Michigan Mineralogical Society

 

The Greater Detroit 71st Annual Show
Gem, Mineral, Fossil & Jewelry Show Oct. 9-10-11, 2015
One of the top shows in the United States.
The show starts off National Earth Science Week, October 11-17
Fabulous Exhibits - Top Dealers in Gems, Minerals, Fossils, Jewelry

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Hosted by the Michigan Mineralogical Society




Annual Banquet
Saturday, January 17
6 pm at
Club Venetian
29310 John R
Guest Speaker is
John Medici on
"North Cascades of
Washington."
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Next regular meeting
at Cranbrook Institute of Science on February 9
Open at 7PM
presentation starts at 7:30
with John Zawiskie on
"Rocks in Space".


   The Michigan Mineralogical Society was organized in 1935 by a Michigan group of mineral collectors interested in furthering the hobby of mineral, fossils, gem collecting, geology and earth science education in Michigan. The Society is incorporated as a non-profit educational organization and is a member of both the American Mineralogical Societies and Midwest Federation of Mineralogical and Geological Societies.
     Organized in March 1935, it is the oldest Society/Club in the Midwest Federation and in Mid America. "The Conglomerate" is the official bulletin of Michigan Mineralogical Society, first published in 1940 and is one of the oldest in the United States.

State of Michigan 75th Anniversary Tribute Certificate

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Cavansite spray on Stilibite, India
Russell Mack Collection
 

     Today membership is open to all persons interested in the education and promoting interest in all aspects of collecting, mineralogy, paleontology, and the earth sciences. The Michigan Mineralogical Society meets at 7 PM on the second Monday of the month, September through May (except January) at Cranbrook Institute of Science, 39221 N. Woodward Ave. Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303. Annual Dues: Adult $20.00 Students $5.00, New member initiation fee of $5.00 with annual dues. Click here for membership application and information.

 
October12-18, 2014