JULY 1-3—FARMINGTON, NEW MEXICO:

Annual show; San Juan County Gem & Mineral Society; McGee Park, 41 Road 5568; Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; Free; Raffle tickets, hourly door prizes, silent auction, kids corner, polishing demonstrations, & more; contact Tory Bonner; Email: torycbonner@gmail.com

JULY 9-10—SHOW LOW, ARIZONA:

Annual show; White Mountain Gem and Mineral Show; Elks Lodge, Show Low, Arizona, 805 E. Whipple Street; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 10-4; Adults $2.00 Juniors (18 and under with Student ID) Free (accompanied by an adult); contact Carl Hickman, 4523 Indian Bend Road, Snowflake, AZ 85937, (928) 536-3744; Email: carlhickman8@earthlink.net; Website:

JULY 9-10—SYRACUSE, NEW YORK:

Annual show; Gem & Mineral Society of Syracuse, Inc; Center of Progress Building at the New York State Fairgrounds, 575 State Fair Boulervard; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-4; $7 Adults, Free for children under 12 & scouts in uniform with paid adult admission; More than 60 retail and wholesale dealers, several demonstrators, displays, and activities for children. You can pick out a geode and watch the dealer crack it. Vendors will be selling minerals, fossils, crystals, jewelry, beads, cabs, and jewelry making supplies; contact Cheryl Brown, ; Email: show@syracusegemsociety.com; Website

JULY 14-17—DENVER, COLORADO:

Annual show; Thompson Marketing; Home Rock Show, 4242 Thompson Court; daily 9-5; Free; Rough, Rock, Crystals, Slabs, Cabs, Fossils, Amber, Turquoise, Gemstone Bowls & Boxes Lapidary Equipment & Supplies Lapidary Student Discounts Apply (South I-70, East of York St, West of Steele St) Cash or Check with ID only; contact John Haney, (303) 656-0320; Email: Rocksisme@comcast.net

JULY 15-16—MINOCQUA, WISCONSIN:

Annual show; Lakeland Gem and Mineral Club; Lakeland Union High School, 9573 Hwy 70 West; Fri. 10-6, Sat. 9-5; free admission; 54th annual show! The theme is Minerals of Madagascar. Food and drinks are available. Silent auctions both days; contact Ron Zimmer, (715) 358-7870; Email: rzimmer@charter.net

JULY 15-17—VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA:

Retail show; Treasures of the Earth, Inc; Virginia Beach Convention Center, 1000 19th Street; Fri. 12-6, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; Adults $8, 16 and under free; Vendors have jewelry of all types, custom faceted-gemstones, beads, crystals, minerals, and fossils. The local clubs provide displays, demonstrations and geode cutting on site; contact Ellen White, (804) 642-2011; Email: Ellen@TreasuresOfTheEarth.com; Website


JULY 16-17—MOOSE LAKE, MINNESOTA:

Annual show; Carlton County Gem and Mineral Club with Moose Lake Chamber of Commerce; Riverside Arena, 20 Earl Evans Drive, Moose Lake, MN; Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-3; Free to all; Vendors offering minerals, fossils, jewelry, books, and lapidary equipment, Kid's dig at the high school; door prizes in the arena. Stampede 3 pm on Saturday dumping two truckloads of gravel with many agates, half dollars and quarters. Masks required in arena; contact Lynn Sverci, (218) 721-2679

JULY 16-17—CULVER CITY, CALIFORNIA:

Annual show; Culver City Rock & Mineral Club; Veteran's Memorial Auditorium, 4117 Overland Ave; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; Free; The Culver City Rock & Mineral Club is happy to announce the FIESTA OF GEMS SHOW to be held the weekend of July 16 and 17, 2022 The two-day gem & mineral show features 40 vendors and demonstrators with earth science displays, children's games, and activities for the entire family.; contact Christine Thompson, (626) 818-5454; Email: cjthompso@gmail.com; Website:

JULY 16-17—ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA:

Annual show; Gem City Rock & Mineral Society; Zem Zem Shrine Temple, 2525 W. 38th Street; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-5; Adults $4, Seniors $3.50. Children under 12 free; Dealers, Displays and Door prizes. Discovery Blocks; contact Robert Gallivan, (814) 454-6770; Email: gallivan427@gmail.com

JULY 16-17—TULSA, OKLAHOMA:

