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Founded in 1964, the Denver Gem and Mineral Guild pursues exploration, experimentation, and education in the earth sciences; the discovery, development and preservation of minerals and mineral deposits; and the advancement, encouragement and utilization of the principles of art and craftsmanship as applied to gems and minerals.

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The Denver Gem and Mineral Guild is an affiliate of:
Denver Council of Gem and Mineral Societies
Colorado Federation of Gem and Mineral Societies
Rocky Mountain Federation of Mineral Societies
American Federation of Mineral Societies

Next Meeting - April 11th

DGMG’s own—Chauncey and Sandy Walden - Iceland

Iceland is a country of active volcanoes, black sand beaches and deep blue ocean, amazing wildlife both land and sea, intriguing mineral deposits including colorful jaspers and interesting agates, and strange geological formations. It is, more than anything else, a country of drop dead gorgeous scenery including many glaciers, waterfalls, and icebergs.

The Walden's would like to share some of their experiences in Iceland through photos and video at the April meeting. Please join us for an exciting arm chair adventure!

See the April Newsletter for details.

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