Timpanogos Gem & Mineral Society P.O.BOX 65 PROVO, UT 84601
MEETINGS held January, February, March, April, May, September and October Educational Meetings held the last Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Springville Senior Center - 65 E 200 South Springville.
Meetings held June, July, August are work meetings starting at 4:30 p.m. to get ready for the show and Dinner starting at 6:30 p.m. up Hobble Creek Canyon, Springville, Utah.
November is the Election Meeting and the yearly Auction with our own Jim Baird as Auctioneer. The meeting is held the Last Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise stated.
December is the Club member’s Christmas Dinner.
OBJECT of our club is to stimulate interest in earth science, the collection and classification of minerals and fossils, the lapidary arts, and gem cutting.
THE CLUB is a non-profit, educational, and recreational organization. It is affiliated with the Northwest Federation and Mineralogical Societies, Inc.
MONTHLY PROGRAMS are "informal" with how-to sessions, interesting speakers, slide programs, exhibits, etc. Each month we have a silent auction table with rocks supplied by the club as well as by members. This a fascinating hobby because of its many aspects. GUESTS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME to attend our meetings. Field Trips are taken spring, summer and early fall. Guides show us productive locations and tell us what to look for. Meeting places and information are also found in our Monthly Bulletins.
MEMBERSHIP FEE (US funds) for an Adult membership, 17 - 100 is $20.00 and for Youth members, 5 - 16 $5.00 per fiscal year beginning April 1st.
We have a JUNIOR CLUB for Youth 5 through and including 16 with an accompanying parent. This meeting is held the Second Monday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at the Reagan Academy 1143 W. Center St. Springville, Ut. (from 400 South - turn north on 950 West, go to Center Street turn left, then turn left into Reagan Academy.) Charlotte and Jerry Davis are the leaders. They have fun educational activities and they get to take home something to remind them of the night’s activities.
FAMILIES find this hobby a wonderful opportunity to spend time together, and to explore the many fascinating and educational aspects in the world of minerals. Come visit or join a wonderful group of people in search o f knowledge and enjoyment in the world around them.