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    • 06/10/2022
    • 06/11/2022
    • Colorado (area)



    THIS TRIP HAS OFFICIALLY BEEN

    CANCELED

    NEW INFORMATION:

    I talked with Susan Dorris about our plans for the Smoky Hawk Mine.  I was informed about these important factors:

    1.  Friday June 10 is set for the topaz claim.  Each person (or family) is required to purchase at least one bag of gravel at $50 per bag.  The bag will contain topaz, smoky quartz as well as amazonite.  People can collect at the topaz claim all day.  Visiting this claim is not optional.  It is part of the trip, that is, if you sign up for the trip you are expected to collect/pay at the topaz claim.

    2.  Saturday June 11 is reserved for the Smoky Hawk Mine.  

    These are operational mines and are the only days available for visitors. We can accommodate 30 people on each claim; minimum is 20. The Smoky Hawk is free. 

    The road to the Smoky Hawk is strictly limited to 4WD.  The claim owner will meet us along the road to the claim.  If you do not have a 4WD vehicle you will not be allowed on the claim regardless of your personal experiences.  I was also advised that people with physical limitations should not put themselves at risk due to the high altitude of the claim and the uneven terrain.  If someone has a problem the claim owner will call a medical helicopter.  This is at the expense of the victim.  Children over the age of 10 are welcome but must be supervised by their parents.

    Instructions on safety and other items for each claim is on our website  pinnacle5minerals.com. Liability releases are also there and everyone has to sign one.

    There is no camping allowed on either of the claims.

    Due to the lack of feedback, these are the only places we will visit on this trip.



    • 06/16/2022
    • 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • LGF Natural History Gallery, North Scottsdale - Address Details @ Registration
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    LGF Gallery: Minerals, Fossils, Petrified Wood and (Touch Outer Space: fragments of the Moon, Mars and Meteorites) "
    Hosted by Mr. Mike Fleeman

    MSA June 16, 2022 Meeting will be held at LGF Natural History Gallery in North Scottsdale.


    JUNE meeting is on 3rd Thursday. 

    MEETING is In-Person Only at LGF Gallery in Scottsdale. 

    No Zoom.


    Mike will provide guided tour of LGF Gallery showcasing largest collection of world-wide petrified wood in Southwest, various Mineral, Fossil and your opportunity to (Touch Outer Space with fragments of the Moon, Mars and various meteorites) as well as tools and weapons of primitive humans.  Mike always provides an epic program and this time live at his North Scottsdale LGF 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 27 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 and register as Mineralogical Society of Arizona is grateful for Mike Fleeman to host our meeting at his spectacular galley!  


    Thank you, Mike for your support of Mineralogical Society of Arizona!


    Address, check in time and directions will be sent in email when you register for the event.


    Meeting starts at 7.30PM Arizona time.

    IN-PERSON MEETING ONLY.

    ZOOM NOT AVAILABLE.

    • 07/23/2022
    • 9:30 AM
    • 07/24/2022
    • 4:00 PM
    • Queen Mine in Bisbee and the GoodEnough-Toughnut Mines are in Tombstone
    Register


    MSA FIELD TRIP INFORMATION

    BISBEE & TOMBSTONE MINE TOURS

    BISBEE: THE QUEEN MINE TOUR
    July 23rd, 2022

    Photo by Kevin JohnsonOn this tour, you will board a mine train and descend 1,500 feet underground into what was once one of the richest copper mines in the history of the US.

    The Queen Mine opened in 1877 and discontinued mining operations in the mid-1970's. It opened again as a tour mine in 1976.

    The mining district in this area has approximately 2,500 miles of tunnels. 

    To read more about the Queen Mine and its history, please visit their website at www.queenminetour.com 

    Photo by Kevin Johnson.

    MEET TIME: 9.30 AM (meeting location will be sent @ registration). The Tour starts at 10.30 and you have to be there at least 30 minutes before the tour to check in.

    END TIME: The Tour lasts approximately 1 hour. At this time, the Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum is closed for visits. This would otherwise be included to be visited following the mine tour. The Museum also offers guided 'Historical Tours" of the town of Bisbee. We will keep you updated on the opening and services of the Museum. If anyone has any other suggestions for additional sites to visit in the afternoon, please feel free to contact the trip leader.

    LIMITED TRIP: Minimum of 10 participants and maximum of 30. 

