Monday, June 12, 7:30pm @ Rockville Senior Center, 1150 Carnation Drive, Rockville, MD
Chuck Hyland, Disappearing rare gems and special stones in Tanzania and other regions of the world
Earth Processes Badge, sedimentary rocks
For over fifty years we have shared our excitement and knowledge of earth sciences, geology, mineralogy, paleontology (fossils), lapidary arts, and related subjects. Members represent a broad cross section of adults, juniors and families with all levels of expertise. Sharing this common interest, they enjoy the fun of collecting, studying, identifying, displaying, cutting, polishing, faceting, and sharing.
You need not have a degree in Earth Science or Geology! We have over 100 members with a variety of interests in earth sciences and lapidary arts. We are affiliated with the Eastern Federation of Mineralogical and Lapidary Societies, Inc. and the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies, Inc.
Our meetings typically have a few minutes of business and announcements, followed by a guest speaker. After a short break, we catch up on any remaining announcements followed by our members' show and tell table, and door prize drawings. We also have active junior programs (see meeting times below) for 10 to 15 year olds.
We adhere to the American Federation of Mineralogical Society Code of Ethics.
To increase knowledge and popular interest in earth sciences, geology, mineralogy, paleontology (Fossils), lapidary arts, and related subjects.
GEM, LAPIDARY, AND MINERAL SOCIETY OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MD.,INC.
P. O. BOX 444,
Rockville Senior Center
1150 Carnation Drive
Second Monday of each month except July and August.
If schools are closed due to weather we do not meet.
Junior program ages 10-15 in Sunroom 7:45pm-9pm.