May 3-5—SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA: 


Wholesale and retail show; Gem Faire Inc; Scottish Rite Center, 6151 H St; Fri. 12-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; $7 weekend pass; fine jewelry, precious and semi-precious gemstones, millions of beads, crystals, jewelry repair, cleaning and ring sizing ; contact Yooy Nelson, (503) 252-8300; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 3-5—MCPHERSON, KANSAS: 

Annual show; McPherson Gem and Mineral Club; McPherson County Fairgrounds, 710 W. Woodside; Fri. 9-6, Sat. 9-6, Sun. 10:30-3; free; free rock identification, raffles, and activities for kids; contact Alan Hedrich, 761 4th Ave., Inman, KS 67546, (620) 747-2265




May 3-5—KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN: 

Annual show; Kalamazoo Geological and Mineral Society; Kalamazoo County Expo Center, 2900 Lake Street; Fri. 4-8, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; adults $4, free for children 12 and under ; 60th show, occupying 40,000 sq. ft. of space, hands on activities, lectures and demonstrations ; contact Wrifton Graham, (269) 615-7073; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 4-5—CINCINNATI, OHIO: 

Annual show; Cincinnati Mineral Society, Cincinnati Dry Dredgers; Sharonville Convention Center, 11355 Chester Road; Sat. 10-7, Sun. 11-5; Adults $9, $12 two-day pass; $3 for children. Free admission for scouts in uniform and teachers with ID with one paid adult admission. ; contact Terry Huizing, 5341 Thrasher Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45247, (513) 574-7142; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 4-5—KINGMAN, ARIZONA: 

Annual show; Mohave County Gemstoners; Kingman Academy of Learning, 3420 N Burbank; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-4; free admission; Featuring hand crafted jewelry and art, turquoise, fire agate, many slabs and cabs in a range of prices will be offered; educational displays, silent auction and door prizes, and numerous activities for children; contact Mary Gann, 928-757-8121; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 4-5—TOPSFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS: 

Annual show; North Shore Rock & Mineral Club; Topsfield Fairgrounds, Coolidge Hall and Trade Building, Rte. 1A, ; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 10-4; adults $6 (save $1 with presentation of ad), seniors $4, free admission for children under 12; retail and wholesale dealers. minerals, fossils, beads, gem stones, jewelry, lapidary, mineral and fossil identification, and hands-on activities; contact Joe Weisberg, 29 Justin St., Lexington, MA 02420, (781) 861-6653; Email: mw29[email protected]; Website

May 4-5—ROSEBURG, OREGON: 

49th Annual Show - ; Umpqua Gem and Mineral Club; Douglas County Fairgrounds, 2110 Frear Avenue, I-5 exit 123; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 10-4; free; contact Janet Stringfellow; Email: [email protected]

May 4-5—WACO, TEXAS: 

Annual show; Waco Gem And Mineral Club; Extraco Events Center (General Exhibits Building), 4601 Bosque Blvd; Sat. 9-6, Sun. 10-5; $5 for anyone over the age of 10, and $1 for children 10 and under ; 59th annual show, vendors offering precious stones, geodes, crystals, fossils, rare minerals, jewelry, plus demonstrations and displays, and activities for children; contact Alison Redding, (254) 707-1341; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 4-5—MARSHFIELD, WISCONSIN: 

Annual show; The Heart of Wisconsin Gem & Mineral Society; Marshfield High School Fieldhouse, 1401 Becker Road; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-4; free; dealers, displays, speakers, continuous silent auctions, and activities for children ; contact Cynthia Kelman, 1403 N Broadway Ave., Marshfield, WI 54449; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 4-5—EVERETT, WASHINGTON: 

66th Annual Gem, Jewelry and Mineral Show; Everett Rock and Gem Club; Everett Community College, Walt Price Student Fitness Center, 2206 Tower Street; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; free; displays, exhibits, demonstrations, sales, auctions, and activities for children; contact Fritz Mack, (425) 232-0809; Website

May 4-5—BILLINGS, MONTANA: 

