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Geology and Psychology Bldg., room 1000, 2000 Lakeshore Dr New Orleans, Louisiana Get Directions @GemAndMineralSocietyOfLouisiana
Message Now Call (504) 214-3205 Mission Our mission is to provide education to everyone into gems, minerals and fossils. ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFO firstname.lastname@example.org
The Gem and Mineral Society of Louisiana is dedicated to the education and sharing of knowledge in the field of Geology in regards to Gems and Minerals. Company Overview Our meetings are held the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:30 pm, except July, at the above location. Our December meeting is a Holiday party at a restaurant. General Information The Gem and Mineral Society of Louisiana provides a show to the general public to educate the public about gems, minerals and fossils. In the process, the show … See More STORY THE 46th ANNUAL GEM, MINERAL, FOSSIL AND JEWELRY SHOW Our Show is moving to the ALARIO CENTER, 2000 Segnette Blvd., Westwego, LA 70094, and will feature dealers selling Fossils, Minerals, Gemstones, finished Jewelry, supplies for making your own Jewelry, Louisiana Opal. Hands-on Cabochon Polishing for kids. *DINOSAUR BONE and CAST Exhibit* Geode Cracking, Fluorescent Minerals and many other displays. Demonstrations of many other kinds. There is something for everyone and not a bead show, although some beads will be sold. DOOR PRIZES – RAFFLES. It’s Interesting as well as Educational. Bring the family!
Source: (32) Gem and Mineral Society of Louisiana, Inc. – About
The goals of the Ark-La-Tex Gem and Mineral Society are to create and stimulate interest in the study of gems, minerals, fossils, beading, geology and the lapidary arts. The organization sponsors gem, mineral and fossil hunting field trips, lectures on the lapidary arts, demonstrations and workshops for the membership and community. The club is able to provide speakers and demonstrations on the earth sciences and lapidary arts for local schools, scout troops and other organizations upon request. The club hosts the annual gem and mineral show with special exhibits, demonstrations and dealers with fine jewels, gems, minerals, fossils, etc. to be purchased. The Ark-La-Tex Gem and Mineral Society was officially incorporated in Louisiana as a 501C3 non-profit educational organization in April 1971 by a small group of 6 members interested in the lapidary arts. Our members include a dedicated group of lapidarists with strong yet varied interests in stone and gem cutting, faceting, flint knapping (making tools, arrowheads, etc. from rocks), gem and mineral hunting (rock-hounding), and fossil hunting.
Source: Ark-La-Tex Gem & Mineral Society | A Non-Profit Educational Organization Promoting Interest in the Earth Sciences
Louisiana Gem and Mineral Club Rock and Mineral Clubs across the USA! Rock, gem, and mineral clubs can show you how to rockhound, learn the lapidary arts, and make new friends!
Meetings held at the Marriott on Hilton AveAnnual Show – August Monthly Meetings – 4th Thursday, 7:00 pm
Meetings held at University of New Orleans Geology BldgMonthly Meetings – 2nd Monday, 7:30 pm (except Feb and Ju1y)
New Orleans Soc. for the Study of Earth and Lapidary Sciences, Inc – Kenner, Louisiana
Meetings held at 4461 Lafaye St. New OrleansMonthly Meetings – 1st Thursday, 8:00 pm
De Ridder Gem and Mineral Society – Leesville, Louisiana
Meetings held at Vernon Parish LibraryMonthly Meetings – 2nd Tuesday, 7:00 pm
Northeast Louisiana Gem and Mineral Society – Monroe, Louisiana
Meetings held at Northeast Louisiana University Hanna Hall, 700 University AveMonthly Meetings – 4th Thursday, 7:00 pm (Sep-May)
Gem, Mineral and Lapidary Society of Central Louisana – Pineville, Louisiana
Meetings held at Bolton Ave. Community Center, AlexandriaMonthly Meetings – 3rd Thursday, 7:00 pm
Meetings held at Barnwell Center, Clyde Fant ParkwayAnnual Show – August
Newsletter – Rock Rattler
Monthly Meetings – 1st Tuesday, 7:30 pm (except in Oct, 2nd Tue.)
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