KANSAS CITY GEM & MINERAL SHOW COUPON
Here’s a coupon for $1 off admission to the show. Come see the displays of Rocks and Minerals. Retailers will be selling rocks, fossils, cabochons, jewelry, beads and much more. Showmerockhounds.com
FLUORESCENT MINERAL FLYER
Photographs and text by Dan Snow
Melonite, Fluorescent Watermelon Calcite
Melonite photographed under shortwave UV light.
This will be on display at the 59th Gem & Mineral Show, KCI Expo Center, 2020
Franklinite, Calcite and Willemite
Franklinite, Calcite and Willemite photographed under shortwave UV Light.
This will be on display at the 59th gem and Mineral Show, KCI Expo Center, 2020
Chalcedony photographed under white light, then under shortwave UV light.
Will be on display at the 59th Gem and Mineral Show, KCI Expo Center, 2020
Fairburn Agate from South Dakota, photographed under white light, then under longwave UV light.
This will be on display at the 59th Gem & Mineral Show at the KCI Expo Center, 2020
A cut and polished septarian nodule. First photographed under white light, then short wave ultraviolet light. It will be in the fluorescent mineral display at the 59th Gem & Mineral Show at the KCI Expo Center March 13th, 14th and 15th, 2020.
Photographed by Dan Snow
November Waldo Library Display
Show-Me Rockhounds – show-off some of their activities and display specimens of rocks and minerals. Credit for the display and arrangement goes to Steve. He put together two very nice posters showing some club activities including wire wrapping, field trips and related photos of interest. One poster asks it you might be a rockhound. All specimens are from Steve’s and other members collections. What a great variety! Something for everyone. Photos by Connie Snow
Door Prizes Spring 2018
Adult Door Prizes
#1 Pendant created by artist Marv Dahmen. Valued at $55 (I think it might be more valuable than that -ed.)
#2 Polychrome jasper from Madagascar. 6 1/2″ tall and weighing 5 1/2 lb. Valued at $100
#3 Large trilobite from Morocco. 16″ long. Valued at $250
Kids’ Door Prizes
#1 Bismuth specimen. 2 1/2″ X 2 1/2″.
Valued at $65
#2 Sphalerite and marcasite specimen from Potosi, MO. 6″ X 7″. Valued at $75
#3 Rock Tumbler. Valued at $60