phoenix heritage gem & Mineral Show
November 5-6, 2022
Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport
427 N 44th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008
Mineralogical Society of Arizona
Arizona's Oldest Mineral Society
MISSION STATEMENT: The Mineralogical Society of Arizona (MSA), a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting popular interest and education in Earth Science, and related fields (Geology, Mineralogy, Paleontology, and Lapidary arts); to foster a fellowship among individuals interested in Earth Science and enable our members to better identify materials we collect, and how to display or further process these materials; to teach all generations about rocks, minerals, fossils, and what can be done with them, and be collaborative in community of groups with similar interests to our Society.
Show Hours: Saturday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and Sunday: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
General public is welcome.
Admission $1.00 CASH. ATM on Site. Children 12 years and under are FREE with paying adults.
Parking available at the hotel, enter through the Hotel Lobby.
Mark your calendars for MSA's 2nd Mineral & Gem Show in a well appointed air-conditioned hotel for a quality two day weekend show. MSA's Show boasts fantastic lighting with several well-known mineral vendors along with a Geode Cracking Booth and MSA Spinning Wheel .
PHGMS FEATURED DISPLAYS
To be Announced.
WULFENITE "Official AZ Campaign Wulfenite", Red Cloud Mine, 3.9cm, La Paz County, Arizona, USA; Evan Jones Collection, Jeff Scovil Photo. “Wulfenite featured on MSA's 2nd Show poster is Wulfenite used in campaign to help make Wulfenite the Official State Mineral of Arizona proving that WULFENITE IS LOVED!"
The 2nd Phoenix Heritage Gem & Mineral Show expanding into three ballrooms and well on way to reclaiming the former glory of MSA's Phoenix Gem & Mineral Show presence in the Heart of Arizona.
RSVP AS VISITOR HERE
PHGMS DINNER EVENT
The Mineralogical Society of Arizona is hosting a Saturday Night Program on Saturday, November 5th that includes Dinner, Special Program Speaker, with Silent & Live Auctions for an additional fee.
· DINNER FEE $43.00 per person (Non-Refundable).
· Italian Dinner (Lasagna ala Bolognese).
· Keynote Speaker Daniel Ulibarri debut talk about La Morita Wulfenite Project
· Live and Silent Auctions!
· DEADLINE TO REGISTER & PAY FOR SATURDAY NIGHT DINNER & PROGRAM: Monday, October 31, 2022 *
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2022 NIGHT EVENT STARTS AFTER SHOW CLOSE AT 5:00PM WITH CASH BAR AT RADISSON LOUNGE.
CLICK FOLLOWING LINK to REGISTER & PAY:
DINNER EVENT REGISTRATION HERE
SPECIAL HOTEL RATE
The Mineralogical Society of Arizona has Special Hotel Rate at Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport.
· SPECIAL HOTEL RATE: $109.00 and Does Not include breakfast, taxes or fees.
· Includes Free overnight parking ($10.00 value) and must request parking pass for vehicle windshield at time of check in.
· Hotel Sky Harbor Airport Shuttle available.
· DEADLINE TO BOOK HOTEL: Monday, October 31, 2022 *
· Booking Hotel after October 31, 2022, attendees can book at regular hotel rate.
· CLICK FOLLOWING SPECIAL MSA LINK to BOOK HOTEL, REGISTER & PAY:
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As more information becomes available this site will be updated.
SHOW VENDOR DEALERS
Participating in MSA's Phoenix Heritage Gem & Mineral Show is by invitation only.
If you are interested in becoming a Retail Dealer at MSA's First Annual Phoenix Heritage Gem & Mineral Show, please email the Show Committee requesting an invitation. See more information here.
We look forward to seeing you at MSA's 2nd debut of
Phoenix Heritage Gem & Mineral Show!
Chris Whitney-Smith, Show Chair
Anna Seedhill, Vendor Chair
Steve Kaminski, Saturday Night Program Chair
Carlie Murphy, Registration & Volunteers Chair
Bob Jones, Honorary Show Co-Chair
Jeff Scovil - Honorary Show Co-Chair & Photographer
Shirley Fiske - Special Exhibits Chair
Julia Galvan - Membership Chair
Vicki Huntman - Secretary, Venue Liaison & Co-Volunteers Chair
Bob Holm & Elyse Campbell - MSA Spinning Wheel Co-Chairs
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