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Apache Junction High School Fall 2014 Jewelry, Gem and Rock Show

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Event# 480-325-2705

Event Details

Dealers will be selling fine hand-made jewelry, gems, opals, beads, cabochons, slabs, rocks, minerals, fossils, jewelry-making supplies and equipment. Included at the show are door prizes, a silent auction of rocks, egg-carton rock-collections for kids, a gem-tree-making activity for all ages, the Wheel-of-Rocks, a raffle, and food service. The show will be held in the Apache Junction High School Cafeteria. (Cross Streets- Ironwood & Southern) (1/4-mile north of the Route 60 Freeway Exit 195) Check our show flyer on our club website.

Apache Junction High School Fall 2014 Jewelry, Gem and Rock Show

Address : 2525 South Ironwood Drive Apache Junction AZ
Phone : 480-325-2705   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : wjfrlich@gmail.com

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Admission Fee : All Adults $3 Teenage Students $1 Children 12 and Under FREE

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