NIMC North Idaho Mineral Club

Welcome to the North Idaho Mineral Club web site. We support rockhounds in Coeur d’Alene, Sandpoint, Post Falls, Rathdrum, Priest Lake, Hayden and all regions of the North Idaho Panhandle with field trips, workshops and our annual Gem, Mineral, Rock and Jewelry Show. The general objectives of our club are to promote interest and education in the various earth sciences; especially geology, mineralogy, paleontology, lapidary and many related subjects. Most of all we have a good time doing this with friends who share interests and contribute to the benefit of all. The North Idaho Mineral Club is affiliated with the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies and the Northwest Federation of Mineralogical Societies.   Our mailing address is in Hayden, ID and we hold our monthly meetings in Coeur d’Alene, ID.

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    Guy Santucci

    Hi, Folks

    Not sure if you or any of your club members are interested in displaying or selling but here’s an invitation to our show. If you know of any other jewellery makers or vendors, rock hounds, mineral collectors or craftspeople that might be interested you may pass this on to them as well. We would like as much variation to the exhibits as possible.

    Thanks so much!
    Guy Santucci, Cranbrook History Centre.

    “You are cordially invited to participate in the Cranbrook History Centre’s first annual rock, fossil and mineral show. We hope to feature displays from exhibitors and vendors from the interior of B.C., southern Alberta and Washington, Idaho and Montana. Vendors, exhibitors and craftspeople that work with stone such as jewellers, artists etc. are invited to participate. There will be no charge for being an exhibitor or vendor, however donations will be gratefully accepted. (There will be an entry fee to the museum, but that would also include the purchaser to view our other displays. The train tours however are an addition cost.) The dates are Saturday and Sunday, November 2nd and 3rd. There would be allowances on the Friday night for set-up. If you are interested in participating please contact the Cranbrook History Centre at 250-489-3918 or e-mail at for further information. Tables and extension cords for lighting will be provided. Posters and advertising materials are welcome but cannot be attached to the walls of the hall as it is an historical building.”

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