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Four Corners Gem and Mineral Show

Every summer, Durango rocks steady. The annual Four Corners Gem & Mineral Show in Durango, CO brings a rock-hard edge to the La Plata County Fairgrounds where dealers and experts show extraordinary minerals and the curious learn new skills. This year's event will take place over three days, July 8 through 10, 2022.

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Gem Show Dealers

The dealers who display goods at the Four Corners Gem and Mineral Show rock! More than 60 gem and mineral experts from around the country come to the La Plata County Fairgrounds every year to show off their unique collections. See geodes, crystals, meteorites, shells, beads, and more.

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Gem Show Classes

Ready to get hands-on? Folks who are curious about metalsmithing and lapidary can learn new skills through classes at the Four Corners Gem and Mineral Show. Classes are designed for those ages 14 through adult. All materials are included and participants can bring home their creations. Students can create silver bracelets, layered rings, a Cabochon and more.

Classes
This show, by far, is my favorite gem and mineral show in the southwest. I love the all the dealers and the amazing classes.
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Food Trucks

Bring an appetite to the Four Corners Gem and Mineral Show. The show will also feature an array of local vendors serving up a taste of the Southwest. On-site food trucks will serve up all kinds of delicious food and beverages, bringing local flavor to savor.

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Scholarships

The Annual Show is a fundraiser for the non-profit Four Corners Gem and Mineral Club, a nonprofit organization established in 1947 that is dedicated to the earth sciences, local geology and mining history. Not only does the club put on a great show, but they also fund a scholarship for one lucky geology student at Fort Lewis College. Participate in the silent auction at the show to help!

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