Dave Swartz will be giving an exciting presentation on faceting tonight – don’t miss it. For tonight’s competition, the JALAF for this evening is “Mostly Black.” Bring out your obsidians, tuxedo agates, jets, and other ebony stones for all to see. Share this:Read more
Whether you're a gemology or geology professional or just a kid who likes pet rocks
If you look for unpolished jewels in unexpected places ... if you can't resist a good treasure hunt ... If you dig hiking and would hike to dig ... If you are interested in the art of jewelry making ...If you are interested in geology and earth sciences .... or if you just plain LOVE rocks ...
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The Lubbock Gem and Mineral Society is dedicated to furthering the study of Geology and Earth Sciences in the West Texas region. Our membership ranges from retirees all the way to toddlers -- and we always enjoy learning and providing quality educational experiences for our members and the community at large. If you're interested, please browse our site. You are welcome to attend a meeting the first Tuesday of any month for free! Don't be shy -- we are glad to have you.
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Don't forget to visit our next Meeting
on the First Tuesday of next month at Forrest Heights Methodist Church in Lubbock! You don't have to be a member to attend - visitors are welcome.
The South Plains Fair will be from September 23rd to October 1st this year. As usual there is a Crafts and Hobbies section for those interested in displaying their crafts and possibly winning an award for their skills. In Division 60 – Jewelry there are seven categories. 6000 – Belt Buckles 6001 – Bolo 6002 […]Read more