    TRAVEL NOTE:  Please allow at least an additional 30 minutes more  than normal to get to the meeting spot.

    VEHICLE:  All vehicles will be able to go to this trip.

    SAFETY:  The Tour management advises face coverings at this time.  Bring water.

    RECOMMENDED: No open toe shoes or high heels, normal day hiking clothing.

    MATERIAL:  There is no mineral collection allowed on this tour.

    TRIP LEADER: Ken Elliott

    RSVP REQUIRED by 6PM on Friday, July 1st, 2021.

    MSA Members Only.

    TOMBSTONE: THE GOODENOUGH MINE TOUR
    July 24th, 2021

    This is a 45 minute fully narrated tour which takes you approximately 100 feet underground into the Goodenough Silver Mine.

    This mine has a history going back to the 1880's and is apart of 300 mile labyrinth of tunnels dug beneath Tombstone.

    The tour is an easy to walk through tour and has a well lit path and includes a 60 step stairway with handrails.  

    To read more about the Goodenough Mine and its history, please visit their website at www.goodenoughsilvermine.com

    Photo from the Goodenough tour website.

    MEET TIME: Time to be determined. Tours are offered every hour from 11.00 AM (meeting location will be sent @ registration). Please be there at least 30 minutes before the tour to check in.

    END TIME: The Tour lasts approximately 45 minutes.  If anyone has any other suggestions for additional sites to visit, please feel free to contact the trip leader.

    LIMITED TRIP: Minimum of 10 participants and maximum of 30. 

    TRAVEL NOTE:  Please allow at least an additional 30 minutes more  than normal to get to the meeting spot.

    VEHICLE:  All vehicles will be able to go to this trip.

    SAFETY:  The Tour management advises face coverings at this time.  Bring water.

    RECOMMENDED: No open toe shoes or high heels, normal day hiking clothing.

    MATERIAL:  There is no mineral collection allowed on this tour.

    TRIP LEADER: Ken Elliott

    RSVP REQUIRED by 6PM on Friday, July 1, 2022.

    MSA Members Only.

    TOMBSTONE: THE TOUGHNUT MINE TOUR
    July 24th, 2021

    This is a 2-3 hour tour with an approximately 1/2 mile hike that takes you 200-250 feet underground into the Toughnut Mine. Well informed guides lead you through this underground adventure.

    During this tour you will encounter wooden ladders to climb and small passages to crawl through. (A person needs to be in reasonably good shape for this tour)

    To read more about the Toughnut Mine and its history, please visit their website at www.goodenoughsilvermine.com

    Photo by Kevin Johnson.

    MEET TIME: Time to be determined. Tours are offered every hour from 11.00 AM (meeting location will be sent @ registration). Please be there at least 30 minutes before the tour to check in.

    END TIME: The Tour lasts approximately 2-3 hours.  

    LIMITED TRIP: Maximum of 10 participants. 

    TRAVEL NOTE:  Please allow at least an additional 30 minutes more  than normal to get to the meeting spot.

    VEHICLE:  All vehicles will be able to go to this trip.

    SAFETY:  The Tour management advises face coverings at this time.  Bring water.

    RECOMMENDED: Durable clothing and hiking boots suitable for climbing and crawling.

    MATERIAL:  There is no mineral collection allowed on this tour.

    TRIP LEADER: Ken Elliott

    RSVP REQUIRED by 6PM on Friday, July 1, 2022.

    MSA Members Only.

    Hope to see you there!

    Stan Celestian

    2022 MSA Field Trip Coordinator


    • 10/01/2022
    • 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • East of Payson (Trip Details Emailed After Registration)
    Register




    MSA FIELD TRIP INFORMATION

    DIAMOND POINT QUARTZ

    MSA MEMBERS ONLY

    MEET TIME: 9:30 AM outside Payson (meeting location will be sent after registration)

    END TIME: The trip will end by 3PM or whenever you want to depart.

    LIMITED TRIP: No Limit

    TRAVEL NOTE: Please allow at least 1/2 hour more time than normal to get to the meeting spot. The delays may not be noted on the state of Arizona highway condition website.

    VEHICLE: Almost any vehicle can make this trip.

    TRIP DEMAND LEVEL: Easy to Moderate 

    SAFETY:  Arrive with full tank of Gas and Good Tires.  Safety Glasses, Gloves, and Personal PPE.  Please bring a whistle in case we need to find you or gather up the participants.

