US Mineral Shows in June 2024

Mineral And Gem Shows in June 2024, United States 

 May - June

MAY - JUNE 30-1—POWELL, WYOMING: 

Annual show; 2024 Wyoming State Rock and Mineral Show and Big Horn Basin Rock and Mineral Show; Park County Fairgrounds, 655 E 5th St; Thu. 10-6, Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-5; This is a family-friendly event. People of all ages are welcome; The 2024 Wyoming State Rock and Mineral Show will take place in Powell, Wyoming, just 80 miles from the East Gate of Yellowstone National Park. It features many vendors, educational and showcase displays, demonstrations, children's activities and much more. Camping available at the fairgrounds; contact Greg Jones, (281) 224-2694; Email: wyojones@wyojones.com; Website

MAY - JUNE 31-2—DULUTH , GEORGIA: 

Annual show; Bellpoint Gem Show; Gas South Convention Center, 6400 Sugarloaf Pkwy; Fri. 10-5:30, Sat. 10-5:30, Sun. 10-4:30; $8 Admission cash only at door; Select dealers selling exquisite jewelry, crystals, fossils, minerals, healing stones, gems, beads & so much more; contact BJ; Email: mbellpoint@gmail.com; Website

MAY - JUNE 31-2—BONNEY LAKE, WASHINGTON: 

Annual show; Puyallup Valley Gem & Mineral Club; Swiss Park, 9205 198th Ave. E.; Fri. 12-5, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-3; Free Admission; With vendors both inside and outside you’ll find a vast selection of rough and finished “treasures” on display. Inside, watch demonstrators show you “how it’s done” and see the many displays presented by PVG&MC members. Convenient parking and disabled access; contact Jillian Y. Higgins, (253) 355-3146; Email: PVGAMC@gmail.com; Website

June 2024

JUNE 1-1—MACUNGIE, PENNSYLVANIA: 

Annual show; Pennsylvania Earth Sciences Association (PESA); Macungie Memorial Park, 50 Poplar St; Sat. 8:30-3; Free; Fossils, gems, and minerals from six continents and outer space on over 100 tables indoors and out featuring a fluorescent mineral room and other goodies; contact Mandy Apgar; Email: pesanewsletter@yahoo.com; Website

JUNE 1-1—DELTA, COLORADO: 

Annual show; Delta County Rock Wranglers; Heddles Recreation Center, 531 North Palmer Drive; Sat. 9-5; Free Admission; About thirty vendors and lots of activities for children and adults; contact Harry Masinton, (970) 856-3861; Email: hpmasinton@gmail.com

JUNE 1-1—COLFAX, NORTH CAROLINA: 

Annual show; Greensboro Gem & Mineral Club; Piedmont Triad Farmers Market, 2914 Sandy Ridge Road; Sat. 9-5; FREE; 40 Vendors, rain/shine, grand prize raffle, half hour door prizes. Free geodes to kids 12 and under. Minerals, crystals, fossils, gemstones, cabachons, beads, hand-made jewelry, wire wrapping, gem trees, crystal cathedrals. Gem & lapidary books, hats & t-shirts, decorative items. 2500+ attendees; contact KB Montgomery, (336) 706-0061; Email: ggmc.rocks@gmail.com; Website

JUNE 1-2—PHOENIX, ARIZONA: 

Annual show; Mineralogical Society of Arizona; Phoenix Shrine Auditorium, 552 N. 40th St; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 10-4; $5 Cash, $3 Members, Children 12 and under free with paying adult; 35+ Quality Dealers, Demonstrations, Raffles, Competitive Exhibits, Saturday Dinner & Auction, Kids Activities; contact Chris Whitney-Smith; Email: show@msaaz.org; Website

JUNE 1-2—ONALASKA, WISCONSIN: 

Annual show; Coulee Rock Club of La Crosse Wisconsin; Onalaska Omni Center, 255 Riders Club Road; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-4; Age 6 or under free, $2 age 7 or more; 20+ Vendors Offering World-Wide: Agates, Geodes, Crystals, Minerals, Fossils, Jewelry, Gemstones, Rough & Slabs, Carvings and Spheres, Polished Stones, Thunder eggs, Petrified Wood, and Lapidary Equipment. Plus: Door Prize Drawings, Silent Auctions, Demonstrations, Kids Korner, Rock Identification; contact Allison Conrad, (507) 470-2598; Email: rockinbabe@acegroup.cc

JUNE 1-2—SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: 

Show and sale; Pacific Crystal Guild; San Francisco County Fair Building, 1199 9th Avenue; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-4; $14 for two days, Children Under 12 free; You’ll find over 50 vendors from across the country (as well as California artisans), Asia and Europe. Buy minerals, crystals, beads, gems, jewelry — an amazing array of merchandise. The largest rock & gem show in San Francisco; contact Jerry Tomlinson, (414) 383-7837; Email: jerry@crystalfair.com; Website

