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AMADOR COUNTY GEM & MINERAL SOCIETY
Sutter Creek, California
 

The Amador County Gem & Mineral Society, Inc., is a non-profit organization created to study mineralogy and geology and to collect minerals. Our mission is to practice lapidary arts and promote interest and appreciation in the earth sciences and allied subjects.



Join us for our
Annual Gem & Craft Show

May 5 & 6, 2018
at the
historic
KENNEDY MINE
12594 Kennedy Mine Rd
(off Hwy 49/88)
Jackson, California
Hours: 10 4 daily

You will find vendors offering colorful rocks, slabs, lapidary items, gemstones, hand crafted jewelry, clothing, arts and crafts, beads and findings, woodwork, and many other hand crafted items.
A fun and interesting event that your whole family can enjoy!


Kennedy Headframe

Kennedy Mine
Headframe
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The famous Kennedy Mine Headframe is right across the driveway from our Show. You'll also be able to see other historic structures on the grounds as well as a museum.

Meetings:
Program Meetings are held every other month on the 4th Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. and include a Program on a variety of related topics. Please contact us for additional information and schedule.

The Board Meeting is held after the Program Meeting.

Classes and Workshops:
Jewelry and Lapidary Classes and Workshops are regularly held at our Clubhouse. Please feel free to drop by to learn more about what is available. If you have questions just contact us .

CLASS & WORKSHOP SCHEDULE: 
Every Friday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.  Introductory instruction programs are available.

Gem & Craft Fair:
Our annual Gem and Craft Fair is held on the first weekend of May. You will find vendors offering colorful rocks, slabs, lapidary items, gemstones, hand crafted jewelry, clothing, arts and crafts, beads and findings, woodwork, and many other hand crafted items.

The show is held at a very special site: the Historic Kennedy Mine in Jackson, California. One of the tallest head frames in existence today is in full view of our show. Also, a museum is right next door. Other historic gold mining structures and buildings remain on the property to see.  The Kennedy's giant wooden Tailing Wheels can be visited just a few miles away. Our next Show will be held on May 5 and 6, 2018.

Amador County Fair:
We always look forward to seeing you each July at the Amador County Fair in Plymouth, California, when we host the Jewelry, Lapidary and Mineral Displays. You'll see beautiful displays including handcrafted jewelry, lapidary work, mineral collections and metalsmithing pieces. Come visit with us and learn more about this great hobby and our society.

This year's County Fair was held July 27-30, 2017, 18621 Sherwood Street, Plymouth, CA. The public is invited to submit display entries. More about the Fair 

Membership:
Yearly dues are: Adults  $15.00 or $25.00 per family. A non-member subscription to our newsletter is $10.00 per year. Please come to a meeting and pick up an application or request one by email and we will mail a form to you.

Affiliations:
CFMS Logo 
CFMS
www.cfmsinc.org
The Amador County Gem & Mineral Society is a member of the California Federation of Mineralogical Societies, Inc. (CFMS), one of seven regions of the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies (AFMS).  AFMS Logo
AFMS
www.amfed.org

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Amador County Gem & Mineral Society
P. O. Box 794
Sutter Creek, CA 95685-0794
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