Rock and Mineral Club of Lower Bucks County, PA, Inc.

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Organized: 1967
Joined EFMLS: 1969

Board Members:

President:
Brian Schwab
Vice President:
Eric Brosius
Secretary:
Christel Hoffman
Treasurer:
Richard Tillett
EFMLS Liaison:
Richard Tillett
Editor:
Eric Brosius
Webmaster:
Mike Rosso
Newsletter:
Rock Chatter

Public Contact Information:

Region 3
Meetings: 2nd Friday of every month, except July/August
19:30:00
Northminster Presbyterian Church 140 Trenton Rd, Fairless Hills, PA 19030
Shows:
OCTOBER 28TH 2023
Ultraviolation, First United Methodist Church of Fairless Hills, 840 Trenton Road, Fairless Hills PA 19030
Additional Show/Swap Details:
Show runs from 9:00am to 4:00pm Admission: $2.00 Donation, Children 12 & Under Free ULTRAVIOLATION is the ULTIMATE annual show for the fluorescent mineral enthusiast, whether a novice or serious collector. The show features many of the world’s premier fluorescent mineral COLLECTORS AND DEALERS who strive each year to bring the biggest, brightest and best fluorescent minerals to satisfy the insatiable cravings of the fluorescent collector. ULTRAVIOLATION highlights fluorescent minerals exclusively and is the next best thing to night collecting. Free admission and a fluorescent mineral specimen for each junior mineralogist 12 years and younger when accompanied by an adult. More information

Additional Info:

The Rock and Mineral Club Of Lower Bucks County PA INC is a club of people interested in minerals, fossils, gems, lapidary, and other related areas. We have members of all ages with a wide range of experience.

We were founded in 1967 and meet regularly monthly (except in July and August) to talk about our hobby, learn new things, have educational activities and even get together for some field trips.

We have a monthly newsletter called the Rock Chatter which includes information on prior meetings, informative articles, a calendar of events for the club or partnership with other clubs in the surrounding area.

Every meeting we also host a “Kids Korner” where our younger members get to learn about geology with creative tasks. We welcome guests to come out to any meeting and look forward to seeing you share your interest with us.

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