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  1. Hello i was wondering if anyone here will be attending the show in chattanooga on july 27th and 28th?
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    Compete for pride, prestige, glory and really spiffy metals - if you're one the best!! All levels of competitor are welcome, beginner through professional, including team competition! The panning competition is part of the Foresthill Heritage Festival, a celebration of our rich heritage of mining and lumber. Fun for all! Sponsored by the Mother Lode Goldhounds of Auburn California August 31 through September 1, 2019 (Saturday and Sunday Labor Day Weekend) For a schedule of events, click here. For the championship rules, click here. Question? Email: mmatus@onemain.com Championship categories: Men’s Skilled – 16 years or older Women’s Skilled – 16 years or older Juniors – 15 years or younger, any gender Teams – 3 person teams, no age or gender requirements Open – No age or gender requirements Veterans – 60 years or older, Men and Women combined event Beginners – Never competed in a competition and panned 20 or fewer pans of material Steele Classic – Any age and gender
  3. Steve Herschbach

    PNW Miners Rally

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    2019 PNW MINERS RALLY WHERE: LIBERTY, Washington WHEN: AUGUST 23TH, 24TH & 25TH 2019 FREE TO THE PUBLIC Tour Historic Liberty, Observe an Arrastra in use, Hands on Equipment Demonstrations, Visit nearby gemstone sites, Metal Detector Night Hunt, Raffles for Great Prizes, Free Dry Camping, Purchase Prospecting & Mining Equipment... PRESENTATIONS & LECTURES HANDS ON EQUIPMENT DEMONSTRATIONS VISIT HISTORIC LIBERTY VISIT NEARBY GEMSTONE SITES PROSPECTING & MINING ASSOCIATIONS FOOD AVAILABLE ON SITE RAFFLES FOR GREAT PRIZES GAMES FOR PRIZES (KIDS & ADULTS) NIGHT TIME METAL DETECTOR HUNT PROSPECTING EQUIPMENT JEWELRY & ARTWORK PANNING COMPETITION More Information
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    Underground Gold Miners Museum 10th Annual Miner's Weekend Gold Show June 15th and 16th, 10am to 5pm Admission $2 Underground Gold Miners Museum 356 Main Street Alleghany, CA 95910 Native gold display form the Alleghany District and beyond. 16-to-1 Mine Gold Quartz Specimen Raffle. Drawing on Sunday at 5PM. Need not be present to win! Sunday Only: 16 to 1 Mine Tours. Journey underground. Reservations required! Available online in late April or May. Or call 530-287-3223 and ask for Rae Bell Website: http://www.undergroundgold.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Undergroundgoldminersmuseum/ 10th Annual Miner's Weekend Gold Show
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    May 4, 2019 – May 5, 2019 Will Rogers Memorial Center & Facilities 3401 W Lancaster Ave, Fort Worth, Texas 76107 Saturday 10am - 5pm Sunday 10am - 4pm Kids 12 and under - FREE Military and Veterans w/ ID - FREE $5 Pre-Sale $10 at the door FREE Gold to the first 250 people in line each morning! FREE Gold Panning and KEEP the Gold you find! Today, there is actually more gold to find than the old-timers found way back in the 1800’s gold rush era. Gold prospecting and treasure hunting has become a very popular and family oriented hobby. At these shows there is something for just about everyone to do in their search for that elusive gold and treasure. Fun for the Whole Family Whether young, old, or somewhere in the middle, the excitement of unearthing your first spec of gold is something that you're not soon to forget. The Gold and Treasure expos are great opportunities to experience that level of excitement first hand. Spread out amongst the vendors are panning troughs for both kids and adults where you can learn skills and techniques used by the best in the business to uncover a healthy amount of gold. Thousands of Dollars in Prizes Metal detectors, pans, sluice boxes, you name it! Each day, thousands of dollars in door prizes are given away. All you have to do is show up and you could be leaving with a brand new piece of top of the line prospecting equipment. It really is that easy! Connect Find a chapter close to you, make new friends, keep in touch with old ones! Each show has a handful of local chapters for you to connect with and join to have a "family" of your own to go prospecting with! Learn • Explore • Shop Rub elbows with some of the best prospectors in the business and learn key prospecting techniques as they host seminars throughout the day. Browse the show floor and get your hands on the latest and greatest in prospecting equipment. With dozens of vendors and hundreds of items, you're sure to find something you'll want to take into the field with you. Seminars Daily seminars include topics such as: Prospecting Techniques Metal Detecting Fine Gold Recovery Gold Expeditions Much More All seminars are included with your admission to the Gold and Treasure Expo. There is no better place to learn new prospecting skills from some of the most respected miners in the business. If you’ve been thinking that panning for gold seems like an exciting new hobby - then this is the place to start! Not only are you right about how fun it is, but local chapter members set up areas specifically to teach newcomers how to pan for gold. This is an especially exciting opportunity for your children to learn too! At the Gold & Treasure Shows, you’ll also be able to pick up accessories and meet good people who are happy to show you local spots to dig for gold. Buy Tickets Online Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/events/1832924870110626/