    LIST OF TOOLS NEEDED: Rake, Small Shovel, Sifter, Rock Hammer, Large Shovel, Sledge Hammer.

    RECOMMENDED: Sunscreen, Hat, Water, Lunch, Bug Spray, Bucket, First Aid Kit, Sturdy shoes or boots, and normal day hiking items.

    MATERIAL: Quartz like Herkimer Diamonds from New York

    TRIP LEADER: Chris Whitney-Smith

    RSVP REQUIRED by Thursday @ 6 PM - MSA Members Only

    CANCELLATION: Trip Leader can cancel the field trip due to low participation (under 5 members RSVP) or weather or road conditions.  


    These are the sort of crystals we will hopefully find.  The biggest (in the back) is about two inches long.  The have nice sharp crystal faces are are all nearly complete and doubly terminated.  Most of the imperfections on these crystals are contact points.  Places the crystal grew -in contact - with the pocket or other crystals.  You will find lots of broken crystals and fragments, but this is what you strive to find.

    This is a close up view of a rhombohedral (pyramidal) faces.  These are little bumps called growth hillocks.  They are fairly common on quartz crystals and especially those from Diamond Point.  They are best seen when light is reflected from the rhombohedral faces.  Here is a link to some more information on quartz crystal faces.     http://www.quartzpage.de/crs_forms.html

    Amethyst crystals have also been found at Diamond Point.  Although not common, they are always a welcome find.  This picture also shows where the crystals were originally found, i.e., in pockets within the limestone.  Just by wandering around the forest you may find a few crystal loose at the surface.  These crystals were formed in the pockets, but being more durable than the limestone and calcite (also found in the pockets) they survive weathering and erosion to accumulate at the surface.  Obviously, there were more common years ago, but by careful searching, the collector will be able to find some.

    This is a clear quartz crystal in a pocket with calcite crystals.  Normally it is better to collect "matrix" specimens, although the matrix (limestone) in this sample is just a little too big.  This one was obtained by breaking a limestone boulder.  (Bring a big hammer.)

    Keep your eyes open for these little critters.  This is the GREATER SHORT-HORNED LIZARD - Phrynosoma (Tapaja) hernandesi.  They are harmless and interesting to look at and photograph.  This one looks a little irritated with me.  (I think they always look a little bit miffed.)


    • 11/01/2022
    • Arizona

    TENTATIVE FIELD TRIPS - The specific dates are not yet available.

    • 12/02/2022
    • 8:30 AM
    • 12/04/2022
    • 5:00 PM
    • Meet Up Location @ Registration




    MSA FIELD TRIP INFORMATION

    RED CLOUD & NORTH GERONIMO MINES


    MEET TIME: 8:45 AM, Friday, December 3, 2021 (meeting location and trip details will be sent via email after registration)

    END TIME:  Day trip or overnight based on attendee desires.

    TRIP DETAIL:  Trip is planned as an overnight trip starting early on Friday, Dec 3rd and returning on Saturday, Dec 4th or Sunday, Dec 5th.  It is up to you if you want to stay overnight Friday or Saturday.  

    LIMITED TRIP: No Limit 

    FEE's:  Red Cloud collecting Fee's (see below).  

    TRAVEL NOTE: Please allow at least 1/2 hour more time than normal to get to the meeting spot. The delays were not noted on the state of Arizona highway condition website.

    VEHICLE: Higher Clearance vehicles required.  2WD okay and 4WD recommended.

    SAFETY:  *** No Carpooling being arranged ***  

    RECOMMENDED:  

    ·        Red Cloud/Mines: rock hammer, chisels, 3-5 lb sledgehammer, hard hat, safety glasses, gloves, long pants, long sleeve shirts, collecting container/bucket.  Sturdy shoes or boots and normal day hiking items.  Sunscreen, hat, extra water. 

    ·        Fluorescent Hunting: portable UV lamps or lights. 

    ·        North Geronimo (limit number of collectors and physical condition): headlamp as well as hard hat.  (Charged up batteries for headlamp)

    MATERIAL: Wulfenite, Fluorescents, Vanadinite, Fluorite, Calcite 

    CO-TRIP LEADERS: Chris Whitney-Smith (MSA) and Bill Freese (DMRMC)

    RSVP REQUIRED: By Wednesday, December 1, 2021 @ 6 PM.


