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SF Gem & Mineral Society's 63rd Annual Gem Show & Sale - "Gems & Minerals of the Far east

August 19, 2017
10:00 am
San Francisco County Fair Building

We invite you, your family, and your friends to join us at our 63rd Annual Gem Show & Sale which takes place on Saturday August 19th & Sunday August 20th at the SF County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park (9th Avenue & Lincoln). The show features 30 vendors and over 60 stunning displays with high quality specimines from all over the world! According to Show Chair Ellen Nott, "Our theme this year, “Gems and Minerals of the Far East’, emphasizes colorful and exciting displays from Asia and beyond. We are expecting displays of fine Jadeite and antiquities, beautiful pearls from Japan and China, and a display of Suiseki specimens, in addition to the exquisite exhibits of member collections, creations and Society projects. On-site events include educational demonstrations: carving, geode cutting, flint knapping, lapidary and beadwork. Door prizes are scheduled for both days, so don't forget to get your raffle tickets too! Traditionally attracting a broad spectrum of visitors, this weekend event is ideal for the entire family. The show also arranges educational and entertaining activities geared for children, so bring the youngsters along with you. Admission for adults is $10. Seniors and students pay $8. Children under 12 are admitted free with a paid adult. For more information and a discount admission coupon, visit our web site at www Parking is available at the California Academy of Sciences garage. Easy access is offered by transit: Muni #5, #44, and N-Judah. Click here for Muni lines. If you are interested in becoming a member of the San Francisco Gem and Mineral Society, please visit our website for more details about us, and why we'd love to have you aboard -


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