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    April 13, 2019 – April 14, 2019 National Western Complex 4655 Humboldt St, Denver, Colorado 80216 Saturday 10am - 5pm Sunday 10am - 4pm Kids 12 and under - FREE Military and Veterans w/ ID - FREE $5 Pre-Sale $10 at the door FREE Gold to the first 250 people in line each morning! FREE Gold Panning and KEEP the Gold you find! Today, there is actually more gold to find than the old-timers found way back in the 1800’s gold rush era. Gold prospecting and treasure hunting has become a very popular and family oriented hobby. At these shows there is something for just about everyone to do in their search for that elusive gold and treasure. Fun for the Whole Family Whether young, old, or somewhere in the middle, the excitement of unearthing your first spec of gold is something that you're not soon to forget. The Gold and Treasure expos are great opportunities to experience that level of excitement first hand. Spread out amongst the vendors are panning troughs for both kids and adults where you can learn skills and techniques used by the best in the business to uncover a healthy amount of gold. Thousands of Dollars in Prizes Metal detectors, pans, sluice boxes, you name it! Each day, thousands of dollars in door prizes are given away. All you have to do is show up and you could be leaving with a brand new piece of top of the line prospecting equipment. It really is that easy! Connect Find a chapter close to you, make new friends, keep in touch with old ones! Each show has a handful of local chapters for you to connect with and join to have a "family" of your own to go prospecting with! Learn • Explore • Shop Rub elbows with some of the best prospectors in the business and learn key prospecting techniques as they host seminars throughout the day. Browse the show floor and get your hands on the latest and greatest in prospecting equipment. With dozens of vendors and hundreds of items, you're sure to find something you'll want to take into the field with you. Seminars Daily seminars include topics such as: Prospecting Techniques Metal Detecting Fine Gold Recovery Gold Expeditions Much More All seminars are included with your admission to the Gold and Treasure Expo. There is no better place to learn new prospecting skills from some of the most respected miners in the business. If you’ve been thinking that panning for gold seems like an exciting new hobby - then this is the place to start! Not only are you right about how fun it is, but local chapter members set up areas specifically to teach newcomers how to pan for gold. This is an especially exciting opportunity for your children to learn too! At the Gold & Treasure Shows, you’ll also be able to pick up accessories and meet good people who are happy to show you local spots to dig for gold. Buy Tickets Online Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/events/285638548697541/
  7. Dang, I was planning on getting a booth to demo the Sweep Jig. Can't find any mention of the Boise show on the 'net. Jim
  8. Anyone going? I’ll probably make it up there for a bit this weekend. My goal is to do all the panning at all the stations I can and get as much advice as possible from anyone who’ll give it out. ? Oh, and I’m also going to win all the door prizes. This will be my first GPAA event I’m attending - anything in particular I should make sure to see? -Julie
  9. Hello Prospectors! We are excited to host the 20th Annual Gold Prospecting & Treasure Show, March 16th and 17th, 2019. Learn all about small scale mining, gold prospecting & the exciting hobby of recreational gold panning. See the latest in small scale mining equipment and metal detectors. Try your luck at our panning booths. Learn how and where to prospect for gold or look for treasure. Get ideas on how to turn your treasures into keepsakes and collectibles. Visit our gold display and talk to our members about their equipment display and experiences. Vote in our homemade/modified equipment contest. Food and beverages will be available. Admission $5 per person, children 12 & under are free. Fun for the WHOLE family. March 16 & 17, 2019 Saturday 9am - 5pm Sunday 9am - 4pm Jacklin Building #25 4056 N Government Way Coeur d’Alene, ID 83815 For additional information, please email info@nwgpagoldshow.com or visit the Contact Us page. Keep in touch with the club at nwgoldprospectors.org
  10. The Las Vegas GPAA Gold and Treasure show was always the "big event" of the year for this organization, and something I looked forward too attending as well. Yeh I know there are show dates in other places but there's no place like Vegas! What's up with this organization anyways.......any idea? I haven't been a member in a long time.
