We are hard at work getting ready for our 2013 show,
and we hope you enjoy it!
The Show Committee is now lining up volunteers to work on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday during the 2013 show. They have determined the various jobs that need to be filled during the three show days, and the Friday, Saturday, and Sunday time slots still need volunteers. E-mail Michele Marsel at ShowVolunteer@hgms.org to volunteer your time to work at the show.
KIDS DAY (Friday): Public, private and homeshool
teachers can bring their classes FREE for an Earth Science lesson in
the form of an age-appropriate scavenger hunt. Click here for registration forms.
Reserve a spot to earn Geology
Scout Badges at the show on Saturday and Sunday!
|Click here for general information about the show and for maps and directions to the show.
HGMS Gem, Jewelry, Mineral, and Fossil Show seeks to raise awareness of
Earth Science Education activities in the Houston area and of the
importance of Earth Science Education in general.
objectives include promoting community awareness of HGMS' year-round
activities such as field trips, lapidary and fossil cleaning workshops,
educational classes, social dinners, auctions, meetings of the
Lapidary, Faceting, Mineral and Fossil special interest groups, and
other facilities and events that are available to our membership
The show also increases club membership, thereby adding to our pool of
knowledge and experience, and funds the club's
year-round nonprofit activities.
Club exhibits during the Show seek to fulfill these objectives by teaching and demonstrating the lapidary and faceting arts and by providing...full text
Over 50 Case Exhibits covering
every aspect of the hobby. Some are special exhibits that tour various
gem and mineral shows.
identification of your mystery gem, mineral, or fossil
We have a number of very interesting and educational Special Exhibits lined up for this year. On exhibit are Terry Proctor’s dinosaur tracks and hadrosaur bone. Wildlife is depicted on stone and petrified wood by Artwork N Nature. Enjoy kid’s activities with the Houston Museum of Natural Science, Cheryl Lucas' Texas PMC, and the ever-popular Dino Dig. And don't forget the Mineral Section's Fluorescent Mineral Display. Stop by each exhibit for an experience you are sure to remember.
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