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Members Art, Collections and exciting news

Field Trips

These are only open to current club members.

We meet on the first Monday of each month, unless the date falls on a holiday, then the meeting is moved to the second Monday. Visitors Welcome!!!!!

TIME: 6:45pm
PLACE: ETGMS Clubhouse
2015 Deerbrook Drive Tyler, Texas
Off of Paluxy Dr. (Map)

Meeting and Events Calendar

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East Texas Gem & Mineral Society (ETGMS) is a Nonprofit 501(C)(3) organization led by a Board of Directors. ETGMS was formed by a group of people that shared a common interest, and held our first organizational meeting November 12, 1956. ETGMS was created so others that shared those same interests would have a place to gather, communicate, and learn from others in the group. Our purpose is to educate and promote the study of geology, mineralogy, gems, fossils and the lapidary arts. ETGMS is affiliated with the South Central Federation of Mineral Societies and the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies.

In January ETGMS hosts The East Texas Gem and Mineral Society - Annual Gemstone and Jewelry Show.  The show is a major fund raiser for the club.  

ETGMS owns the national renowned Rock Food Table

Check out our About page for a more in depth specifics about our club and our Member's Gallery to see the latest updates about and from our members.   

Award Winning Newsletter  -

                     National Affiliations

Check out what's happening in our special interest sub groups
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Listings of activities and what's coming up

Photos provided by Kinney Polve, Zachary Weenick, Margaret Kilanski and Webstarts public clip art


Zachary and Melissa Weenick - Winners at 32nd Annual World Championship Quartz Dig - Oct. 2019

Melissa takes 1st Place in Top 5 "Clusters"

Zachary takes 3rd Place in Top 5 "Clusters" and 4th Place in Top 5 "Points"

Thanks to Melissa and Zachary's effort The East Texas Gem and Mineral Society gets 1st Place for Club with Most Points.  Check out the Members Gallery page for more details on our winners and the dig event.

Page updated 1/09/2020

We have fun!! Here's our Past President Fred Mahaffey presiding over our  Christmas Party - Dec. 2019 

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