  11. https://quartzsitegoldshowcom.wordpress.com/ This is a really good show put on every year in Quartzsite, Arizona, so if you’re in the area, check it out!
  12. My thinking to have a really great gold show you need to be in gold country to start with. It’s a long drive for me from San Antonio to Phoenix but I’m going to do my best to make it. It’s just a more exciting time had there than others I’ve made . Chris do you think maybe you will be there and Steve too ? I was there once before and had the pleasure of meeting you both and hope to get that opportunity again. Chuck
  13. Those of you who frequent this forum (especially the general gold forum) are familiar with posts by Gerry in Idaho (https://www.detectorprospector.com/profile/182-gerry-in-idaho/) who among other things is a full-time multiline dealer with 40 years of metal detecting experience and 20 years detecting for native gold. He conducts four 3-day training classes each year, two in central Nevada (Rye Patch) and two in Southeast Oregon. The tuition varies depending upon whether or not and which detector you've bought from him. You can see the details on his website (http://gerrysdetectors.com/training/), on one of his Ebay ads (e.g. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Minelab-GPX-5000-Metal-Detector-with-7-Coils-3-Days-Gold-Nugget-Training/273599397260?hash=item3fb3cb7d8c:g:2zsAAOSw5tNb-KBu:rk:1:pf:0&LH_ItemCondition=3000) or by calling him. He hasn't asked me (nor did he know until I told him in an e-mail today) that I'm writing this review, so everything here is strictly my view/opinion from having taken the class. Everything is from memory so there may be some errors but I'll count on responses from others in attendance to correct my inaccuracies. Overview: The class consists of one day of 'lecture' and two days of 'lab' (in-field experience). Gerry himself conducts most of the lecture part (Lunk: https://www.detectorprospector.com/profile/401-lunk/ talked about coil design and applications) but the meat is the hands-on training for which is provided an expert staff of assistants. Each day consisted of (approximately) 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM contact with 30-60 minute lunch break. Demographics: There were 16 students in attendance (18 signed up with 2 no-shows) and a total of five instructors (besides Gerry and Lunk: Scott, Mark, and Spencer) for a very generous 1::3 teacher to student ratio. The 16 students were from the following states (I may have missed a couple): California, Nevada, Montana, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Texas, South Dakota, Illinois, Indiana, and Virginia. My estimation of age split is two younger than 50 years old. (I'd like to think I, at age 65, was about the median but probably in the highside tail....?) All were male although some brought spouses/significant others. Four of the five instructors were from Idaho and the fifth from Nevada. (I think 2/5 were under 50 but I may be being generous. ?) We wore nametags with first name, state of residence, and detector. Location, etc: Many here are familiar with the Rye Patch area, a high (4000 ft elevation), relatively flat desert with little vegetation. The site of the actual class is only 15 miles driving distance from the I-80 superhighway and all but the last 1.5 miles are on maintained 2-lane 'gravel' road. One student actually arrived daily (by commute from nearby town) in a 2wd compact (Ford Escape?) which was likely challenging over the last 1.5 miles of rutted single lane road. The area where we met had several 'primitive' (no ammenities) camping spots and about half the attendees took advantage of that, all the way from tents to fully-outfitted travel trailers. The weather was quite cooperative (typically mid-60's and sunny daytime but freezing or lower overnight) with no precip. The lecture part was outdoors with seating provided. No sound system (but Gerry didn't need one). Requirements: basically few, but you were allowed to train on one detector (pre-approved to make sure at least one instructor had familiarity with it) and any accompanying family members could sit in the lecture but otherwise would receive no field training. Detectors: nine students brought the Minelab GPZ 7000, three brought Minelab GPX's (mostly 4500's but I think there may have been one 5000) and one SDC 2300, 1 1/2 White's Golmaster 24k and 1 1/2 Minelab Equinox 800. (1 1/2 because Gerry made an exception on the "one detector per student" rule for someone to train one day on each.) Day 1 Lecture: began with personal introductions of all 21 (students and staff). Gerry related some of his many experiences in the morning session, including lots of detector info. Afternoon began with explanations equipment he brought for sale (and why he stakes his reputation on them) then continuation of general detecting advice. The day ended with a demonstration of how the various technologies (PI, VLF, ZVT) respond to various types and sizes of native gold in air tests. Much of the day was a review for me since I've read a lot of articles, forum posts, and books on finding gold. The highlight was the last part where the