2019 ANNUAL ROCK, GEM, FOSSIL AND MINERAL SHOW

Come join the fun at the Annual Rock, Gem, Fossil and Mineral Show July 26th-28th during the Tenino Oregon Trail Days celebration.

2019 Tenino Show

Charlie

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ANNUAL ROCK, GEM, FOSSIL AND MINERAL SHOW

Come join the fun at the Annual Rock, Gem, Fossil and Mineral Show July 27th-29th during the Tenino Oregon Trail Days celebration.

Attendance is free.

We will be located across from the park at the Parkside Elementary School, 301 Central Ave. Tenino, WA 98589

There will be vendors selling a variety of rocks, jewelry, beads, gems, crystals, fossils and lapidary equipment for rock cutting and polishing.

Door prizes, demonstrations, Spinning wheel and fun for everyone in the family.

We hope to see you there.

Charlie

Great Youtube Video

Hi everyone:  Our very own Karen Keller was recently interviewed on the Thurston County TV show Just Kidding Around the following link is a YouTube video of her talk.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxi0r2K47Zs&sns=em

Enjoy

Charlie

PS:  You may have to copy and paste the link to your browser.

NEW Officers

At our November meeting our club elected a new President and Vice President.  We would like to congratulate Steve and Brian, and wish them a great time.

Charlie

2017 ROCK SHOW!!!

DON’T MISS OUT ON THE FUN.  PUT THIS ON YOUR CALENDAR!

2017 ROCK SHOW

Annual Rock and Gem Show.

We are once again sponsoring a Rock and Gem show in Tenino.  It will be July 21-23 at the same location as last year.  Come and enjoy three days of fabulous rocks and minerals.

Charlie Price

ROCK & GEM RENDEZVOUS

Come join us at Tenino for a fabulous ROCK & GEM Rendezvous July 22-24 at the Elementary School next to the park.  Demonstrations, Dealers, and Rocks galore.

08–2016 ROCK SHOW Flyer Photo

 

 

DIRECTIONS:
TO REACH TENINO, WA, FROM I-5 ( NORTHBOUND OR SOUTHBOUND) TAKE EXIT 88 AND GO EAST APPROX. 8 MILES.  GO INTO TOWN AND TURN RIGHT ON STAGE ST SOUTH, GO ONE BLOCK, THE SCHOOL IS ON THE LEFT. WE ARE DIRECTLY ACROSS FROM THE CITY PARK WHERE THE “OREGON TRAIL DAYS” EVENT IS PUT ON.