dickinson Drive Montgomery, AL 36109 (Park in back. Enter through single glass door. Meeting room 1st door to left.) Time: 7:00 PM

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Rock and Gem Clubs in the state of Alabama

Maps of Alabama

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Alabama Mineral & Lapidary Society – Birmingham, Alabama

The Alabama Mineral and Lapidary Society, is a non-profit organization for the people interested in geology, mineralogy paleontology, and the lapidary arts.
The society holds regular meetings on the second Friday of each month (except June) at 6:30 P.M. Meetings are currently held in the meeting rooms of the Vestivia Hills Library and usually last an hour and a half.Annual Show – Around the begining of June
Newsletter – Rockhound Roundup
Monthly Meetings – 2nd Friday of each month @ 6:30pm

Dothan Gem & Mineral Society – Dothan, Alabama

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Club meetings include food, fellowship, and fun. The group watches educational programs about the formation of various gems and mineral deposits, how and where to best hunt for particular gems and minerals, and how to clean, cut, polish and display your finds. We learn to make jewelry and many different kinds of decorative art. Members bring their latest finds as meetings always include show and tell.
The group meetings are held at 2 PM, the 4th Sun of each month (except June, July & August). The group meets at the Fellowship Hall of Tabernacle United Methodist Church. 4329 W. Brannon Stand Road & Hwy 52 W., Taylor AL.Annual Show – April
Newsletter – Rockhounds Herald
Monthly Meetings – 4th Sun. at 2:00 pm

Huntsville Gem and Mineral Society – Huntsville, Alabama

The Huntsville Gem and Mineral Society was founded in 1966 in Huntsville, Alabama. The Huntsville Gem & Mineral Society is a non-profit educational organization for people interested in mineralogy, geology, paleontology, and related lapidary arts.
The Huntsville Gem and Mineral Society meets the 4th Monday of each month at the Madison County Senior Center, 2200 Drake Ave, Huntsville, AL
Annual Show – In October
Newsletter – Rocket City Rocks & Gems
Monthly Meetings – 4th Monday of each month at 6:30 pm

East Alabama Gem and Mineral Society – Opelika, Alabama

Meetings are held at the Opelika Community Recreation Center; Opelika, AL 36804Newsletter – Boulder Bouncer – no online copy available
Monthly Meetings – 4th Tuesday of each month at 5:30 pm

Mobile Rock and Gem Society – Mobile, Alabama

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The typical agenda for a meeting begins with a program. After that there is “show and tell” before old business (like officer and committee reports), then on to new business (like introducing new members and guests, miscellaneous business items, upcoming events and field trips, etc.).. The program usually includes a lecture (by a member or guest speaker), a demonstration of some sort, a video or a workshop.
Since the presentation will vary greatly, some will include only a few of these components and some will involve a little of everything! After the program ends, the meeting is adjourned and we have refreshments and socializing. At this time everyone has the opportunity to ask questions, tell stories, discuss upcoming events or possible activities and make new friends. They are a non-profit organization 501 c(3).Annual Show – Thanksgiving Weekend
Newsletter – Cabber Gabber
Monthly Meetings – 2nd Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm.

Montgomery Gem & Mineral Society – Montgomery, Alabama

We are a lapidary arts, paleontology, geology, gemology, rockhounding, and jewelry making club.
Meetings of the Montgomery Gem & Mineral Society are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Mureal Crump Community Center, 1751 Congressman Dickinson Dr, Montgomery, AL.

Annual Show – End of November
Newsletter – Rockhound Roundup
Monthly Meetings – 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m

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CHUGACH GEM AND MINERAL SOCIETY

The Chugach Gem & Mineral Society, Inc. is for individuals and families interested in mineral collecting and lapidary. The Chugach Gem & Mineral Society, Inc. maintains memberships in the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies and the Northwest Federation of Mineralogical Societies. Please visit us on Facebook for up-to-date information. MEMBERS BULLETIN BOARD Dates for meetings and other events of interest to club members are available on a pre-recorded message at (907) 566-3403. The club’s meeting schedule and post-meeting programs and the public seminar schedule can be found under “Club Meeting Schedule and Geology Seminars” below. MEETINGS Location: First United Methodist Church 725 West 9th Avenue Anchorage Use the rear entrance – bring a rock! Times: The club’s business meetings are held the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM. (Except December.) All are welcome! Our monthly potluck starts at 6:30 PM and takes place on the fourth Thursday of each month, except November and December. (The date and time for the Christmas potluck will be announced.) For the potluck, bring a hot dish or salad or desert, a serving spoon, eating utensils, and a plate. For all meetings, bring a rock to show (for example, a mineral, a crystal, or a fossil specimen).

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MatSu Rock and Mineral Club

Welcome to our Rock Club We invite you to join our monthly meetings in Palmer, Alaska and become a club member. Member Benefits: Meet other dedicated rock hounds to share good stories and good food; our meetings are potluck Learn about rocks, gems, and minerals from others who have worked and collected in this field for many years Learn best places to find specimens and get help identifying your specimens See fantastic specimens brought in by our members to share and discuss Join field trips to local collection spots. Find your very own Alaskan rocks, minerals, and fossils Buy some of our beautiful specimens to help support our Club

Meeting Location and Yearly Membership Dues:

Date: Meetings held on the 3rd Tuesday each month
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: American Legion, Outer Springer Loop, Palmer, AK
Dues: •$20 Family   •$15 Individual   •$10 Students

 

If you would like to participate in the gift exchange during the December meeting, please bring a gift valued at approximately $15.00.

Source: Local Events – MatSu Rock and Mineral Club

Apache Junction Rock & Gem Club (AJRGC)

ClubLogo go homeThe purpose of the Apache Junction Rock & Gem Club shall be to provide an opportunity for hobbyists of similar lapidary interests to meet each other to: Share information, special abilities and talents, collect and exchange gems materials and minerals as an organized club activity To form friendships and enjoy the pleasure of socializing with each other To provide the members of the club with the privilege of exhibiting to the public their lapidary and jewelry arts at frequent Rock Art shows sponsored by the Club. To subscribe to, and promote the national interest in the conservation of this country’s natural resources and public lands. To conduct field trips for the purpose of collecting material and specimens specifically related to earth sciences in accordance with state and federal regulations. To share with its members knowledge and experience gained in working with minerals specimens and gem material. To encourage and assist junior members in furthering their education in minerals, gems and related subjects. To foster good fellowship in the course of club activities. We provide scholarships to students.

Source: AJRGC About Who We Are – Purpose