JUNE 7-9—BOISE, IDAHO: 

Wholesale and retail show; Gem Faire Inc; Expo Idaho, 5610 N Glenwood St; Fri. 12-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; $7 weekend pass; Fine jewelry, precious & semi-precious gemstones, millions of beads, crystals, gold & silver, minerals & much more at manufacturer’s prices. Buy directly from wholesalers & importers. Jewelry repair, cleaning & ring sizing while you shop; contact Yooy Nelson, (503) 252-8300; Email: info@gemfaire.com; Website

JUNE 7-9—COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO: 

Annual show; Colorado Springs Mineralogical Society; Norris Penrose Event Center, 1045 Lower Gold Camp Rd; Fri. 10-5, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-4; Admission $5/one day, $8/multiple days, 12 & under FREE; Since 1963, the Colorado Springs Mineralogical Society (CSMS) has sponsored the Pikes Peak Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show. We expect over 50 vendors, feature exhibits, auctions on-the-half-hour, door prizes, gold panning with the Gold Prospectors of Colorado, and kids activities; contact Lisa Cooper; Email: ppgmjshow@gmail.com; Website

JUNE 7-9—MILACA, MINNESOTA: 

Annual show; Dale's Rocks & More; Hairy Mosquito Trading Co, 21287 Highway 169; Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-5; Free to All Ages; Crystals, Rocks, Minerals, Fossils and Handmade/Olden Crafts from around the world will be here in one unique outdoor location just for YOU!! Mark your Calendars and bring your family for this wonderful Event! You’ll be amazed at what things you will see; contact Dale's Rocks & More, (612) 708-8279; Email: dalesrocks_more@outlook.com; Website: Dale's Rocks & More on Facebook

JUNE 8-8—KENT, CONNETICUT: 

Annual show; Connecticut Museum of Mining and Mineral Science; Connecticut Antique Machinery Campus, 31 Kent-Cornwall Road (RTE 7); Sat. 9-4; FREE; 30 plus dealers from the Northeast selling minerals, fossils, gemstones, beads. Tour the museums new exhibits. New dealers welcome; contact John Pawloski; Email: j.a.pawloski@att.net

JUNE 8-9—DESOTO, MISSOURI:

Show and sale; Amvets Post 48 HOP Committee; Amvets Post 48, 1075 Amvets Dr; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-5; Free; We are looking for vendors for Inside and Outside booths. Food and Drinks will be available for purchase; contact Donna J Pelikan, (682) 970-8362; Email: liznmarie@yahoo.com

JUNE 8-9—ESCONDIDO, CALIFORNIA: 

Annual show; Palomar Gem and Mineral Club; California Center for the Arts - Conference Center, 340 North Escondido Blvd, PO Box 1583; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-4; $5, Kids under 12 free; 9000 square feet of shopping - 40 plus vendors - mineral specimens, faceted precious and semi-precious stones, polished cabochons, faceting and lapidary rough, fossils, and eye-catching handmade and vintage jewelry. Demonstrations of Silver fabrication, cabbing, faceting and more; contact Toni Floyd; Email: PGMCShow@gmail.com; Website

JUNE 8-9—WEST FRIENDSHIP, MARYLAND: 

Wholesale and retail show; Mid-Atlantic Gem and Mineral Association/dba Gem Miner's Spring Show; Howard County Maryland Fairgrounds, 2210 Fairgrounds Rd; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-4; $6, children under 12 free, Discount coupon offered on website; The Gem Miner's Spring Show is an exhibition of beads, fine jewelry, gems, minerals, fossils, gift and craft items. New Wholesale section. Hourly and grand door prizes. In its 3rd year. Free and handicapped parking; contact Teresa Schwab, (301) 807-9745; Email: eventcoordinator@gem-show.com; Website

JUNE 13-16—PRINEVILLE, OREGON: 

Wholesale and retail show; Prineville Rockhound Pow Wow; Crook County Fairgrounds, 1280 Main St; Thu. 9-5, Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-4; free to all; Four days of family fun with minerals, gems, fossils, rocks, tools, machines including three days of field trips (call for sign up info); contact Jim McCoy, (530) 999-8045; Email: www.prineville.rocks; Website

JUNE 14-16—BIG PINEY, WYOMING: 

Annual show; Sublette County Rock Hounds; Sublette County Fairgrounds, 10937 Hwy 189, Event Center; Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-3; Adults $3, Seniors 60+ and kids under 18 free; Field trips, demonstrators, vendors, exhibits, kids activities, door prizes, and food concessions on-site. Vendors with opals, Wyoming jade, jewelry, rough rock, slabs, cabochons, beads, fossils, specimens, jewelry-making supplies, and more; contact Jim Gray; Email: jimgray@wyoming.com

JUNE 15-16—GRAPEVINE, TEXAS: 

