Antelope Valley Fair- PGMC Booth - 2019

Due to the Coronavirus the 2020 Antelope Valley Fair and Alfalfa Festival has been Cancelled.  See you in 2021!
The 81th Antelope Valley Fair and Alfalfa Fesival is officially over.  The Palmdale Gem and Mineral Club Booth was a big success in the Foyer of the Van Dam Pavilion (Home Arts Building)  We had available Lapidary Arts made by members on display and Demonstration involving the some of Lapidary Arts each day from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM PDT.  Knowledgeable PGMC Members were available to answer questions about the Palmdale Gem and Mineral Club and the Lapidary Arts.  We welcomed your questions and had available membership information.  For more information please use the "Contact Us" page.
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Rockhound Rich at the Genie
The Diamond Blade Saw is used to cut small geodes and trim slabs to start the process of making Cabochons and other pieces of Lapidary Art.
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PGMC Member Alison polishes the face of a Geode..
The Diamond Pacific Tool Company "Genie" is used to shape and polish Cabochons and other pieces of Lapidary Art.
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PGMC Members Claire and Don attend to the booth at the AV Fair.
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Cabochons made by PGMC Membere wer available for sale to the public during the AV Fair.
Proceeds from the sale of Lapidary Art items and jewelry made by the PGMC Members are used to finance the PGMC Scholarship fund.

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