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Welcome to the Arlington Gem and Mineral Club. We are a 300+ member institute dedicated to encouraging the study of earth sciences, lapidary arts, and other related fields, and to promoting the sharing of knowledge and skills with others. We are located in Arlington, Texas, in the heart of the Dallas / Ft. Worth metroplex. We also offer, upon request, speakers and displays on rockhounding and related topics for schools, libraries and other nonprofits. Submit articles to the Hounds-Tail Editor HERE Chrysocolla Just a reminder to renew your membership. You can download and print out your membership renewal form here. The Arlington Gem and Mineral Club is an affiliate of: The South Central Federation of the Mineral Societies and
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Austin Gem & Mineral Society Fun, Education, and Resources for Professionals, Enthusiasts, and Central Texans AGMS facility located at 6719 Burnet Lane, Austin Texas 512-458-9546 HomeNewsletterCalendarActivitiesLibraryAnnual ShowEducationGalleryContactsLinks Welcome to The Austin Gem and Mineral Society Where our motto is “Each One Teach One”, and Visitors are always welcome. (Refresh this page often to see the various specimens displayed to the right hand side.) THE HOBBY OF THE ROCKHOUND has many different aspects. We are collectors of minerals and fossils and craftsmen in many types of lapidary arts. Knowledge, skill, and areas of interest are the rock hound’s choice. Some of us are purists, who insist on doing all of our collecting and work in specialized fields; others go for variety and buy or trade for much of our collections. Some of us also enjoy showing our collections; competing with others or just showing for the pleasure it gives others or ourselves. Perhaps we can help you determine or expand your interest in rocks and the earth sciences. AGMS was formed in the mid to late 1950’s just for this reason. Austin Gem & Mineral Society (AGMS) AGMS is organized within the meaning of Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Membership Application for an example of club activities please view New Members Information for current functions please visit a club meeting. ByLaws Operating Procedures Please join us on April 9, 2016 for our 2016 ROCK SWAP click here for more info. Check out our field trips on the activities page. AGMS meets on the 4th Thursday of every month (except November and December) at 7:00 pm at our clubhouse located at 6719 Burnet Lane, Austin Texas. For more meeting information please click on the activities link located at the top and bottom of this page. A map is located on the contacts page for your convenience. Program information for each meeting may be found in our StoneChipper located under the newsletter tab at the top and bottom of this page. Visitors are always welcome to any of our meetings. Interested in learning more about our upcoming Gem Capers event? Please email dealer chairman with your questions. You can also visit the Annual Show page or Gem Capers on FACEBOOK page for more details. Please visit us on FACEBOOK.
Club members you can click on this logo for a printable copy to use in your display case. Affiliated with South Central Federation of Mineral Societies Welcome!! come in and sit a spell who we are: We are a non-profit rock hound club in Abilene, Texas. We enjoy all aspects of the lapidary hobby. We would like to have you to join our club and enjoy the hobby with us. We meet the first Monday night of each month except holidays. Our workshop is available to club members every Monday night except meeting nights. We meet at 7:00pm in a yellow building at Caps, TX, Hwy 277, 4.7 miles Southwest of Abilene. Come on out and enjoy! Visitors are Welcome any time. Note: If you don’t have experience with lapidary, but would like to learn, someone at the club will be glad to teach you. Read more about us: More About Us You can download an application for membership by clicking on the following link: Membership Application Map to Club House Contact us by postal mail at: Central Texas Gem and Mineral Society PO Box 7343 Abilene, TX 79608 or by email at: email@example.com
Chihuahuan Desert Gem & Mineral Club Message Now http://cdgmc.org/ MORE INFO About The Far West Texas Rock Club offers a way to find people who love rocks in the wonderful Big Bend area of Texas, share knowledge, and attend the April show General Information President: Paul Graybeal V.P.: Maria Lejeune Secretary: Carla Cavness Treasurer: Mary Brogan STORY Our club is a member of the South Central Federation, which is a member of the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies. This association is organized to promote education and share our interest in the various earth sciences. We hold an annual gem & mineral show the third weekend in April in Alpine, Texas.
