The Enfield Gem and Mineral Club aims to:
Promote an interest in minerals, crystals, fossils, gems and the earth sciences.
To extend knowledge and skills involved in the Lapidiary Arts and Crafts in a friendly Supportive environment.
To promote the achievements of the club and its members at a Biennial Exhibition where our team of members display their work and demonstrate their crafts.
To provide opportunities to extend the hobby and conduct special social events.
The club holds weekly workshops where classes and instructions re given. We also hold Competitions, Displays, Field Excursions, have Guest Speakers and produce a club magazine, the Rock Pile
You may wish to learn how to:
Cut and polish Minerals
Make your own Silver jewellery
Carve and Sculpture talc
Make Gem Trees
The Enfield Gem and Mineral Club can help you with all these and more.
Are you interested and would like to meet us?You are cordially invited to come to a general meeting.
Activity Times and Dates
General Monthly meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month, unless it is a public holiday, when the meeting moves to the 3rd Monday of the month.Time: 7.30 to 9.30pm Venue: Meeting room, Enfield Primary School, entry off Harewood Avenue.
Instruction Classes and Workshops
Wednesday am: Silverwork
Wednesday evening: Faceting
Thursday evening: Cabochon Cutting
Friday evening: Silverwork Jewellery
Saturday am/early pm : Carving
Field Trips: The Enfield Gem and Mineral Club has Field trips when possible, if sites are available.
The Enfield Gem and Mineral Club is associated with G&MCASA, the Gem and Mineral Clubs Association of South Australia
For more details about the Enfield Gem and Mineral Club ContactAlan on 08 8447 4257
Nearby Service areas are: Blair Athol, Kilburn, Kilburn North, Clearview, Enfield, Lightsview, Northfield, Northgate, Gilles Plains, Greenacres, Hampstead Gardens, Hillcrest, Manningham, Oakden