Source: Map of Massachusetts
HOME Welcome to the Boston Mineral Club website! If you have suggestions, questions or comments about the site, please use the Contact page. You do not need a college degree in earth sciences to join the club! We are open to all. We welcome and encourage new members to join the club. Membership What We Do The Boston Mineral Club (BMC) was founded in 1936 to “promote the study and collecting of rocks and minerals, to encourage friendly cooperation among mineralogists and collectors, [and] to promote the study of mineralogy and related arts and sciences coming within the purview of earth sciences…” In the pursuit of these goals, the BMC offers educational programs at club meetings, mineral collecting field trips, a newsletter, and access to our mineralogical reference library. The Boston Mineral Club is a member of the American Federation of Mineral Societies and the Eastern Federation of Mineral and Lapidary Societies. The BMC also is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) educational organization.
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First Wednesday of Each Month (Click here for Directions)
Jan., (Not Feb.), Mar., Apr., May, Jun., (Not Jul.-Aug.), Sep., Oct., Nov., Dec.
7:00 – 9:00 pm Springfield Science Museum (Doors open at 6:30)
Source: Connecticut Valley Mineral Club
The Worcester Mineral Club has about 100 members with interests in minerals, gems, fossils, lapidary, jewelry making, treasure hunting, mineralogy, geology, paleontology, and other Earth sciences. People of all ages are welcome and encouraged to share their interests in and through the club. MEETINGS The club generally meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM (except July and August) at Trinity Episcopal Church, Main Street, Shrewsbury. Trips to collecting sites, museums, and special events are planned throughout the year. The meetings generally consist of a short business agenda followed by an educational or informative program. Programs presented may be speakers often with slides, specimens, or other visual aides, films, or demonstrations. Speakers talk on a variety of topics and range from our own club members with experiences or expertise to share to prominent researchers that work in an Earth science field. Children’s educational programs and activities are planned for meetings as interest arises. There are door prizes drawn at the meetings. Refreshments are available. In addition, everyone is encouraged to bring in specimens or their lapidary work to display to the members. MEMBERSHIP All are welcome to join the Worcester Mineral Club. The cost for individual membership is $10.00 per year and $15.00 per year for family memberships (2 adults 18+ max). Dues are payable at the time of membership, which runs from September to September.
Greylock Mineral Club – Dalton, Massachusetts
Meetings held at First Unitd Methodist Church. Fenn St., PittsfieldMonthly Meetings – 1st Friday, 7:00 pm
The Connecticut Valley Mineral Club was founded in 1940, with our first formal meeting March 7, 1941, and dedicated to the study, appreciation and preservation of rocks, minerals, fossils and all aspects of Earth Science. We pass on our love of minerals to people of all ages with a special focus on schools with lectures and hands on presentations to students.
Meetings held at the Tolman Wing of the Springfield Science Museum at the Quadrangle, Springfield, MassachusettsAnnual Show – March
Monthly Meetings – first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm
Meetings held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church 12 Washington St., PeabodyAnnual Show – May Monthly Meetings – 3rd Friday, 7:30 pm (Sep-May)
Northern Berkshire Mineral Club – North Adams, Massachusetts
Meetings held at Spitzer Center 148 Ashland StMonthly Meetings – 2nd Sunday, 6:30 pm (Sep-Apr) P.M
Meetings held at Shore Natural Science Ctr., Jacobs LaneMonthly Meetings – 2nd Thursday, 7:30 pm
Nashoba Valley Mineralogical Society – Stow, Massachusetts
Meetings held at Fletcher Library, WestfordMonthly Meetings – 2nd Tuesday, 7:00pm
Micromounters of New Englandb – Sudbury, Massachusetts
Meetings held at Trinity Lutheran ChurchMonthly Meetings – September, November, January, February, March, and April,
on the third Saturday of the month if possible from 9am to noon
Meetings held at Trinity Episcopal Church Main Street, ShrewsburyAnnual Show – November Monthly Meetings – 3rd Tuesday, 7:30 pm