Billings Gem and Fossil Show; Billings Gem and Mineral Club; Al Bedoo Shrine Auditorium, 1125 Broadwater Avenue; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-4; $3, free admission for children under 12 ; vendors offering gems, minerals, fossils, artifacts, agates, and jewelry, demonstrations, exhibitions, silent auctions, and activities for children; contact Doug True, (406) 670-0506; Email: [email protected]



May 8-12—FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA: 

Annual show; Echo Valley Gem Show ; Echo Valley Gem Show (across from GLW), 6456 Sylva Rd. ; Wed. 9-6, Thu. 9-6, Fri. 9-6, Sat. 9-6; free; dealers from around the world selling minerals, fossils, rough rock, slabs, cabochons, jewelry, beads, crystals, gems, and geodes Sunday open 9-5pm ; contact Damian w/ Bellpoint ; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 9-11—LOGAN, UTAH: 

Annual show; Cache Rock and Gem Club presents 2019 A Rock Odyssey; Cache County Event Center, 490 S 500 W.; Thu. 10-8, Fri. 10-8, Sat. 9-6; free admission; a new venue with a hearty selection of rocks, minerals, fossils, and jewelry; demonstrations, displays, and activities for children; contact LuAnn, Willmore; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 10-12—SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA: 

Wholesale and retail show; Gem Faire Inc; Earl Warren Showgrounds, 3400 Calle Real; Fri. 12-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; $7 weekend pass; fine jewelry, precious and semi-precious gemstones, millions of beads, crystals, jewelry repair, cleaning and ring sizing ; contact Yooy Nelson, (503) 252-8300; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 11-12—BRAINERD , MINNESOTA: 

Annual show; Cuyuna Rock, Gem and Mineral Society; Crow Wing County Fairgrounds, 2000SE 13th St.; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 10-4; admission $1.00 donation, free for kids on Sunday; contact Sharon Smith, (218) 343-7037; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 11-12—HERMISTON, OREGON: 

Annual Show, Nature's Treasures Under Foot; Hatrockhounds Gem and Mineral Society; Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center (EOTEC), 1785 East Airport Road; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-4; $3 children 12 and under free; dealers offering a variety of rocks, gems, minerals, demonstrations, exhibitions, silent auction, activities for children, and door-prize drawings for mothers on Sunday; contact Mike Filarski, (541) 571-2593

May 17-19—COSTA MESA, CALIFORNIA: 

Wholesale and retail show; Gem Faire Inc; OC Fair & Event Center, 88 Fair Dr; Fri. 12-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; $7 weekend pass; fine jewelry, precious and semi-precious gemstones, millions of beads, crystals, jewelry repair, cleaning and ring sizing ; contact Yooy Nelson, (503) 252-8300; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 17-19—PORTLAND, OREGON: 

Annual show; Mt Hood Rock Club; Jackson Armory, 6255 NE Cornfoot Rd, (Take NE Alderwood Rd. from NE Columbia Blvd (just south of PDX); Fri. 10-5, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-4; free - donations appreciated; more than 24 vendors offering minerals, rocks, beads, fossils, and tools, demonstrations in lapidary and wirewrapping, displays, and activities for kids ; contact Wayne King, (503) 284-7195; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 17-19—JOPLIN, MISSOURI: 

Annual show; TriState Gem & Mineral Society; Joplin Historical & Mineral Museum, 504 S. Schifferdecker Ave.; Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-3; free admission; contact Christopher Wiseman, 504 S. Schifferdecker Ave., Joplin, MO 64801, (417) 623-1180; Email: [email protected]



May 18-18—FAIRLESS HILLS, PENNSYLVANIA: 

Annual show; Rock & Mineral Club of Lower Bucks County, Inc.; Christ United Methodist Church, 501 Wistar Rd.; Sat. 9-3; $2 donation, free admission for children 12 and under; Earth Science Show & Sale, rocks, minerals, fossils, lapidary arts, and jewelry; contact Brian Schwab, 539 Sycamore Ave., Croydon, PA 19021; Email: [email protected]

May 18-19—WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN: 