Annual show; AGMC - Arlington Gem and Mineral Club; Grapevine Convention Center, 1209 S Main St; Sat. 9-6, Sun. 10-4; General Admission $10 Kids 12 and under Free (Pay Saturday come back Sunday for Free); Rolling Rock Club Meeting Sunday morning at 9; contact Terri Brewen, (817) 939-1100; Email: tbrewen@sbcglobal.net; Website

JUNE 15-16—OSSEO, MINNESOTA: 

Rock Swap and Sale; Anoka County Gem & Mineral Club; Osseo United Methodist Church, 16 2nd Ave SE; Sat. 10-2; free; outdoor swap meet; held rain or shine; contact Martha Miss, (651) 459-0343; Email: martha@rock-biz.biz

JUNE 21-22—ELY, NEVADA: 

Annual show; White Pine Public Museum; White Pine Public Museum, 2000 Aultman Street; Fri. 11-4, Sat. 11-4; Adults $7, Children $4, Infants Free; Join us for the 2024 Annual Ely Rock & Gem Swap, Buy, Sale & Trade; contact Mya, (775) 289-4710; Email: Wpmuseumnv@gmail.com; Website

JUNE 21-23—HILLSBORO, OREGON: 

Wholesale and retail show; Gem Faire Inc; Westside Commons, 801 NE 34th Ave; Fri. 12-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; $7 weekend pass; Fine jewelry, precious & semi-precious gemstones, millions of beads, crystals, gold & silver, minerals & much more at manufacturer’s prices. Buy directly from wholesalers & importers. Jewelry repair, cleaning & ring sizing while you shop; contact Yooy Nelson, (503) 252-8300; Email: info@gemfaire.com; Website

JUNE 21-23—BEDFORD, INDIANA: 

Annual show; Lawrence County Rock Club; Lawrence County Fairgrounds, 11265 US-50; Fri. 10:30-6:30, Sat. 9-6:30, Sun. 10-4; Free parking & Admission; 59th Annual Gem Mineral Fossil Show. Wide variety of Gems, Jewelry, Beads, Minerals, Fossils, Rocks, Lapidary Equipment & Supplies, Rockhound & Prospecting Supplies, 4-H Project & Science Project Material. A fun, interesting & educational experience for all ages; contact David J Treffinger, (812) 295-3463; Email: djt5766jkft@msn.com; Website

JUNE 22-23—ASHLAND, NEBRASKA: 

(Swap) Summer Gem Fest; Lincoln Gem and Mineral Club, Inc; Beer Family Farm, 18701 Ashland Road; Sat. 9-6, Sun. 10-4; Adult $3, Kids 15 and under FREE! Bring canned food for the Lincoln Food Bank; Swap is open to the Public. Buy, sell, or trade. Fossils, Jewelry, Lapidary Supplies and Equipment, Rocks, and Minerals. Family Friendly Fun for all. Vendor Space Reservations online at Here, Vendor Advanced Reservation by 2/2/24; contact Sharon Marburger, (402) 429-3323; Email: lgmc.editor@outlook.com; Website

JUNE 28-30—RENO, NEVADA: 

Wholesale and retail show; Gem Faire Inc; Reno-Sparks Convention Center, 4590 S Virginia St; Fri. 12-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; $7 weekend pass; Fine jewelry, precious & semi-precious gemstones, millions of beads, crystals, gold & silver, minerals & much more at manufacturer’s prices. Buy direct from the importers & wholesalers. Jewelry repair & cleaning while you shop; contact Yooy Nelson, (503) 252-8300; Email: info@gemfaire.com; Website

JUNE 28-30—FARMINGTON, NEW MEXICO: 

Annual show; San Juan County Gem and Mineral Society; San Juan County McGee Park Riding Arena, Bldg. 8, 41 Rd 5568; Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; $1 adults; kids 12 and under are free; Dealers- Demonstrators-Displays-Silent Auction-Raffle-Black Light Booth, Door Prizes every hour! Kids/Adults - Wheel of Gems-Grab Bags-Sand Dig-Rock Crafts-Displays; contact Jerry Worrell (Show Chair), (505) 360-1903; Email: jerry_worrell@msn.com; Website

JUNE 29-30—CULVER CITY, CALIFORNIA: 

Annual show; Culver City Rock and Mineral Club; Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 4117 Overland Ave; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; Free; The Culver City Rock and Mineral Club presents its 61st Annual Fiesta of Gems Show; contact Janice Metz, (310) 850-4398; Email: culvercityrocks35@gmail.com; Website

JUNE 29-30—KENT, WASHINGTON: 

Annual show; Cascade Mineralogical Society; Kent Commons, 525 4th Ave N; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; Free Admission & Parking; A great event for families. Free polished rock for every child. Silent auction & spinning wheel for polished rocks. All kinds of rock, amazing rough to incredible cabochons, jewelry, beads, slabs, and more Fantastic minerals, gems, fossils & metaphysical specimens; contact Katherine Koch, (425) 765-5408; Email: president@cascademineralogicalsociety.org; Website