Annual show; Tulsa Rock and Mineral Society; Exchange Center at the Expo Square, 4145 E. 21st Street; Sat. 9-6, Sun. 10-5; $7 for adults, kids free with paid adult, fire, police and military free with ID; Show highlights include rocks, minerals, jewelry, fossils, a fluorescent room, beads, crystals, touch table, working displays and a free kid’s zone; contact Martha Rongey, (918) 230-1094; Email: m_rongey@sbcglobal.net; Website

JULY 20-24—FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA:

Annual show; Echo Valley Gem Show ; Echo Valley Showplace (across from GLW), 6456 Sylva Rd.; Wed. 10-5:30, Thu. 10-5:30, Sat. 10-5:30, Sun. 10-3; Free Admission; Dealers from around the world selling extraordinary mineral, fossils, cabochons, slabs, rough rock, jewelry, beads, crystal ; contact BJ; Email: mbellpoint@gmail.com; Website

JULY 22-24—TENINO, WASHINGTON:

2022 Rock & Gem Rendezvous ; Washington Agate and Mineral Society; Tenino City Park, On Park Avenue, next to the Quarry House and swimming pool; Fri. 9-6, Sat. 9-6, Sun. 9-5; free; Rock and Gem Show held during Oregon Trail Days in Tenino WA. Featuring: Dealer Booths and Demonstrators Learn how to polish rocks, make gem trees, make jewelry, make arrowheads, knives and spear points ; contact Daniel De Boer; Email: keylock1@live.com; Website

JULY 22-24—TENINO, WASHINGTON:

Annual show; Washington Agate and Mineral Society; Tenino City Park, Tenino City Park 98589; Fri. 9-6, Sat. 9-6, Sun. 9-5; Free; Held during the Annual Oregon Trail Days celebration; contact Daniel De Boer; Email: keylock1@live.com


JULY 28-31—FAIRPLAY, COLORADO:

Annual show; Jay Penn; Fairplay River Park Event Site, 200 Platte Dr., 2324 Alvarado Dr. NE; Thu. 9-5, Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-5; Free Admission, Free Parking; Fairplay Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show. Dealers at this OUTDOOR show. There are mineral specimens, rough, slabs, jewelry, cabochons and beads; contact Jay Penn, (505) 883-4195; Email: jaypenn246@gmail.com

JULY 29-31—FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA:

Show and sale; Frankin NC Gem & Mineral Society; Robert C. Carpenter Community Building, 1288 Georgia Road, 98 Hyatt Road; Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-4; $3.00 Adults; 12 & Under FREE; Gold & Silver Jewelry, Rough and cut gemstones, Repairs, Fine jewelry, Beads, Findings, Specimens, Demonstrations, Door Prizes given hourly each day; contact Linda Harbuck, (828) 524-3161; Email: lindah@franklin-chamber.com; Website

JULY 30-30—CANTON, SOUTH DAKOTA:

Annual show; Sioux Empire Gem and Mineral Society; Bethany Reformed Church, 702 W 7th St; Sat. 10-5; Adults $2, Kids (12 and under) Free; contact Harlan Hoogeterp; Email: rockswap@segams.org

JULY 30-31—ESSEX JUNCTION, VERMONT:

Annual show; Burlington Gem and Mineral Club; Champlain Valley Exposition, 105 Pearl Street; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; $4 adults (16-59), $3 seniors (60+), children under 16 free with paying adult; Come to the 41st Annual Champlain Valley Gem, Mineral and Fossil Show — the largest gem, mineral and fossil show in Vermont! Thousands of beautiful natural specimens and jewelry are available at affordable prices. Exhibits, lectures, raffles, silent auctions, door prizes, and activities for kids; contact Lexi Boudreau; Email: westiegirl703@gmail.com; Website

JULY 30-31—MATTITUCK , NEW YORK:

Annual show; Long Island Mineral and Geology Society; Mattituck Jr/Sr High School, 15125 Main Road; Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; 12 and over $6, under 12 free with paying adult, $1 off when you show the flyer; Over 30 dealers of fine gemstones, jewelry, fossils, minerals, meteorites and related items. We have a scavenger hunt, geode cracking, gem cutting, and educational displays. Last entry at 4:30 pm; contact Elizabeth Wiesemann, (516) 458-6638; Email: elizabeth.wiesemann@gmail.com; Website


 
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