Castlegar area rockhounds take note

An opportunity to explore many facets relating to the gem, mineral and fossil hobby

Event is set for this weekend in Castlegar

There is a happening on June the 8 & 9. Kootenay Gem, Mineral, Fossil, Show & Sale  starts on Saturday 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.  Sunday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at  the Castlegar & District Community Complex.

There will be geode-splitting, crystals, minerals, gems, jewelry, lapidary supplies, vendors, displays, demonstrations, hands on Gold Panning, and supplies. Selkirk College Geology Department will help you identify your mystery rock, bring it in.   Admission at door, adults- $4;  youth 6-12- $2 under 6 free,   hourly door prizes.

Rain or shine come and have a rockin’ good time… hosted by the Kokanee, and Selkirk, rock clubs.

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