different gold specimens were exposed to the detectors and the responses (or lack of such) were demonstrated. Days 2&3 lab / hands-on experience: As mentioned above, this was for me by far the most valuable part of the course. Students were split into five groups (typically 3 per group) and assigned instructors for anywhere from 2 to 4 hours of personal training. The division was by detector type, so there were three Z7000 groups, one PI group, and one VLF group. The instructors were rotated such that each group experienced the expertise of each of the five instructors. Their styles varied but I learned something from each. For example, it was interesting to see the different setups preferred between instructors for the same detector (in my case the Eqx 800). One added feature is that if a student got a promising signal (verified by an instructor) the others were given the option of watching the dig and (more importantly) trying their own detectors pre-recovery to monitor the response. Day 2 training was close to the lecture site and day 3 was another part of the area. Summary/Conclusion: I was one of the few who paid the full tuition (since I had not bought my detector from Gerry) and it was worth every penny. The comaraderie was great (kind of like on this website ?) with (as far as I experienced) no bickering and a lot of encouragement and support among the participants. There was not a weak link among the instructors. I was left wishing for more, but that only emphasizes my satisfaction of 3 full days of instruction/training. I think a majority of GPZ swingers found gold but the rest of us (PI's and VLF's) drew blanks (well, until the encore, for me: https://www.detectorprospector.com/forums/topic/8195-lost-my-gold-virginity/).
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    Sat, Mar 30, 2019, 10:00 AM – Sun, Mar 31, 2019, 4:00 PM PST Portland Expo Center 2060 N Marine Dr. Portland, OR 97217 Saturday 10am - 5pm Sunday 10am - 4pm Adults $5 presale online purchase tickets here Adults $10 door Kids 12 and under - FREE Military and Veterans w/ ID - FREE Today, there is actually more gold to find than the old-timers found way back in the 1800’s gold rush era. Gold prospecting and treasure hunting has become a very popular and family oriented hobby. At these shows there is something for just about everyone to do in their search for that elusive gold and treasure. Fun for the Whole Family. Whether young, old, or somewhere in the middle, the excitement of unearthing your first spec of gold is something that you're not soon to forget. The Gold and Treasure expos are great opportunities to experience that level of excitement first hand. Spread out amongst the vendors are panning troughs for both kids and adults where you can learn skills and techniques used by the best in the business to uncover a healthy amount of gold. Thousands of Dollars in Prizes. Metal detectors, pans, sluice boxes, you name it! Each day, thousands of dollars in door prizes are given away. All you have to do is show up and you could be leaving with a brand new piece of top of the line prospecting equipment. It really is that easy! Connect. Find a chapter close to you, make new friends, keep in touch with old ones! Each show has a handful of local chapters for you to connect with and join to have a "family" of your own to go prospecting with! Learn • Explore • Shop. Rub elbows with some of the best prospectors in the business and learn key prospecting techniques as they host seminars throughout the day. Browse the show floor and get your hands on the latest and greatest in prospecting equipment. With dozens of vendors and hundreds of items, you're sure to find something you'll want to take into the field with you. Seminars Daily seminars include topics such as: Prospecting Techniques Metal Detecting Fine Gold Recovery Gold Expeditions Much More All seminars are included with your admission to the Gold and Treasure Expo. There is no better place to learn new prospecting skills from some of the most respected miners in the business. If you’ve been thinking that panning for gold seems like an exciting new hobby - then this is the place to start! Not only are you right about how fun it is, but local chapter members set up areas specifically to teach newcomers how to pan for gold. This is an especially exciting opportunity for your children to learn too! At the Gold & Treasure Shows, you’ll also be able to pick up accessories and meet good people who are happy to show you local spots to dig for gold. Event page https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-portland-gold-treasure-show-tickets-49854585407 Facebook Page
  15. Steve Herschbach

    Quartzsite Gold Show

