Arizona's Oldest Mineral Society
MSA MEETING PROGRAM
MSA June meeting is limited (in-person meeting) at LGF Natural History Gallery in North Scottsdale.
CALENDAR ALERT: NO ZOOM DUE TO GALLERY STRUCTURE:
MSA’s June 10th program “LGF Gallery: Minerals, Fossils and Meteorites Oh My" will be presented by Mike Fleeman.
MSA June 10th meeting will be first in-person meeting since pandemic!
Meeting is limited to first (26) MSA members who register on-line.
Mike will provide guided tour of LGF Gallery showcasing various Mineral, Fossil and Materials from Outer Space as well as tools and weapons of early man. Mike always provides an epic program and this time live at his North Scottsdale Natural History Gallery.
Mike has been an avid collector of fossils, meteorites, petrified wood, minerals and Roman Byzantine weapons & tools, and many primitive and prehistoric human tools and weapons for over 30 years amassing a collection with more than 10,000 pieces. Mike is founder LGF Museum of Natural History and is dedicated to the driving force to bring a word-class International Museum of Natural History to Phoenix area. He has lived in Arizona for 26 years and is a successful entrepreneur and small business owner. Michael received his BS in Biology from University of Michigan, is a member of the Association of Applied Paleontological Sciences and is a member of Arizona Mineral Minions.
Mark your calendars for June 10th as Mineralogical Society of Arizona is delighted for Mike Fleeman to host our first limited seating in-person meeting!
Limited seating engagement: meeting limited to first (26) MSA members who register for in-person meeting.
NO ZOOM due to Gallery structure.
Address, check in time and directions will be sent in email when you register for the event.
Mineralogical Society of Arizona's purpose is to promote interest and education in Earth Science, and related fields.
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