Missouri maps showing counties, roads, highways, cities, rivers, topographic features, lakes and more.
Source: Map of Missouri
Welcome to the Official Website of The Greater Saint Louis Association of Earth Science Clubs Inc. The Association was formed in 1988 and held its first board meeting in January 1989. The Association is made of six member clubs. The purposes of the Association are to: Promote interest in Geology and the Lapidary Art Encourage the collecting and display of rocks, minerals, fossils and gems. Encourage field trips of Geological, Mineralogical, Paleontology or Lapidary nature. Encourage greater interest and education in minerals, fossils and gems
Source: Greater St. Louis Association of Earth Science Clubs > Home
FIND US Faithbridge Church HWY 42 Osage Beach, Missouri Get Directions Osage Rock & Mineral Club Message Now BUSINESS INFO Business Details Parking Parking Lot parking Founded in 2001 Services Walk-Ins Welcome Good For Groups Good For Kids ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFO firstname.lastname@example.org MORE INFO About The purpose of this club, is to share knowledge of lapidary and earth sciences. To enhance collections of rocks and minerals. STORY Social Hour is from 6-7 PM where we share rock, minerals and fossils specimens, stories and refreshments. Meetings start at 7 pm with a program to follow. We are very informal relaxed group with a variety of interest and knowledge in the rock & mineral world.
Source: (29) Osage Rock & Mineral Club – About
Mineral Area Gem & Mineral Society Park Hills, Missouri 20 Adults 6 Juniors Organized 1979 Joined MWF 1980/1997 President: Ruth Mosier, 900 East Street, Leadwood 63653; (573) 330-9723 Secretary: Denzel Jennings, 5386 Shadowood Ln, Farmington 63640; (573) 756-3763; email@example.com Treasurer: Kenneth Jones, P O Bopx 758, Park Hills, MO 63601; (573) 330-2668; kenneth118A@charter.net Editor: Kenneth Jones, P O Bopx 758, Park Hills, MO 63601; (573) 330-2668; kenneth118A@charter.net Bulletin: The Chat Box Meeting: 7 PM, 2nd Thursday, 222 E. Columbia St. Farmington, MO 63640 (At the New Firehouse) Event: 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7 PM, Farmington Fire Station
Source: Mineral Area Gem & Mineral Society
The Mozarkite Society was organized in February, 2000, and incorporated in April, 2000. The officers for 2016 are: President: Kelly Blum 816-835-2044 Vice President: Ted Bolich 660-890-4983 Secretary: David Cox 660-473-5180 firstname.lastname@example.org Treasurer: Joyce Grinstead 660-827-3888 email@example.com Our resident authority on Mozarkite is Linville Harms. His story of Mozarkite starts in 1957 when he discovered that the stone could be polished and made into jewelry. Before this it was referred to “as a stone that Indians made arrowheads for their everyday use.” In 1967, Senate Bill No. 216 was approved designating Mozarkite as the state rock for Missouri. Mozarkite is an attractive, highly-colored cryptocrystalline variety of quartz appearing in many colors and shades of colors such as red, blue, brown, pink, white, yellow, black raspberry, salmon and green which is very scarce. The formation of the stone created a “swirling” of the various colors. When the stone is “cut open or sliced”, (using a diamond edge saw blade), the exposed surface often reveals pictures. It takes little imagination to find faces, mountains, lakes, trees, waterfalls, etc. One such piece is displayed in the Truman Library in Independence bearing the likeness of a Missouri Mule. Mozarkite has a hardness of 7.5 to 7.75 on the Mohs scale (diamonds are 10), which qualifies it as a suitable material for semiprecious gemstone. The hardness allows the stone to be worked to a high polish.
Source: The Mozark Society of Lincoln, Missouri
About Suggest Edits FIND US 2327 W Farm Road 190 Springfield, Missouri Get Directions @omgms.57 Message Now Mission Purpose: To study and promote an interest in earth science, geology, paleontology, and mineralogy. To study and promote lapidary and the jewelry-making art, and… See More ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFO firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.facebook.com/omgms.57 MORE INFO About The OMG&MS, Inc was founded in 1957 by a group of people that was interested in the hobby and study of rocks and minerals. STORY Meets the fourth Monday of each month at 6:30 PM at the Missouri Institute of Natural Science at 2327 W Farm Rd. 190, Springfield, MO 65810. Mailing Address: Ozark Mountain Gem & Mineral Society 2131 West Republic Road Box # 35 Springfield, MO 65807
Source: Ozark Mountain Gem & Mineral Society
Welcome to the Rockwood Gem and Mineral Society’s Website! Purpose: To increase and disseminate knowledge of the earth sciences and the lapidary arts among it’s members, to bring a closer association of persons sharing those interests, and to promote the conservation, appreciation and intelligent use of our natural resources. Meetings: Rockwood Gem and Mineral Society meets the 3rd Thursday of the month at 2:00 near the main dining hall of Friendship Village, 15201 Olive Blvd., Chesterfield. This is next to Faust Park. Picnic in June; no July or August meetings. Show in August. Call Dianne for info 636 220 2376 Dues: $15 per person per year or $20 per family per year.
