November 20th Program Meeting

Featuring:

Rock of the Month Presentation
“Benitoite Star”
by Eugene Kim, Ellen Kim

Benitoite is a rare blue barium titanium silicate mineral and is the state gemstone of California. Even rarer are twinned occurrences which may form stars, including the 6-pointed “Star of David”.

Main Presentation
“Tourist’s Guide to Boulder Opal & the Yowah Opal Field”
by Leslie Neff, Larry Hoskinson

TBD


We hold informative monthly meetings. Our meetings are held in the comfort of the Donald Wright Auditorium of the Pasadena Central Library, 285 E. Walnut Street, Pasadena, California. Comfortable seating, lighting, a stage and audio-visual system allows us to attract quality speakers, provide demonstrations and interesting videos for our members!

Meetings are the third Tuesday of the month. Members and guests arrive between 6 pm and 6:30 pm for refreshments and information exchange. A display table at the back of the room allows our Education Committee and society members to display creations, finds, and the birthstone of the month. It is also a place for members and guests to have unknown minerals identified.

Our meetings begin at 6:30 pm and end at 8:45 pm. They include a business session and a program on a subject relating to our earth science hobby. Refreshments are served at a break between the sessions. The program may include demonstrations, slide shows, videos, auctions, show and sell, or lectures on various subjects.