Rock and Gem Clubs in the state of Arizona

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Apache Junction Rock & Gem Club Geological Society – Apache Junction, Arizona

We are a busy club offering field trips and two (2) social events during the winter season from October thru April in Apache Junction, AZ.
The society holds regular meetings at the Carefree Manor Mobile Home Park (1615 N. Delaware Drive in Apache Junction 85120)Annual Show – Around the begining of June
Newsletter – Rockhound Roundup
Monthly Meetings – 2nd Thursday of each Month September through April

Arizona City Gem and Mineral Society – Arizona City, Arizona

Meets at Senior Center Casa Grande AZ.Monthly Meetings – Last Thursday of each month time.

Black Canyon City Rock Club – Black Canyon City, Arizona

If your are interested in Rocks, Minerals, Gems, Mines, Geology, WireWrap, Field Trips, Gold Prospecting and other related physical sciences, join the Black Canyon City Rock Club. Membership is free to all! Anthem, Cleater, Desert Hills, New River, Phoenix, Pioneer, and Camp Verde people are welcome.Monthly Meetings – every third Thursday of the month at 5:00 to 7:00pm at the Black Canyon City Library.

Silvery Coloroado River Rock Club – Bullhead City, Arizona

Meetings of the Silvery Coloroado River Rock Club are held at the Shriner’s Club 2580 Miracle Mile Bullhead city, AZAnnual Show – Mid February
Monthly Meetings – Meets First Thursday of each month (October through June)at 6:00pm.

Mingus Gem and Mineral Club – Cottonwood, Arizona

The Mingus Gem & Mineral Club provides a forum for its members to practice gem/mineral/rock collecting, and lapidary of all kinds in a fun, congenial atmosphere.Since the presentation will vary greatly, some will include only a few of these components and some will involve a little of everything! After the program ends, the meeting is adjourned and we have refreshments and socializing. At this time everyone has the opportunity to ask questions, tell stories, discuss upcoming events or possible activities and make new friends.

Annual Show – Around the begining of March
Monthly Meetings – The Club meets the first Thursday of each month, except July and August at 5:30

Verde River Rockhounds, Inc – Cottonwood, Arizona

Meets at the american legion every 2nd Thursday of the month at 6:30pm, except July and August.

Flagstaff Gem & Mineral Society – Flagstaff, Arizona

the Flagstaff Gem & Mineral Society located in beautiful and picturesque Flagstaff, Arizona. We are a very active club with over 50 members
The Flagstaff Gem & Mineral Society meets each month at the Fort Tuthill Fairgrounds Rock Pavillion
Annual Show – In October
Monthly Meetings – first Thursday, 7 p.m.

Coconino Lapidary Club – Flagstaff, Arizona

The Coconino Lapidary Club meets the 4th Thursday of each month at the Koch Field Road Fire Station
Monthly Meetings – 7 pm, 4th Thursday of each month

Mohave County Gemstoners – Kingman, Arizona

Our site was established in 2008 and since then we have avidly followed our Code of Ethics. On top of that we provide up-to-date information on the other clubs events via our newsletter.Annual Show – In May
Newsletter – Little Gems
Monthly Meetings – 4th Monday of each month at 6:30 pm

Lake Havasu Gem & Mineral Society – Lake Havasu, Arizona

The Lake Havasu Gem & Mineral Society of Lake Havasu City, Arizona is a non-profit organization, dedicated to educating our members and the community about gems, minerals, and fossils.
Meetings are held at the: Mount Olive Lutheran Church Parish Center 2170 Havasupai Blvd. Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403Annual Show – November
Newsletter – Rocky Tales
Monthly Meetings – second Friday of the month, excluding June, July, and August @ 7:00pm

Gila County Gem and Mineral Society – Miami, Arizona

Located in the very heart of “Copper Country” in the town of Miami, Arizona, the Gila County Gem and Mineral Society was founded in 1956 by a small group of individuals who shared a love for rocks and minerals.The Globe-Miami area of Arizona is rich in mining history and continues to be a major source of copper, gold, silver and other mineralogical treasures such as turquoise, azurite, chrysocolla and many other rocks and minerals.
Meetings of the Gila County Gem and Mineral Society are held at the G.C.G.M.S.I. Club House, Live Oak St.

Annual Show – End of January
Monthly Meetings – First Thursday of each month club meeting 7:00 pm rest of the Thursdays are shop nights

Prescott Gem & Mineral Club – Prescott Valley, Arizona

At our monthly meetings, we have lectures, slide shows and videos on a variety of subjects of interest to members by outstanding guest speakers. Our club of over 200 members, ranging in age between 4 and 70 plus years young, are from the Quad-city and surrounding areas.
Meetings of the Prescott Gem & Mineral Club are held at the Moose Lodge 6501 East 6th Street Prescott Valley, AZ 86314Annual Show – Beginning of August
Newsletter – Rockhound Roundup
Monthly Meetings – First Saturday of each month at 9:30 A.M.