    Red Cloud Mine 2020, Steve Kaminski photo.

    Wulfenite, Red Cloud Mine, Chris Whitney-Smith photo.

    MSA at Red Cloud Mine 2020, Chris Whitney-Smith photo.


    Our first trip in December is to the world-famous Red Cloud Mine for Wulfenite and fluorescents, just north of Yuma.  This is a joint-club trip with our friends of Daisy Mountain Club. Trip is planned as an overnight trip starting early on Friday, Dec 3rd and returning on Saturday, Dec 4th or Sunday, Dec 5th.  It is up to you if you want to stay overnight Friday or Saturday.  It is about a 3-hour trip to the meeting spot and another hour-half to the mine.  You have the option of staying at a hotel in Yuma on Thursday and then it is only a 45-minute drive to the meeting spot on Friday morning.  

    Here are the important points to be aware of:

    1. Meet-Up ONLY on Friday, December 3rd between 8:45-9:00AM and Depart for Mine at 9:00 AM SHARP. 

    Meet Up Location: (meeting location and trip details will be sent via email after registration)

    2. The cellular coverage is spotty at best and non-existent in some locations, so do not rely on that for communication.  Quartzsite and Yuma are good, but between that is a crap shoot.

    3. This is intended as an overnight trip for those who desire, with tent camping at the mine site (an RV doesn't' have a prayer getting there and back). You're free to head home or to a hotel (nearest is in Yuma) after collecting, but it is highly advised that you plan to be at least back to Martinez Lake by dusk. You can also make it a long one day there and back trip or book a motel room in Quartzsite or Yuma.  Entirely up to you but some of us will be camping for at least one night. 

    For those who camp overnight Friday and/or Saturday, plan is for late afternoon gathering for dinner and hang out by fire bowl.  Bring your grub, drink, and chairs…maybe warm clothes.

    If you stay the night or until after dark, Red Cloud is an excellent night collecting spot for fluorescent minerals so bring your portable UV lights.

    4. From the meet up spot to the mine is another 16 miles and takes a full hour and a half (or more). The last 14 miles are off-road with both rocky and sandy areas. 
    High Clearance is REQUIRED.  2WD okay, but 4WD recommended. Do not even think about trying to take an RV or trailer from the lake to the mine. As someone from another club found out the hard way as you will get stuck. 

    5. Ride sharing is not being coordinated for this trip.

    6. Red Cloud is open to the public, so this trip is not limited to just dues-paying members. Feel free to invite rockhounding friends.  

    7. Red Cloud is also private property, not just a claim on federal land, so behave and follow any rules or instructions the mine manager tells you.  GOLDEN RULES apply.

    8. See below for fee info including the extra fee (and gear required) to collect at the North Geronimo. Cash only and bring extra cash. Roger will likely have specimens from both mines for sale, at discounted prices, which are better quality than you're likely to find.

    9. Please RSVP to me by Wednesday, December 1st with how many people in your group if you're planning to meet at the meetup spot on Friday, December 3rd so we know to expect you and include your cell number and vehicle description.    

    As always, text or email if you have any questions. Chris Whitney-Smith at 602-405-1502 or ask.chrisws@yahoo.com

    RECOMMENDED: 

    • Red Cloud/Mines: rock hammer, chisels, 3-5 lb sledgehammer, hard hat, safety glasses, gloves, long pants, long sleeve shirts, collecting container/bucket.  Sturdy shoes or boots and normal day hiking items.  Sunscreen, hat, extra water. 
    • Fluorescent Hunting: portable UV lamps or lights. 
    • North Geronimo (limit number of collectors and physical condition): headlamp as well as hard hat.  (Charged up batteries for headlamp)

    FEES:

    Red Cloud, collecting in the tailing piles and in the pit rubble:  $35 per person per day.  No bucket limit as long as it's reasonable and you keep what you find.  There may be other fees for collecting in other areas.  Roger (the mine manager) is a great guy and will try to accommodate other requests.

    Bring hard hats if you have them. If not, he has some available. Hard hats will only be required at Red Cloud if you are digging on the shelves in the pit, or you at the bottom when people are digging on the shelves above you. Falling rock hazard if you haven't guessed.