Source: Rockwood Gem & Mineral Society > Home
Lake of the Ozarks Rock, Gem and Mineral Club – Gravois Mills, Missouri
Meetings held at Versailles Bank, Meeting Room
Monthly Meetings – 2nd Tuesday, 7:00 pm
Blue Ridge Gem and Mineral Society – Kansas City, Missouri
Meetings held at Church Basement 5757 Blue Ridge, Raytown
Monthly Meetings – 3rd Tuesday 7:30 pm (Except Aug)
Pike County Mineral and Gem Society – New Hartford, Missouri
Meetings held at Bowling Green Community Center
Monthly Meetings – 2nd Saturday, 7:30 pm (except Jan)
Central Missouri Mineral, Fossil and Gem Society – Rolla, Missouri
Meetings held at Missouri Dept. of Natural Resources Div. of Geology and Land Survey
Monthly Meetings – 3rd Friday, 7:00 pm (except Dec)
Mcdonnell Douglas Gem and Mineral Society – St. Louis, Missouri
Meetings held at Bldg. 271, Cornor of Phantom and Anglum Monthly Meetings – 2nd Tuesday, 7:00 pm
Source: Gem and Mineral Clubs Across the United States, the complete list
Rock Hobby Club of Greater Saint Louis About the Club The Purpose of the Club The Rock Hobby Club of Greater Saint Louis formed in 1960 and was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in the State of Missouri in 1973 as a educational and social group of dealers of Earth Science Hobby Materials. As an organization it is to acquire and disseminate knowledge of the earth sciences, rocks, minerals, fossils and lapidary. As an organization it is to keep members informed of business practices and group buying of earth science materials. Other Club information Meetings are held monthly at members homes at 7:30 PM on the 2nd Monday (except June, July, August, and September) The Rock Hobby Club of Greater Saint Louis is a member of: The Greater Saint Louis Association of Earth Science Clubs Inc. (1988) The Midwest Federation of Mineralogical and Geological Societies (1974) The American Federation of Mineralogical Societies. (1974) An Annual Show is put on by the club in March or April (see Show Page for Details)
Source: Rock Hobby Club of Greater Saint Louis > Home
St. Louis Mineral and Gem Society ♦ Washington University ♦ Saint Louis, Missouri Meetings: 7:30 pm ♦ First Fridays of each month ♦ September through May Mineral Photos St. Louis Mineral and Gem Society Welcome to our web site! We are The St. Louis Mineral & Gem Society, headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. The “Gateway to the West” is also close to lots of interesting geology! Geodes, crystals, archeological super-sites, minerals, and fossils (some around 2 billion years old!) are day trips away from our front door. We meet at Washington University, near Forest Park, and take advantage of the experts who teach there. From an analysis of local flooding to a guided tour of the Mars Observers’ trips on Mars, speakers share their knowledge with us. These pages will give you a glimpse of who we are and what we are about. Come and join us on First Fridays from September through May for a great time learning, fellowshipping, and supporting educational outreach programs across the area. Learn about us here and we look forward to meeting you soon! (And the snacks are just as outstanding as the programs!) Visitors are always welcome! No rockhound is ever truly happy until they have enough rocks stored around the house to hold it down in the event of a tornado! We have monthly field trips; most of the time we are collecting, but sometimes we do go just to learn! From minerals to fossils to geodes to quartz crystals (in Arkansas!), you can join us stooped over having fun. Kids are welcome most of the time too! Pebble Pups, our group for kids twelve and under, meets next-door to the main meeting for hands-on learning while the rest of us slog through the treasurer’s report and such. They then re-join us for snacks and the program. Each year at our November annual show, the Pebble Pups work to put together a display case of the specimens they have accrued over the past year.
Source: St. Louis Mineral and Gem Society – Home