Payson Rimstones Rock Club – Payson, Arizona

Meetings of the Payson Rimstones Rock Club are held at the Payson Public LibraryAnnual Show – October
Monthly Meetings – 2nd Tuesday of each month/ 2:30PM – 5:00PM

Mineralogical Society of Arizona – Phoenix, Arizona

To promote popular interest in the various Earth Sciences, and particularly the fields of Geology, Lapidary, Mineralogy, Paleontology and related subjects.
Meetings of the Mineralogical Society of Arizona are held at the Church of the Beatitudes 555 W. Glendale Ave., Phoenix, AZ, 85021Newsletter – Rockhound Record
Monthly Meetings – Second Thursday of Month

Sunsites Gem & Mineral Club – Pearce, Arizona

We are a lapidary arts, paleontology, geology, gemology, rockhounding, and jewelry making club.
Meetings of the Sunsites Gem & Mineral Club are held at the Sunsites Senior Center.Newsletter – Rockhound Roundup
Monthly Meetings – Second Monday of each month Sept thru May 7:00pm

Quartzite Gem & Mineral Club – Quartzite, Arizona

The Quartzsite Roadrunner Gem & Mineral Club (QRGMC) is a premier gem and mineral club in the US. We are perhaps the largest club in both membership and in the availablility of equipment for learning all about the various methods of turning rocks and gemstones into jewelry. Our location in Quartzsite Arizona gives us access to some of the best rock hounding territory in the country.Monthly Meetings – Weekly on Thursday , 2:00 pm at the Quartzsite Improvement Association Meeting Hall

Sedona Gem & Mineral Club – Sedona, Arizona

club activities include exciting monthly field trips for many different rocks, fossils, and minerals, and a spectacular annual rock show held every October with a wide selection of vendors and materials to choose from, plus games for kids and and fantastic raffle prizes to boot!
The Sedona Gem & Mineral Club meets at the Sedona Library off of Dry Creek Road in West Sedona.Annual Show – October
Newsletter – Red Rocking News
Monthly Meetings – hird Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM

White Mountain Gem & Mineral Club – Show Low, Arizona

White Mountain Gem and Mineral Club meets at the VFW Hall 381 N Central Ave Show Low, AZ.Annual Show – Around the begining of June
Newsletter – Rock Talk
Monthly Meetings – 1st (2nd if 1st a holiday) Sunday of each Month at 1:00pm

Huachuca Mineral & Gem Club – Sierra Vista, Arizona

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Meetings are held at Cochise Community College 901 N. Colombo Ave Horace Steele Conference RoomAnnual Show – October
Newsletter – Huachuca Mineral Club Newsletter
Monthly Meetings – third Wednesday of each month, except July & December at 7:00pm

Sun Lakes Rock Gem & Silver Club – Sun Lakes, Arizona

We are a rockhounding and jewelry making club based in sun lakes, Arizona
Meetings of the Sun Lakes Rock and Gem Club are held at the Navajo Room Sun Lakes Phase IMonthly Meetings – 3rd Monday of each month(October – April)

Rockhounds West – Sun City West, Arizona

Rockhounds West will have a new website up soon, at which point, The-VUg.com will be happy to provide you with more information!
Meetings of the Rockshounds West Club meet at the Lecture Hall, RH Johnson Rec Center, Sun City West, AZMonthly Meetings – 9 AM Second Monday, October through April

Old Pueblo Lapidary Club – Tucson, Arizona

The Old Pueblo Lapidary Club serves its members with extensive club owned facilities, shops, equipment, classes, meetings, programs, library, field trips and the club’s newsletter, Cutting Remarks.Newsletter – Cutting Remarks
Monthly Meetings – 2nd Saturday of each month at 9:00 am

Tucson Gem and Mineral Society – Tucson, Arizona

Our Purpose is to encourage interest and study in geology, mineralogy, lapidary, and allied earth sciences. The Tucson Gem and Mineral Society, Inc. is a non-profit organization, founded in 1946 by a small group interested in the hobbies of mineral collecting and lapidary. In 1988 we were awarded the 1st Carnegie Mineralogical Award for creating a venue to promote, inform, and educate the mineral community.
Annual Show – Mid February
Monthly Meetings – Society meetings start at 7:30 p.m. They are usually held the first Monday of the month, except February (Monday the week of the annual Tucson Gem and Mineral Show™), June through August (potlucks), and September (second Monday due to the Labor Day Holiday)/a>

Wickenburg Gem and Mineral Society – Wickenburg, Arizona

We are a lapidary arts, paleontology, geology, gemology, rockhounding, and jewelry making club.
Meetings of the Wickenburg Gem and Mineral Society meets at Coffinger Park Building in Wickenburg, ArizonaMonthly Meetings – Second Friday of each month except July thru Sept 6:30pm

Country Roads Gem and Mineral Club – Yuma, Arizona

Meetings of the Country Roads Gem and Mineral Club are held at the Lapidary Shop 5707 E 32nd St. #1094Monthly Meetings – Second Wed. of each month Nov thur April 7:00pm

Yuma Gem and Mineral Society – Yuma, Arizona

We are a lapidary arts, paleontology, geology, gemology, rockhounding, and jewelry making club.
Meetings of the Yuma Gem and Mineral Society meet at the Community Christian Church, 6480 HiWay 95Monthly Meetings – 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month. No meetings during summer months

Source: Gem and Mineral Clubs Across the United States, the complete list

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