    North Geronimo: (for a brief period known as the Pure Potential):  Roughly a mile from Red Cloud, under the same ownership. Very, very well known for exceptional vanadinite.  $55 per person per day, firm and may not be combined with Red Cloud fees, and no more than 5 people in the mine at the same time. Keep what you find.

    North Geronimo is underground collecting only, there are no tailing piles. He considers it a very safe mine to be in, but hard hats with attached lights are absolutely, positively 100% required (charge up your light batteries).  Don't assume Roger has spare lights.  Hard hats and lights are cheap at Home Depot.

    The kicker: you must be physically fit The mine is not deep, but it is small and cramped compared to other underground mines. The opening is small, I'm guessing no more than 3 feet by 3 feet through the steel grate covering the shaft. The first ladders are vertical and drop for 20 feet to a platform, then there's another 40 feet of ladder down the incline shaft (approx. 30 degrees incline). Total depth is about 60 feet.  Roger recommends that gear be lowered and raised by rope down the first 20 feet. Vertical ladder climb up and out of North Geronimo can be strenuous.

    Roger will also have specimens available for sale from both mines, at wholesale prices so bring extra cash if you want to buy. Prices will range from $10 into the hundreds depending on what it is and the quality and size.

    Oh, and one last thing and it's important: Roger and the property owner are bringing in an excavator and plan to turn over the tailing piles and the crap in the pit before we get there. This will expose fresh material and is part of the reason the prices have increased.  Diesel for the excavator ain't' cheap.





