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Santa Rosa Mineral And Gem Society, INC
Northern California's Rockhound Hangout

The Santa Rosa Mineral and Gem Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, located in Sonoma County, CA. and formed for the purpose of increasing the knowledge and understanding of science as it pertains to the study of minerals, gems, and fossils. We study geology, mineralogy, archeology, paleontology, and all the lapidary arts. We encourage the interest of our Junior Members, and reach out to the community throughout the year to share our interest and knowledge.

To further answer the call of the community we have expanded our website to provide more resources, and to attract people of all ages to the study of "rocks".

If you have questions, feel free to Contact Us

Santa Rosa Mineral & Gem Society
is a proud member of:

California Federation of
Mineralogical Societies
(CFMS)

American Federation of
Mineralogical Societies
(AFMS)

The Show is in Limbo...
Waiting to schedule the Venue

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.: Announcements :.

Due to COVID-19 Virus
All Meetings are being held on ZOOM
For Work Shop information,
please see members area



General Meeting

Topic: History of Jewelry Making Using Dies
A Power Point Presentation
by Kevin Potter
WEDNESDAY March 3, 2021
Zoom Meeting 6:30 pm




Face Mask Required when getting together

Map to our General Meeting Location



Board Meeting
WEDNESDAY March 17, 2021

Zoom Meeting
6:30 pm
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Message from your Board of Directors:

Dear Members
We hope that you are all Safe and Healthy! The Board is working to get things back to a little more normal. We are making plans to open the Workshop soon. There is so much to consider when trying to make things safe for members and comply with regulations. More information will follow as we finalize our plans.

**We have stalled a bit with the opening of the workshop...since we have been shut down again around the County.**

The March Zoom meeting will include a talk from Kevin Potter, History of Jewelry Making Using Dies Kevin is a jeweler, collector and restorer of antique jewelers hubs and dies.

Emails will be sent out to members with updated information.
Be safe




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