WELCOME TO CLGMS The official site for the Clear Lake Gem and Mineral Society (CLGMS) located in Houston, Texas. PO BOX 891533, Houston, TX, 77289 This site is intended to give those individuals interested in rocks, minerals, faceting and lapidary, a source for information on the earth sciences and supporting organizations. The CLGMS is an active member of the greater Houston Community supporting local libraries, colleges and other educational institutions. September Meeting Next Meeting: November 21, 2016 Time: 7:30 PM Location: Clear Lake Park Bld. 5001 NASA ROAD ONE Seabrook, Texas Map of General Meeting Facility Field Trip Info Apply for a CLGMS Scholarship Web ring This site is a member of The Gems, Minerals and Fossils Web Ring. Previous 5 Sites | Skip Previous | Previous | Next | Skip Next | Next 5 Sites | Random Site | List Sites | Add your site ] Copyright Information The CLGMS logo at the top of page© 1978 that appears in the different publications each month is a trademark for the Clear Lake Gem and Mineral Society Membership Information Membership Dues: Adult $15.00, Junior $5.00 Family $20.00 [All at the same address]; Send Dues to: CLGMS, PO BOX 891533, Houston, TX, 77289
Dallas Gem and Mineral Society Dallas Gem and Mineral Society Rocks! SearchMain menu Skip to primary content WELCOME! About us History LOCATION MEMBERSHIP CONTACT US Newsletters Annual Gem & Mineral Show OFFICERS Photo Gallery Shop Agreement Semi-Annual Rock Swap Bench Tips 2015 Colorado Field Trip Equipment Manuals Links DGMS Scholarship FIELD TRIPS – (Do it yourself) Noteworthy Individuals CALENDAR Where can I sell my stuff? All Events WELCOME! LIKE us on Facebook Next Meeting: Tuesday, November 15, 2016 MEETINGS: 3RD TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH 7:00pm-9:00pm VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME! Visitors are strongly encouraged to visit the monthly meetings and to visit the Workshop during normal Shop hours! DGMS Workshop 10205 Plano Rd. Suite 105 Dallas, TX 75238 Click here for a map of our workshop & meeting location
Welcome to the Dallas Paleo Website The Dallas Paleontological Society was founded in 1984 for the purpose of promoting interest in and knowledge of the science of paleontology. It was intended by the founding members that the Society would be a network for the exchange of data between professionals and serious amateurs in this field. Next Meeting: Wednesday, November 9th The next DPS meeting will be on November 9th at 7:30 PM at the Brookhaven College Geotechnology Institute. Our speaker will be Don Esker, Ph D candidate at Baylor University and a DPS scholarship recipient. He will speak on phytoliths and tortoises at the Waco Mammoth National Monument. Remember to bring your donations for this years auction to this meeting! We hope to see you there.
Whether you enjoy going into a jewelry store or gem show and picking out a lovely finished piece, or collecting the material to make it yourself, it is all part of the same hobby. The Earth Sciences are a wide range of studies from Volcanism (study of volcanoes), Geology (the rocky parts of the Earth’s crust and it’s historic development), connected to this are Mineralogy, Petrology, Geomorphology, Paleontology (Pre-historic life/fossils), Structural Geology, Engineering Geology and Sedimentology. Our club touches on each of these, but it does so much more. It brings together novice and expert alike, who have the same interests. It gives members the opportunity to collect specimens, learn about how they are formed, and perhaps how to make them into wearable art. You don’t have to know anything about the Geo-sciences, just have an interest in any part of the hobby. Whether it be collecting, identification, wire-wrapping, faceting, or cabbing, there is something to pique almost everyone’s interest. ETGMS is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization with regular monthly meeting that are open to the public. We encourage people to become members of ETGMS. As a member you will receive our monthly newsletter, the Rock-N-Rose. Also you be able to attend club field trips, instructional workshops, classes, and sub-group meeting, like our Lapidary / Jewelry, Mineral, and Fossil groups monthly meetings. You will also get email updated on club activities. Any information on this sight may be duplicated for non-commercial use only. Credit must be given to the source. MEETINGS: We meet on the first Monday of each month, unless the date falls on a holiday, then the meeting is moved to the second Monday. Time: 6:45pm Place: The Discovery Science Place. 309 North Broadway, Tyler, TX. Just north of down town. (Map) Visitors Welcome American Federation of Mineralogical Societies.South Central Federation of Mineral SocietiesIf you have any suggestions or would like to add your club link, please contact: Webmaster: Lynn Metcalf Sign-Up and Login is Limited to Dues Paying Members of the
Home About Us Contact The School Field Trips Newsletter Welcome to the El Paso Mineral & Gem Society website. On our website you will be able to see when our monthly meetings are, as well as see which jewelry and lapidary classes are available. Our next meeting is Saturday October 15 at Sombra Antigua Vineyard, this is our annual club picnic from 12 pm to 4 pm. There will be a food truck and club members eat free, others will have to pay ~$10 per plate. Map to the vineyard below. + – View Larger Map
Ft Worth Gem & Mineral ClubA non-profit organization established in 1950 Welcome to our site! Club President: Carl Silvey Club Purpose: The purpose of this club is to delve into the study of geology, mineralogy, and the lapidary arts. We also strive to stimulate interest in the searching and collecting of minerals and fossils. Other Club Information: Meeting Information: Meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of every month. Social time starts at 7pm on meeting days, and the actual meeting itself starts at 7:30pm, unless stated otherwise in the newsletter. Membership Dues: Annual memberships are due January 1st. One Adult is $15. Family memberships are $20. For more details on membership, please us the contact us page and select “Get Membership Information” from the subject drop down menu. Membership Application: You can download the membership application form HERE. You will also need a hold harmless agreement for yourself & each member joining under you. You can obtain that form by clicking HERE. If you have children that will be attending trips, you will need a hold harmless agreement for them as well. You can obtain that form by clicking HERE. Simply download the forms, print them out and fill them in. Then at our next scheduled meeting, you can bring them with you along with your membership dues. You need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open this form. If you do not have it, you can download it free. Club Location: Our physical address is 3545 Bryan Avenue – Fort Worth, Texas 76110.
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