Maps of Colorado
Each Order includes a .Zip File with up to 6 Printable State Map Includes:
County Maps & County Seat Map, Cities, Interstates, Highways and State Routes. The Maps also include Rivers and a Topographical Maps.
The North Jeffco Gem and Mineral Club promotes interest in minerals, gems, rocks and fossils. It also tries to improve and expand the use of outdoor resources and to foster a spirit of cooperation and understanding with other clubs and agencies with similar interests.
Meetings held at North Jeffco Community Recreation CenterAnnual Show – September
Monthly Meetings – 2nd Friday of the month at 7:30 pm
The Flatirons Mineral Club is a non-profit organization, established March 9, 1957, dedicated to developing and maintaining interest in all aspects of earth science and associated hobbies.
Meetings held at West Boulder Senior Center, unless otherwise stated. The Senior Center is at the intersection of 9th and Arapahoe, on the northeast corner. Enter the parking lot just west of the Boulder Public Library.Annual Show – December
Newsletter – Flatiron Facets
Monthly Meetings – second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m
Canon City Geology Club – Canon City, Colorado
Meetings held at the United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall Monthly Meetings – 2nd Monday, 7:30 PM (Except Jan And July)
CSMS is an incorporated, non-profit organization. We are a friendly group of people that enjoy sharing our common interests in rocks, minerals, fossils and the lapidary arts.
Meetings held at Colorado Springs Senior Center 1514 N. Hancock Ave. Colorado Springs, CONewsletter – Pick & Pack
Monthly Meetings – 7:30p every third Thursday except January & August; Juniors at 5:30p; Pebble Pups at 6:30p
Berthoud Hall, Room 108, Colorado School of Mines, on 16th between Maple and Illinois Street, Golden Colorado
Meetings held at Berthoud Hall, Room 108, Colorado School of Mines, on 16th between Maple and Illinois Street, Golden ColoradoAnnual Show – Feburary
Newsletter – Tips and Chips
Monthly Meetings – 2nd Friday of the month Sept-May 7:15pm
Meetings held at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Denver Museum of Nature and Science is located at 2001 Colorado Blvd. in Denver.Annual Show – February
Newsletter – FoM Newsletter
Monthly Meetings – 2nd Thursday, 7:30 Pm. (Jan.-May, Sept.-Nov.)
Gates Rock and Mineral Club – Denver, Colorado
Meetings held at Gates Rubber Company, 999 S. Broadway, Denver, CO.Monthly Meetings – 2nd Tuesday, 7:30 pm
Founded in 1947, the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club, Inc., a 501(c)(3)non-profit organization, provides a great opportunity to learn about the earth sciences and the lapidary arts.
Meetings held at Brookside Park, 2305 Main Avenue, Durango.Annual Show – July
Newsletter – Four Corners Newsletter
Monthly Meetings – 3rd Monday, 7:30 pm
Our members share a common interest in rocks and minerals. Areas of interest include lapidary work (cutting and polishing rocks, tumbling, and faceting gems), and jewelry making.
Meetings held at the Harmony Presbyterian Church, 400 East Boardwalk Drive, Fort Collins, 80525.Annual Show – March
Monthly Meetings – 3rd Monday of each month 7:00 PM
The Grand Junction Gem and Mineral Club, Inc, is a nonprofit, taxexempt, educational organization. Our purpose shall be exclusively educational and social: (a) to increase and disseminate knowledge of the earth sciences pertaining to minerals, gems, rocks, artifacts, and fossils and similar subjects; (b) to promote and perpetuate knowledge of the lapidary arts;: (c) to encourage field trips; (d) to encourage greater public interest and education in gems fossils and minerals, cooperating with established institutions in such matters.
Meetings held at our club building at 2328 Monument RoadAnnual Show – April
Newsletter – Leaverite News
Monthly Meetings – 2nd & 4th Thurs 6:30 p.m, except June – August then 4th Thurs 6:30 p.m. only
Weld Country Rock and Mineral Society – Greeley, Colorado
Annual Show – October
Monthly Meetings – 1st Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm
On August 10, 2008 The Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum hosted a special event drawing 20 micromineral enthusiasts for an afternoon of conversation and distribution of surplus micromineral materials. It was decided to continue meeting monthly. The monthly Association meetings, hosted by the Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum, are very heavily oriented towards the hands-on use of microscopes.
Meetings held at Colorado School of Mines Geology MuseumMonthly Meetings – Contact them for meeting times
Our club is centered geographically on one of the most intersting & exciting mineral collecting regions of the United States right here in Colorado.
Meetings held at the Lake George Community Center, located on the North side of US Highway 24 on the East side of town, sharing a building with the County Highway shops.Annual Show – August
Newsletter – Club News
Monthly Meetings – 2nd Saturday 10AM Nov-Apr, 9AM May-Oct
We promote the study of minerals and other geologic materials, to encourage mineral collecting as a hobby and to conduct public meetings, lectures, and field trips, and to engage in all activities which relate to said purposes of the organization.
Meetings held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church at 10th and Garrison.Newsletter – MINERAL MINUTES
Monthly Meetings – lst Friday, 7:30 Pm
The Littleton Gem & Mineral Club (LGMC) focuses on the enjoyment of finding, collecting, identifying, exchanging, and displaying gems, minerals, fossils and jewelry as a hobby.
Meetings held at the Columbine Hills Church, 9700 Old Coal Mine Avenue, Littleton, CO 80123.Annual Show – September
Monthly Meetings – 3rd Friday September thru May
The Longmont Gem and Mineral Club was established in 1977 as a nonprofit club for the purpose of creating and promoting an interest in and further knowledge of rocks, gems, minerals and fossils thru the use of monthly meetings, programs, field trips, and demonstrations.
Meetings held at the Messiah Lutheran Church 1335 Francis St. Longmont, Colo., 80501Newsletter – Jabberock
Monthly Meetings – 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm
Since 1947 the Columbine Gem and Mineral Society is a local organization of people who share interests in rocks and minerals, local travel, local geography and history.
Meetings held at the Meeting Room of the Mount Shavano Manor at 525 West 16th (at J street) in Salida, ColoradoNewsletter – Columbine Notes
Monthly Meetings – 6:30 PM, second Thursday of each month
Being in existence for more than a half century and having members with several hundred collective years of experience in the rock field, we love getting to-gether and sharing infor-mation, asking questions, and helping each other grow in the knowledge and love of rocks and minerals.
Meetings held at Westminster Presbyterian Church 10 University CircleMonthly Meetings – third Thursday of each month except June, July, and August at 7:30 P.M.
Columbine Gem and Mineral Society is Chaffee County, Colorado’s own rockhunting, fossil, artifact, lapidary and earth science club. Founded in 1947.
Meetings held at the Shavano in Salida.Newsletter – Rock Talk
Monthly Meetings – third Thursday of each month except June, July, and August at 7:30 P.M.
Mile Hi Rock & Mineral Society – Westminster, Colorado
Meetings held somewhere I would imagine…Monthly Meetings – 3rd Friday, 7:30 Pm.