Connecticut Valley Mineral Club

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Organized: 1940
Joined EFMLS: 1985

Board Members:

Joe Zabik
Vice President:
Barbara Meyer
Diane Burl
Joann Lynch
EFMLS Liaison:
Diane Burl
Diane Burl
Cyrene Blanchard

Public Contact Information:

No public contact information has been provided at this time
Region 1
Meetings: 1st Wednesday of the month except Feb/July/Aug
Springfield Science Museum, Tolman Wing, 21 Edwards Street, Springfield, MA 01103
March 23-24, 2024
Castle of Knights Hall, 1599 Memorial Drive, Chicopee MA 01020
Additional Show/Swap Details:
Western Mass Mineral Show, gems – minerals – fossils – jewelry, Sat. 9:30-5, Sun. 9:30-3:30 — Admission $5. Children 12 and under Free with paid adult. Scouts in uniform Free with paid adult. Free mineral specimen for children. — Featuring door prizes, vendors, enthusiasts, mineral experts, and collectors.

Additional Info:

The Connecticut Valley Mineral Club was founded in 1940, dedicated to the study, appreciation and preservation of rocks, minerals, fossils and all aspects of Earth Science. We pass on our love of minerals to people of all ages with a special focus on schools with lectures and hands on presentations to students. We recently began a new project with the Significant Massachusetts Minerals Case for Schools that features all the Massachusetts state earth symbols as well as other minerals that were important to the history of the State.

We meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm in the Springfield Science Museum, Tolman Wing at the Quadrangle in Springfield, MA. Our meetings include occasional mineral presentations, general club business, and a room full of people willing to help you enjoy mineral collecting.

In addition, we sponsor numerous field trips throughout the season, a yearly club picnic and our annual Mineral, Jewelry and Fossil Show.

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