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Cape Fear Mineral and Gem Society – Fayetteville, North Carolina

The Cape Fear Mineral and Gem Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the education and enjoyment of it’s members and the community with respect to rocks, minerals, jewelry, lapidary arts and all things related.
Meetings are held at the Rainbow School on Fisher Road in Fayetteville, NC.Monthly Meetings – Third Thursday of each month @ 7:00 PM

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Catawba Valley Gem & Mineral Club

To increase knowledge of the earth sciences, to hold exhibitions, contests and lectures; t0 promote fellowship and exchange of ideas and to aid in the development of lapidary and related arts and skills.

Catawba Valley Gem & Mineral Club – Hickory, North Carolina

The goals of the Catawba Valley Gem & Mineral Club are to increase knowledge of the earth sciences; hold exhibitions, field trips, contests and lectures; promote fellowship and exchange of ideas; and aid development of lapidary & related arts/skills.
Meetings are held at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, 921 2nd St. NE, Hickory, NC.Annual Show – March
Newsletter – Tar Heel Rockhound
Monthly Meetings – Second Tuesday of each month @ 7:00 PM

Source: Catawba Valley Gem & Mineral Club

The Charlotte Gem & Mineral Club

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Charlotte Gem and Mineral Club – Charlotte, NC

The purpose of the Charlotte Gem and Mineral Club is to foster interest in, and promote knowledge of, minerals, gems, fossils, and all earth sciences. They also disseminate information and instruction in the lapidary arts and the utilization of precious metals in their crafts.
Meetings are held at the Tyvola Senior Center, 2225 Tyvola Rd., Charlotte, NC.Annual Show – November
Newsletter – Gold Rush Ledger
Monthly Meetings – Third Thursday of each month @ 6:30 PM

Source: The Charlotte Gem & Mineral Club | The home to local rockhounds, crafters and cutters.

Forsyth Gem & Mineral Club – Winston-Salem, North Carolina

The Forsyth Gem & Mineral Club is an active organization with monthly meetings, field trips and a yearly gem show. They were established in the early ’70s because they love rocks! Meetings are held at the Vulcan Materials Company’s Training Center, 4401 N. Patterson Ave., Winston-Salem, NC. Annual Show – Septmber Newsletter – Newsletter Monthly Meetings – Third Thursday of each month (except September and December) @ 7:30 PM

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Gaston Gem, Mineral, and Faceters Club – Gastonia, North Carolina

The Gaston Gem, Mineral, and Faceters Club is a non-profit educational organization with the purpose of increasing the knowledge and interest of its members and the public in the areas of Geology, Mineralogy, Lapidary Arts and other related fields.
Meetings are held at the Adult Recreation Center, 529 W. Franklin Blvd., Gastonia, NC.Annual Show – October
Monthly Meetings – Fourth Tuesday of each month @ 7:00 PM

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Gem and Mineral Museum of Franklin North Carolina

Rocks, gems, minerals, fossils & Indian artifacts from North Carolina & the World, in Historic (1850) Macon County Jail. Gift Shop with jewelry & lapidary arts.

 

 

 

 

Gem and Mineral Society of Franklin, NC – Franklin, North Carolina

The objectives of the Gem and Mineral Society of Franklin shall be to effect a close association of those who are interested in the study of gems, rocks, minerals and the sciences and arts related to them.
Meetings are held at the Macon County Recreation Park Building, 1228 Georgia Hwy., Franklin, NC.Annual Show – October
Newsletter – The Mountain Gem
Monthly Meetings – Last Thursday of each month (except November and December) @ 6:30 PM

Source: Gem and Mineral Museum of Franklin North Carolina

Greensboro NC Gem and Mineral Club – GGMC Rockhounds

The Greensboro Gem and Mineral Club, Inc. was founded in 1954 and became a non-profit corporation in June 1999. The objectives of the Club are to promote interest and knowledge of gems, minerals, fossils, and Earth Sciences. It also provides instruction and information pertaining to rock-hounding and lapidary arts and crafts. These objectives are achieved through club field trips, classes, workshops, and regular Club meetings.

Greensboro Gem and Mineral Club – Greensboro, North Carolina

The objectives of the Greensboro Gem and Mineral Club are to promote interest and knowledge of gems, minerals, fossils, and earth sciences as well as to provide instruction and information about rock-hounding and the lapidary arts and crafts. These objectives are achieved through classes, workshops, field trips, and regular club meetings.
Meetings are held at the New Garden Friends Meeting Hall, 801 New Garden Rd., Greensboro, NC.Newsletter – The Piedmont Prospector
Monthly Meetings – First Monday of each month (except holidays) @ 7:00 PM

The objectives of the Greensboro Gem and Mineral Club are to promote interest and knowledge of gems, minerals, fossils, and earth sciences as well as to provide instruction and information about rock-hounding and the lapidary arts and crafts. These objectives are achieved through classes, workshops, field trips, and regular club meetings.
Meetings are held at the New Garden Friends Meeting Hall, 801 New Garden Rd., Greensboro, NC.Newsletter – The Piedmont Prospector
Monthly Meetings – First Monday of each month (except holidays) @ 7:00 PM

Source: Greensboro NC Gem and Mineral Club – GGMC Rockhounds

Henderson County Gem and Mineral Society

logoHenderson County Gem and Mineral Society – Hendersonville, North Carolina

Meetings are held at the Salvation Army Building, 239 3rd St., Hendersonville, NC.Annual Show – Septmber
Newsletter – High Country Gleamings
Monthly Meetings – Third Monday of each month (except December) @ 7:30 PM

Source: Henderson County Gem and Mineral Society

Southern Appalachian Mineral Society

The goals of the Southern Appalachian Mineral Society are to promote popular interest and education in the various earth sciences, in particular, mineralogy; to foster exchange of knowledge of lapidary techniques; and to promote good fellowship.
Meetings are held at Tuton Hall Community Center at the Deerfield Episcopal Retirement Community, 1617 Hendersonville Rd., Asheville, NC.

Newsletter – Mountain Mineral Monthly
Monthly Meetings – First Monday of each month (except January and September) @ 7:00 PM

Source: Southern Appalachian Mineral Society

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