Source: Map of Oklahoma
The Ada Gem, Mineral and Fossil Club is an educational organization dedicated to the advancement and enhancement of rock, mineral, and fossil collecting; the study of local geology and earth science; the development of the lapidary arts; and the exchange of ideas, information, and comradery between individuals and other groups with similar interests and purposes.
Meetings are held at the Ada Public Library, 124 S. Rennie St., Ada, OK.Annual Show – March – April
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Monthly Meetings – Second Thursday of each month @ 7:00 PM
Enid Gem And Mineral Society – Enid, Oklahoma The purpose of the Enid Gem And Mineral Society is to promote the study and appreciation of rocks, gems, minerals and fossils. Meetings are held at the Hoover Building of the Garfield County Fairgrounds, in Enid, OK. Monthly Meetings – First Thursday of each month (except September and December) @ 7:00 PM
McCurtain Gem and Mineral Club – Idabel, Oklahoma The McCurtain Gem and Mineral Club is a non profit club to promote earth sciences – especially rocks, minerals, fossils, crystals and related crafts. Meetings are held at the Museum of the Red River, in Idabel, OK. Monthly Meetings – Third Tuesday @ 7:30 PM
The Oklahoma Mineral and Gem Society are earth science enthusiasts whose hobby is gems, minerals and fossils. Member interests include Paleontology, Fossil Collecting, Geology, Mineral Collecting, Lapidary Arts, Faceting, StoneCarving, Knapping, Gems, Gem Trees, Making Jewelry, including Channel Work, Silversmithing, Goldsmithing, Wire Wrap, Beads, and more.
Meetings are held at the Will Rogers Garden Exhibition Building, 3400 NW 36th, Oklahoma City, OK.
Source: Oklahoma Mineral and Gem Society