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Livermore Valley Lithophiles 
Description: "Lithophiles" are rock lovers and the Livermore Valley Lithophiles is a society for people interested in any phase of the Lapidary and/or Earth Sciences. The activities range from collecting rocks and minerals, through jewelry making and our annual show "Lithorama." Monthly meetings are a time to plan field trips together, share talents in various aspects of the Lapidary and Earth Sciences, enjoy educational programs, and conduct business. Refreshments are always provided, door prizes awarded, and a raffle is usually held with rock-related gifts.

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Added on: 09-Dec-2016
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Nevada County Gem and Mineral Society (Grass Valley Area) 
Description: The Nevada County Gem and Mineral Society is a non-profit organization that promotes the study of mineralogy, geology, and fossils. They also encourage the collection of minerals and recreation.

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Added on: 23-Apr-2016
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Mineral and Gem Society of Castro Valley 
Description: The Mineral & Gem Society of Castro Valley is a non-profit educational corporation. All members that run this club are volunteers and are not paid. As a member you are expected to learn how to cut a calibrated cabochon (polished gemstone) once you join before learning other lapidary skills. When you learn how to cut a cabochon, you will learn how to use some of the shops equipment. We have professional volunteer instructors to assist you in this process every step of the way so you are not alone.

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Added on: 09-Dec-2016
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Mariposa Gem and Mineral Club 
Description: Mariposa Gem & Mineral Club (MGMC) is a non-profit organization which was founded in 1990. Through articles, classes, field trips, shows, and workshops, we promote Earth Science Education and lapidary arts and crafts instructions.

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Added on: 09-Dec-2016
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Stockton Lapidary and Mineral Club (Stockton Area) 
Description: The Stockton Lapidary and Mineral Club was founded in 1936, and is a non-profit organization. Our purpose and objective is the advancement of the Earth Sciences by learning and sharing with our membership and by actively promoting the Earth Sciences in our community.

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Added on: 23-Apr-2016
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Feather River Lapidary and Mineral Club 
Description: This rockhounding club was founded in 2008 in Oroville located in northern California to promote and encourage all aspects of collecting and studying rocks, minerals, and fossils, and the pursuit of all types of lapidary and jewelry art. The club's goals are to educate members through field trips, lectures, classes, and hands-on experience about rocks and lapidary techniques. The club has a top-rated rock cutting and polishing shop for members to learn to cut, shape and polish rocks for jewelry and objects of art. Other classes and jewelry making techniques are available. Members also conduct outreach programs to schools to increase knowledge and interest to students and teachers in the local communities.

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Added on: 09-Dec-2016
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Vallejo Gem and Mineral Society 
Description: Vallejo Gem & Mineral Society was founded October 8, 1954. It was formed by rockhounds interested in sharing their interest and knowledge of rocks, minerals, geology, and other aspects of rockhounging and collecting, cutting, and polishing. We are a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization dedicated to sharing our knowledge and talents of lapidary, lost wax casting, wire wrapping, silversmithing, beading, and other jewelry and crafting skills.

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Added on: 16-Jan-2017
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Calaveras Gem and Mineral Society (Angels Camp Area) 
Description: Established in 1948, the Calaveras Gem and Mineral Society continues to flourish and carry out its purpose of sharing knowledge and interests in Rocks and Minerals with others who have the same interests and providing information to its members and the public. The club is a member of the California Federation of Mineralogical Societies (CFMS)

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Added on: 11-Apr-2016
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Fossils For Fun Society (Fair Oaks/Sacramento Area) 
Description: The Fossils For Fun Society (FFF) was formed with the purpose of promoting fellowship, to gain and disseminate knowledge through the study of fossils. The comaraderie and the sharing of the love of fossils by members is the best of all.

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Added on: 11-Apr-2016
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Roseville Rock Rollers Gem and Mineral Society (Roseville Area) 
Description: The purpose of the Society shall be to bring together, in good fellowship, individuals who are interested in the earth sciences, the arts of lapidary and gemology, with the intent of furthering their knowledge, abilities and comprehension of those arts and sciences.

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Added on: 23-Apr-2016
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