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    The 2019 Quartzsite Gold Show Vendors inside and outside with metal detectors, prospecting, gold and silver vendors and other treasures for sale. There will be three days of non-stop activities going on, with guest speakers all three days talking about gold, meteorites, Quartzsite gold fields, public lands for the people, and many other subjects dealing with gold and other treasures. See the website below for more information on the speaker list as the date gets closer. The Gold Show promises to be bigger and better than before with Tesoro Metal Detectors as our major corporate sponsor. February 8-10, 2019 at the QIA building. Friday – Saturday 9-4, Sunday 9-3 235 N. Ironwood Avenue, Quartzsite, AZ 85359 $5 entry or $10 in raffle tickets. Your entry ticket is good for all 3 days of events and speakers. Updates on Facebook Quartzsite Gold Show Facebook Email QuartzsiteAZGoldShow@gmail.com Vendor Information call 928-927-5479 For more information visit our website. Quartzsite, AZ Gold & Treasure Show
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    Sat, Mar 23, 2019, 10:00 AM – Sun, Mar 24, 2019, 4:00 PM PDT Washington State Fair Events Center 110 9th Avenue Southwest Puyallup, WA 98371 Saturday 10am - 5pm Sunday 10am - 4pm Adults $5 presale online purchase tickets here Adults $10 door Kids 12 and under - FREE Military and Veterans w/ ID - FREE Fun for the Whole Family - Whether young, old, or somewhere in the middle, the excitement of unearthing your first spec of gold is something that you're not soon to forget. The Gold and Treasure expos are great opportunities to experience that level of excitement first hand. Spread out amongst the vendors are panning troughs for both kids and adults where you can learn skills and techniques used by the best in the business to uncover a healthy amount of gold.Thousands of Dollars in Prizes - Metal detectors, pans, sluice boxes, you name it! Each day, thousands of dollars in door prizes are given away. All you have to do is show up and you could be leaving with a brand new piece of top of the line prospecting equipment. It really is that easy!Learn • Explore • Shop - Rub elbows with some of the best prospectors in the business and learn key prospecting techniques as they host seminars throughout the day. Browse the show floor and get your hands on the latest and greatest in prospecting equipment. With dozens of vendors and hundreds of items, you're sure to find something you'll want to take into the field with you.Seminars - All seminars are included with your admission to the Gold and Treasure Expo. There is no better place to learn new prospecting skills from some of the most respected miners in the business.Daily seminars include topics such as:Prospecting TechniquesMetal DetectingFine Gold RecoveryGold ExpeditionsMuch More Event page https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-puyallup-gold-treasure-show-tickets-49854196243?
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    Sat, Mar 2, 2019, 10:00 AM – Sun, Mar 3, 2019, 4:00 PM MST Arizona State Fair 1826 West McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85007 Saturday 10am - 5pm Sunday 10am - 4pm Adults $5 presale online purchase tickets here Adults $10 door Kids 12 and under - FREE Military and Veterans w/ ID - FREE Fun for the Whole Family - Whether young, old, or somewhere in the middle, the excitement of unearthing your first spec of gold is something that you're not soon to forget. The Gold and Treasure expos are great opportunities to experience that level of excitement first hand. Spread out amongst the vendors are panning troughs for both kids and adults where you can learn skills and techniques used by the best in the business to uncover a healthy amount of gold.Thousands of Dollars in Prizes - Metal detectors, pans, sluice boxes, you name it! Each day, thousands of dollars in door prizes are given away. All you have to do is show up and you could be leaving with a brand new piece of top of the line prospecting equipment. It really is that easy!Learn • Explore • Shop - Rub elbows with some of the best prospectors in the business and learn key prospecting techniques as they host seminars throughout the day. Browse the show floor and get your hands on the latest and greatest in prospecting equipment. With dozens of vendors and hundreds of items, you're sure to find something you'll want to take into the field with you.Seminars - All seminars are included with your admission to the Gold and Treasure Expo. There is no better place to learn new prospecting skills from some of the most respected miners in the business.Daily seminars include topics such as:Prospecting TechniquesMetal DetectingFine Gold RecoveryGold ExpeditionsMuch More Event page https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-phoenix-gold-treasure-show-tickets-49852036784?ref=ecal
