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Re: Pacific Northwest Chapter of Friends of Mineralogy Symposium
« Reply #7 on: July 08, 2016, 04:43:06 PM »
Pacific Northwest Chapter of Friends of Mineralogy Symposium
http://pnwfm.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/PNWFM_Brochure_2017.pdf
http://www.pnwfm.org/symposium.html

13-15 october 2017
14-16 october 2016

Kelso, Washington, USA

Also see:
https://www.mindat.org/mesg-64-421188.html
http://www.friendsofmineralogy.org/symposia.html



Symposium Talks
John Cornish – “Rat’s Nest, Summer Storm and New Beginnings, Custer County, Idaho: High Desert Treasure Chests!”
Rick Dillhoff – “The Purple Hope Claims, Green Ridge, King County, Washington”
Julian Gray – “Pacific Northwest Treasures at the Rice Museum of Rocks and Minerals”
Bob Jackson – “Big Amethyst at Little Gem”
Ray Lasmanis – “An Introduction to Pacific Northwest Geology”
Tony Potucek – “Two Intertwined Owyhee County Idaho Mining Districts: Silver City and De Lamar”
Doug Toland – “Green Monster Mountain: A Long-lived and Storied Locale That Still Has Promise”
Allan Young – “Belshazzar’s Gold”

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Re: Pacific Northwest Chapter of Friends of Mineralogy Symposium
« Reply #6 on: March 25, 2014, 10:12:17 PM »
Pacific Northwest Chapter of Friends of Mineralogy Symposium
http://www.pnwfm.org/symposium.html

9-11 october 2015
10-12 october 2014

Red Lion Motel
Kelso, Washington, USA

For older reports, see http://www.strahlen.org/forum/index.php/topic,16727.0.html

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Re: Pacific Northwest Chapter of Friends of Mineralogy Symposium
« Reply #5 on: September 19, 2013, 08:52:42 PM »
11-13 october 2013

This year's annual symposium is scheduled for October 11-13 and once again will be held at the Red Lion Motel at Kelso, WA.

This year's Symposium theme has been selected as "Minerals Galore: Alkaline Intrusive Complexes of the World".

We have confirmed renowned and excellent speakers:

Randy Becker.  His presentation is: The Golden Horn Batholith.
Henrik Friis.  His presentations will include: The Ilimaussaq Complex. Alkaline Mineral Occurrences - An Introduction.
David Joyce.  His presentations will include: Mont Saint-Hilaire. Calcite Vein-Dykes of the Grenville Geological Province.
Mike Wise.  His presentations will include: Minerals of the Magnet Cove Alkalic Igneous Complex. The Pegmatite Mineralogy of the Mt. Malosa-Zomba Complex.

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Re: Pacific Northwest Chapter of Friends of Mineralogy Symposium
« Reply #4 on: December 02, 2011, 11:17:12 PM »
Nxt one is 12-13-14 oct 2012 (2nd weekend of october)
It's not on their website yet, but one of the organizers emailed me
http://www.pnwfm.org/symposium.html
Also see http://www.mindat.org/forum.php?read,64,272736,272766#msg-272766

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Re: Pacific Northwest Chapter of Friends of Mineralogy Symposium
« Reply #3 on: August 29, 2011, 10:04:18 PM »
14-16 oct 2011
http://www.pnwfm.org/symposium.html

This year's Symposium theme has been selected as "Famous Mineral Localities of Mexico".

We have confirmed renowned and excellent speakers:

Dr. Terry Wallace.  His presentations will include:
The Guanajuato District.
The Fresnillo District.
Dr. Peter Megaw.  His presentations will include:
What's New in Mexican Minerals.
The Santa Eulalia District.
Tom Moore.  His presentations will include:
The Ojuela Mine - Part 1.
The Ojuela Mine - Part 2.
More details about the speakers is included in the 2011 Registration Form
Main Floor Dealers

EARTH'S TREASURES: Richard Kennedy
LEHIGH MINERALS: Jim and Yolanda McEwen
PACIFIC RIM MINERALS: John Meek
Xtal: Dennis Beals
Room Dealers located in the North Hallway will be selling minerals from Pacific Northwest and worldwide locations.

Featuring at least sixteen world class mineral displays, including a display from the Northwest's finest mineral museum: The Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals.

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Re: Pacific Northwest Chapter of Friends of Mineralogy Symposium
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2010, 06:25:45 PM »
Newsletter Title
Volume 1, Issue 1
Page 13
Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Friends of Mineralogy
36th Annual Show and Symposium
October 15-17, 2010
Red Lion Inn, Kelso, Washington
Minerals of Australia
Featured Speakers
Harvey Jong
Mineral collecting in Tasmania
Mineral Collecting in Western Australia
John Sobolewski
The Minerals of Broken Hill
The Albert Chapman Collection
Penny Williamson
Current Specimen Producing Localities in Australia
Australia's Mineral Heritage
Main Floor Dealers
EARTH’S TREASURES: Richard Kennedy
LEHIGH MINERALS: Jim and Yolanda McEwen
MULTI-FRACTURED GEMS: Bruce and Pat Bennett
PACIFIC RIM MINERALS: John Meek
Main Floor featuring world class mineral displays
Room Dealers in the North Hallway
Free Admission to the Main Floor and Dealers
Micro minerals - the hidden beauty of the mineral world.

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Pacific Northwest Chapter of Friends of Mineralogy Symposium
« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2009, 05:20:35 AM »
The Northwest Chapter of the Friends of Mineralogy
35th Annual Show and Symposium
October 16-18, 2009
Red Lion Inn, Kelso, Washington

Minerals of Africa

Featured Speakers
Rock Currier
A Mineral tour of the Congo and Morocco
A Mineral tour of Mali and Ethiopia
William (Bill) Pinch
Minerals of Tsumeb I, II
George Gerhold: Namibian Diamonds
Steve Ouderkirk: The Joys of Cataloging

Main Floor Dealers
EARTH’S TREASURES: Richard Kennedy
LEHIGH MINERALS: Jim and Yolanda McEwen
MULTI-FRACTURED GEMS: Bruce and Pat Bennett
PACIFIC RIM MINERALS: John Meek

Room Dealers in the North Hallway
will be selling minerals from
Pacific Northwest and worldwide locations

Featuring sixteen world class mineral displays, including
a display from the Northwest’s finest mineral museum:
The Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals

Free Admission to the Mineral Show and Dealers

Visit our webpage at www.pnwfm.org for more informatio
Micro minerals - the hidden beauty of the mineral world.