Arizona's Oldest Mineral Society
Friday April 3, Saturday April 4, and Sunday April 5
Celebrating 50 years of the Mineralogical Record
Micromount session 3 to 5 PM, Mineral sales from 5 to 9 PM
Light Breakfast 8 AM, talks from 9 AM to 4 PM with lunch and coffee breaks, followed by a Dinner at 6 PM with a speaker and auction of donated items. Program will include:
Anna Domitrovic – The Significance of Donations to the A.S.D.M.
Eric Fritz - UofA Museum update
Mark Marikos - Diamonds
Barbara Muntyan - Gallagher Mine
Mike Sanders - 5 Decades of Mineral Collecting in New Mexico
Frank Sousa - The World’s Largest Silver Nugget, Arizona Style
Doug Duffy - The Beauty of Lapidary
Tom Gressman (keynote speaker) – 50 Years of the Mineralogical Record
Sunday Program: TBA
Dealers: Friday evening 5 to 9 PM there will be a mineral sale with dealers selling in a separate room (6-8’ tables are available on a first come-first served basis at $75/table). Dealers may also sell on Saturday.
Registration: The registration fee ($45) includes: Saturday light breakfast, coffee breaks, Saturday lunch, and Symposium Proceedings. The Dinner (Mexican Buffet) on Saturday night is an additional $20.
Drury Inn - Chandler
1205 S. Price Road
(Junction of the 101 and the 202 in Chandler)
Mineralogical Society of Arizona's purpose is to promote interest and education in Earth Science, and related fields.
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