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    Sat, Mar 9, 2019, 10:00 AM – Sun, Mar 10, 2019, 4:00 PM PST The Big Fresno Fair 1121 South Chance Avenue Fresno, CA 93702 Saturday 10am - 5pm Sunday 10am - 4pm Adults $5 presale online purchase tickets here Adults $10 door Kids 12 and under - FREE Military and Veterans w/ ID - FREE Fun for the Whole Family - Whether young, old, or somewhere in the middle, the excitement of unearthing your first spec of gold is something that you're not soon to forget. The Gold and Treasure expos are great opportunities to experience that level of excitement first hand. Spread out amongst the vendors are panning troughs for both kids and adults where you can learn skills and techniques used by the best in the business to uncover a healthy amount of gold.Thousands of Dollars in Prizes - Metal detectors, pans, sluice boxes, you name it! Each day, thousands of dollars in door prizes are given away. All you have to do is show up and you could be leaving with a brand new piece of top of the line prospecting equipment. It really is that easy!Learn • Explore • Shop - Rub elbows with some of the best prospectors in the business and learn key prospecting techniques as they host seminars throughout the day. Browse the show floor and get your hands on the latest and greatest in prospecting equipment. With dozens of vendors and hundreds of items, you're sure to find something you'll want to take into the field with you.Seminars - All seminars are included with your admission to the Gold and Treasure Expo. There is no better place to learn new prospecting skills from some of the most respected miners in the business.Daily seminars include topics such as:Prospecting TechniquesMetal DetectingFine Gold RecoveryGold ExpeditionsMuch More Event page https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-fresno-gold-treasure-show-tickets-49854437966?ref=ecal
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    Detectorworld is the absolute largest international metal detecting event and trade show ever organized in this industry with an expectancy of about 2,500 visitors from all over the world. It is, by far, the most exciting event put together for treasure hunters, gold miners, coin and antique collectors, archeologists, divers, outdoor / hunting / security people and more. Detectorworld is full of action and entertainment including daily Rallies and Demonstrations from 10:00am - 16:00pm. The rallies will be held on land, beach and underwater! Presentations by Mark Lawrie of Minelab, Dilek Gonulay of Nokta/Makro, Steve Moore of Garrett, and more! Visit the website for more information. Detectorworld Flyer
  20. This year the folks from Nokta/Makro stole the show at Detectival with their SMF announcement, but what was Minelab showing or discussing there? Any new Equinox accessories? Anything at all?
  21. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=319559705274507&id=230504936963369
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    The largest, oldest and most prestigious gem and mineral show in the world. The Tucson Gem and Mineral Show® has enjoyed international stature since the 1970s, and was the first gem and mineral show to bring the hobby enthusiast, the public, and the curator/professionals together for discovery and discussion. The Tucson Gem and Mineral Society proudly presents the 2019 Tucson Gem and Mineral Show® "WULFENITE IS LOVED" FEBRUARY 14–17, 2019 SMG-Tucson Convention Center Tickets available starting Thursday, January 16, 2019. Click here to be notified when more information is available. For days, times and discount ticket information: Click Here! Interested in participating as a TGMS Dealer in 2019? Click Here! For information on "Things To Do" - "Food & Drink" - "Hotel Accommodations" - "Events" in the City of Tucson while you are in town, use this link to answer all of your questions: VisitTucson
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    Underground Gold Miners Museum 9th Annual Gold Show June 16th and 17th, 10am to 5pm Admission $2 Underground Gold Miners Museum 356 Main Street Alleghany, CA 95910 Native gold display form the Alleghany District and beyond. 16-to-1 Mine Gold Quartz Specimen Raffle. Drawing on Sunday at 5PM. Need not be present to win! Sunday Only: 16 to 1 Mine Tours. Journey underground. Reservations required! Available online in late April or May. Or call 530-287-3223 and ask for Rae Bell Carbide lamp demonstrations. Website: http://www.undergroundgold.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Undergroundgoldminersmuseum/
  24. Great show steve hope you are back on with mike soon, cool to put a voice with the head hancho around here!! Listen to "Steve Hershbach" on Spreaker.
  25. You know why you go and I know why I do . Go that is. We all want to see what’s new plus we get caught up in the excitement that flows in the air.. The first thing I want to look at is another pinpointer that Steve H. had been talking about. I don’t think I’ll see that new 6” coil lots of us are waiting on to get here. My wife ask what I wanted for my birthday coming here in May. I told her money and don’t give it to me because I’m waiting on this new coil. She ask didn’t you just get a small coil for a detector and I said yes but that was for another detector.She did say let me know when it comes in and I’ll pay for it. Got to love them! Sorry about that my thinking jump the track a little. I got a friend coming down from Ok. to go with me to that show.I told him we going to need lots of money. So that’s the main thing I hope he don’t forget a little thing like that. I don’t see myself coming home with a new detector but like said a pinpointer will be mine. The Best to you on the next Treasure and Gold Show you attend. May your cup run over with whatever you wish for. Chuck
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