Welcome!
Visitors are always welcome at our meetings!  Bring a friend, colleague, family
member --ANYONE who shares a passion for gems, minerals or fossils!

For more meeting information, see the Membership page.

Our next meeting will be
November 20, 2014, 7:30 PM
At the Garden Club
Note: December General Meeting
Wednesday December 10th
At the Garden Club

November Programs — Eddie Rucks
This month our program speaker will be Eddie Rucks. Eddie always
provides an entertaining evening with lots of specimens to see.





Field Trip Reports
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If you have questions about the club, visit to the Contacts page
and let us know how we can help you.


Not a member yet?  We can fix that!
Click HERE for a membership application, or go to our Membership page for more
information about what our Society offers.

You can bring the application to the next general meeting, or mail it to:
PO Box 18095,  West Palm Beach, FL, 33416  

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Club Purpose:
To associate persons of the Palm Beach area of Florida
who are interested in earth sciences, to work together
as an organization in the gathering, cutting,displaying,
and studying of rocks, shells, artifacts, and any kind of
scientific objects of interest to the individual and the
organization to promote community interest in these
objects.
Current RockHound
Newsletter: New
issues published
mid-month
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West Palm Beach, Florida
Meetings are held at the Garden Club building, across from the S. Florida Science Center
located at 4800 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach, FL 33405
November Spotlight!

Topaz is the November
Birthstone Zodiac stone.
Topaz is associated with the
values of strength, wisdom,
and courage.
Topaz is a common
gemstone that has been
used for centuries in
jewelry. Its golden brown to
yellow color is classic but is
confused with the less
valuable citrine, which is
sometimes wrongly sold
under the name topaz. The
blue topaz that is often
confused with aquamarine
is rarely natural and is
produced by irradiating and
then heating clear crystals.
Junior Rockhounds Page!
Click on the crystal!
The society is a member of the Eastern Federation of
Mineralogical & Lapidary Societies Inc. and the
Southeast Federation of Mineralogical Societies, Inc.,
which are affiliated with the American Federation of
Mineralogical Societies. Our members are able to
participate in activities sponsored by these
organizations.
Search the Society's site.
Click image above  
for a PDF
of the Society's
brochure