Past events

05/21/2022 Fossils in the Pennsylvanian Naco Formation
05/19/2022 MSA Monthly (In-Person & Zoom) Meeting: May 19, 2022 - "The Science & Art of Fluorescent Mineral Displays: Designing the Fluorescent Mineral Display at the UArizona Alfie Norville Gem & Mineral Museum” Presented by Mr. George V. Polman
05/07/2022 Luna Agate
04/21/2022 MSA Monthly (In-Person & Zoom) Meeting: April 21, 2022 - "Bisbee - America's Mineral Locality", Richard W. "Dick" Graeme III, King and Keeper of Bisbee's Legacy” Presented by Mr. Les Presmyk and Mr. Mark Hay
04/03/2022 MSA FIELD TRIP: CAMP VERDE
03/17/2022 MSA Monthly (In-Person & Zoom) Meeting: March 17th 2022 - "Identifying Critical Mineral Resources in New Mexico” by Dr. Virginia “Ginger” McLemore
03/05/2022 MSA FIELD TRIP: BLUE BALL MINE
02/17/2022 MSA Monthly (In-Person & Zoom) Meeting: February 17th 2022 - "Hidden Treasures at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles (NHMLA)" by Mr. Stan Celestian
01/22/2022 Chilito Mine
01/13/2022 ** UPDATE: MSA Monthly (ZOOM MEETING ONLY) - January 13, 2022 - "African Mineral Safari” Presented by Jeff Scovil
01/07/2022 49th Annual Flagg Gem & Mineral Show 2022
12/26/2021 Round Mountain Arizona CANCELED!
12/03/2021 MSA FIELD TRIP: RED CLOUD MINE (Overnight Trip)
11/18/2021 MSA Monthly (In-Person & Zoom) Meeting - November 18, 2021 - "Fluorescence in Petrified Wood” Presented by Mike Fleeman
11/13/2021 Chilito Mine Field Trip
11/07/2021 Date Creek Quartz
10/21/2021 MSA Monthly (In-Person & Zoom) Meeting - October 21, 2021 - "Mineralogy of Arizona-Fourth Edition” Presented by Dr. Raymond Grant
10/08/2021 Searles Lake California CANCELLED - Again...
10/02/2021 MSA FIELD TRIP: DIAMOND POINT (QUARTZ)
09/25/2021 FIELD TRIP: Mingus Mountain Banded Iron Formation (Saturday, September 25, 2021)
09/16/2021 MSA Monthly (In-Person & Zoom) Meeting - September 16, 2021 - "Quartz – Another Mineral Arizona Should Be Famous For” Presented by Mr. Les Presmyk
08/21/2021 13th Annual Gilbert Fine Mineral Sale 2021
07/24/2021 MSA FIELD TRIP: BISBEE & TOMBSTONE MINE TOURS
06/10/2021 MSA Monthly Meeting - June 10, 2021 - “LGF Gallery: Minerals, Fossils and Meteorites Oh My" by Mr. Mike Fleeman
06/05/2021 Panning for Gold
05/26/2021 DoBell Ranch Petrified Wood
05/20/2021 MSA Monthly Meeting - May 20, 2021 - “Laser Stimulated Fluorescence from Earth to Mars" by Mr. Tom Kaye
05/01/2021 Dave Haneline Mine (formerly Blue Owl Mine)
04/24/2021 PALEO SITE FOSSIL COLLECTING
04/08/2021 MSA Monthly Meeting - April 2021 - "Rock Candy" by Mr. Stan Celestian
04/07/2021 2021 Tucson's Gem and Mineral Shows
03/27/2021 MSA FIELD TRIP: CHILITO MINE
03/14/2021 MSA FIELD TRIP: BLUE CUBE, PRISM & SPECTRUM MINES
03/11/2021 MSA Monthly Meeting - March 2021 - "Gold: A journey from the Big Bang to the forest of the Amazon" By Dr. Terry Wallace Jr.
03/06/2021 2021 Apache Junction Rock Sale
03/06/2021 MSA FIELD TRIP: BLUE BALL MINE
02/27/2021 MSA FIELD TRIP: PLANET MINE
02/18/2021 MSA Monthly Meeting - February 2021 - "TEN TALL TRUE TALES Plus One" By Mr. Bob Jones
01/30/2021 MSA FIELD TRIP: ANDERSON MINE
01/21/2021 MSA Monthly Meeting - January 2021 - “Crystalline Eye Candy” presented by Jeff Scovil
12/19/2020 MSA FIELD TRIP: RED CLOUD MINE (Overnight Trip)
12/06/2020 POSTPONED: Mineralogical Society of Arizona - Founder's Day Show - Celebrating MSA's 85th Birthday
11/21/2020 CANCELED: MSA FIELD TRIP: CAMP VERDE SALT MINE
11/21/2020 CANCELED - MSA FIELD TRIP: ANDERSON MINE (Overnight Trip)
11/19/2020 MSA Monthly Meeting - November 2020 - 'Behind the Scenes of the New UA Alfie Norville Gem and Mineral Museum' Presented by Mr. Eric Fritz
11/14/2020 POSTPONED UNTIL JAN or FEB 2021: MSA FIELD TRIP: AQUARIUS MTS
10/17/2020 MSA FIELD TRIP: CHILITO MINE
10/10/2020 MSA FIELD TRIP: DIAMOND POINT (QUARTZ)
10/08/2020 MSA Monthly Meeting - October 2020 - 'Arizona's Kartchner Caverns State Park' Presented by Mr. Bob Jones
09/26/2020 MSA FIELD TRIP: PAYSON FOSSILS
09/17/2020 MSA Monthly Meeting - September 2020 - "Cleaning and Mineral Prep 101 - Why Do We Clean and Trim Specimens?” Presented by Mr. Les Presmyk
07/11/2020 23rd Gem, Mineral and Fossil Show - Lakeside
06/11/2020 CANCELLED EVENT - MSA Monthly Meeting - June 2020
05/29/2020 CANCELLED EVENT _ Coconino Lapidary Club Annual Show
05/14/2020 CANCELLED EVENT _ MSA Monthly Meeting - May 2020
05/02/2020 CANCELLED EVENT _ Mohave County Gemstoners - Annual Show
04/18/2020 CANCELLED EVENT _ Rocks in the Park - Verde River Rockhounds
04/09/2020 CANCELLED EVENT - MSA Monthly Meeting - April 2020
04/03/2020 CANCELLED EVENT - 2020 Minerals of Arizona 28th Annual Symposium
03/28/2020 CANCELLED EVENT - AZ Mining, Mineral and Natural Resources Education Museum's 2nd Public Outdoor Event
03/21/2020 2020 Anthem Gem & Mineral Show - CANCELLED
03/14/2020 Touch Outer Space and Pinal Gem and Mineral Show
03/12/2020 MSA Monthly Meeting - March 2020 CANCELLED - NEW TBD
02/29/2020 Apache Junction - Jewelry, Gem & Rock Show
02/20/2020 MSA Monthly Meeting - February 2020
02/13/2020 Tucson Gem and Mineral Show
01/09/2020 MSA Monthly Meeting - January 2020
01/01/2020 Arizona Gem Shows - Quartzsite, AZ

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