Show and sale; Wisconsin Geological Society; Muellner Building - Hart Park , 72nd and State Street; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; $3 or 2 for $5, Children free, parking free; The show features 20+ dealers from all over the Midwest who sell lapidary supplies, tools, books, rough material, slabs, finished specimens, cabochons, jewelry, carvings, fossils, and more. Children’s activities, exhibits, displays and presentations round out the show. ; contact Paul Schmidt, 8213 Red Arrow Ct., Wauwatosa, WI 53213, (414) 771-8668; Email: [email protected]

May 18-19—HAMILTON, MONTANA: 

Annual show; Bitterroot Gem and Mineral Society; Ravalli County Fairgrounds, 100 Old Corvallis Road; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-4; $3; More than 18 vendors, display cases, and speeches ; contact Deb Strickland, (406) 363-3194; Email: [email protected]
May 18-19—SAINT JOSEPH, MICHIGAN: Annual show; Blossomland Gem & Mineral Society; Lake Michigan Catholic Elementary School, 3165 Washington Ave.; Sat. 9-6, Sun. 12-6; free; various vendors presenting crafted jewelry, fossils, rocks from around the world, as well as demonstrations about cutting, polishing, and jewelry making ; contact Pam Kriegsmann, Saint Joseph, MI 49085; Email: [email protected]

May 18-19—BENNINGTON, VERMONT: 

Annual show; Southwestern Vermont Mineral & Gem Club; Grace Christian School, 104 Kocher Dr.; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-3; adults $5, free admission for children; gem and fossil sluice, gold panning demonstration, and mineral identification by a geologist; contact J W COTROFELD, PO Box 235, East Arlington, VT 05252, (802) 375-6782; Email: [email protected]

May 18-19—LAKEVIEW, OREGON: 

Annual show; Tall Man Rock Chippers; Lakeview Fairgrounds, 1900 N 4th ; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-4; free admission; vendors offering wide variety of specimens, field trips to view local collection sites, activities for children; contact LeRoy Johnson or Mark Deidrich, Lakeview, PA 97630, (154) 194-7426715418808787; Email: [email protected]

May 24-26—SALEM, VIRGINIA: 

Annual show; Treasures Of The Earth Gem & Jewelry Shows; Salem Civic Center, 1001 Roanoke Boulevard; Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 11-5; Adults: $5.00 — ticket is good all 3 days. Free admission for children under age 16.; Memorial Day weekend. Dealers include jewelry makers, goldsmiths and silversmiths from all over the country, who can repair or make original designs. Custom work done while you wait. Opals, gem stones, pearls, gem trees and crafts with stones. Gifts for children.; contact Van Wimmer, Sr., 5273 Bradshaw Road, Salem, VA 24153-8025, (540) 384-6047; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 25-26—ST. CHARLES, ILLINOIS: 

Annual show; CGMA (Chicagoland Gems & Minerals Association); Kane County Fairgrounds, 525 S. Randall Road; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; Adults $5; Seniors (62) $3; Students $3; Two-day Passes available. Free admission for active Military Service Personnel with ID, scouts in uniform, and kids under 13.; Over 30 Dealers, Special Exhibits, Demonstrators, Kids Korner, Door Prizes, and More. Wholesale Room (requires current state taxID and trade credentials). Free Parking - Air Conditioned - Food Available ; contact Debby Ballot, 4N605 Snowbird Ct., Campton Hills, IL 60175, (630) 272-8275; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 25-26—FORT WORTH, TEXAS: 

Annual show; Fort Worth Gem and Mineral Club; Will Rogers Memorial Center, 3401 W. Lancaster; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; adults $5, seniors, students, and military personnel $4, and free admission for children 16 and under; dealers with gems, minerals, fossils, beads, fine jewelry, and crystals, auctions, and activities for children; contact Janice Craddock; Email: [email protected]; Website

May 31- June 2—BONNEY LAKE, WASHINGTON: 

Annual show; Puyallup Valley Gem and Mineral Club; Swiss Park, 9205 198th Avenue East; Fri. 10-5, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; free admission; vendors, demonstrations, junior’s activities, auctions, gem identification, lapidary rough and finished materials; contact Jim Christian, (253) 987-6751; Email: [email protected]



 
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