Gem and Mineral Society of Syracuse, Inc.

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Organized: 1951
Joined EFMLS: 1952

Board Members:

John Sweeney
Vice President:
Catherine Bart Patterson
Teresa Arnold
Linda Sweeney Clark
EFMLS Liaison:
Kris Boronczyk
Larry Petry
Amanda Lytle
Crack ‘N Cab

Public Contact Information:

No public contact information has been provided at this time
Region 3
Meetings: 3rd Monday of the month except for July, August & December
Ponderosa Plaza 14 & 15, 209 Oswego Street, Liverpool, New York 13088 Junior Rockhounds meet @ 6:30 pm
July 13-14, 2024
Center of Progress, New York State Fairgrounds, 575 State Fair Boulevard, Syracuse NY 13209
Additional Show/Swap Details:
2023 Gemworld

New York ROCKS! Coming to Gem World 2023

This Summer, Discover New York State’s Unique Earthly Treasures.

We’re letting the secret out about all of the incredible fossils, gemstones and minerals native to our Empire State! Experience how New York ROCKS its geological wonders at this summer’s 56th Gem World.
Minerals, Geodes and Fossils galore; Over 60 Retail and Wholesale dealers. Trendy Beads by the millions. Jewelry, Cut stones, and supplies. Educational exhibits and Demonstrations. Kids Activities. Wheelchair accessible. Donation $7 adults each day Scouts in uniform & children under 12 free with adult.

Additional Info:

Eight people organized the Gem and Mineral Society of Syracuse in 1951. Since that time it has grown in membership to include adults, families, and young folk. The Society was incorporated in 1969 under the same name.

The objectives of the Society are to stimulate interest in mineralogy, paleontology, and the lapidary arts. Member interests include collecting, identification, and display of minerals, gems, fossils. Members share and develop their artistic skills in jewelry design and creation.

Our monthly meetings provide social and educational experiences. Field trips give collectors chances to find specimens and enjoy the out of doors, exercise and time with old and new friends.

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