Flagg Gem and Mineral Show

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Mesa Community College, 1833 W Southern Ave, Mesa, AZ 85202
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The Foundation sponsors the annual Flagg Gem and Mineral Show. This show is usually scheduled for the first weekend in January and is our largest fundraising event. The show, however, may occasionally move to the following weekend to avoid conflicts with New Year’s Day celebrations. It’s informal tailgate format offers a low cost venue for field collectors and local mineral/lapidary clubs to share their latest finds with children, teachers, rockhounds, and the general public. The show is held at Mesa Community College at Dobson Rd. and the Superstition Freeway in Mesa, AZ and parking and admission are free to the public.
One goal of this show is to increase the interest of children in rocks, minerals, geology, and science. Children can become interested in science through minerals, crystals, and fossils, and our hope is to encourage their interest. Several groups will have free samples for children and for teachers and there are free activities as well.


2017 FGMS Show Information

PHOENIX AREA’S LARGEST GEM AND MINERAL SHOW
45th FLAGG GEM AND MINERAL SHOW

(JEWELRY, GEMS, BEADS, FOSSILS, MINERALS, AND LAPIDARY SUPPLIES)

 FREE PARKING
FREE ADMISSION

 FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY JANUARY 6, 7, and 8, 2017
9AM TO 5PM EACH DAY

 AT MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

 THE WEST PARKING LOT ON DOBSON ROAD JUST NORTH OF THE SUPERSTITION FREEWAY (ROUTE 60), MESA, ARIZONA

Additional information about the 2017 Flagg Gem and Mineral Show
(including the 2017 poster) will be posted here when available

Poster design by Harvey Jong
Top left: Silver, Mineral Park, Cerbat Mountains, Mohave County, Arizona, Former David Eidahl Collection, GIA® Museum, Tony Kampf photo
Top right:, Silver, Silver King Mine, Pinal County, Arizona, Former Gene Schlepp specimen, current owner unknown, Wendell Wilson photo
Center: Silver, Silver King Mine, Pinal County, Arizona, Barbara Muntyan specimen, Jeff Scovil photo
Bottom left:, Silver, Mohave County, Arizona, Evan Jones specimen & photo
Bottom right: Silver, Lucky Cuss Mine, Tombstone Hills, Cochise County, Arizona, Flagg Mineral Foundation Collection, Jeff Scovil photo

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