Cascade Gem & Mineral show sneak peek!

Here is a little preview from some of the vendors that will be a part of the show in August! Mark your calendars and RSVP to attend today! Click here. 

Peace of the Earth Jewelry. Her booth will be offering hundreds of pendants, wrapped with sterling silver or 14k gold-filled wire!


Find Your Center – Offering many high-end minerals as well as larger crystals and your basics. Josie has an especially large collection of Tourmalines from Brazil. She also makes crystal elixir aromatherapies! You can check out her Instagram here.

Vibration Heartstones will be selling an assortment of jewelry – earrings, pendants, crystals and cabachons!

Elemental Endeavors will be vending a large selection of minerals and fossils. You can check out her Facebook here!

Forest Fancies – One-of-a-kind jewelry, accessories and other treasures!

Freeland Art Shack – “My stones are mostly all gathered on the western shores of Whidbey Island. My favorite type of stone to work with would be Concretions aka Clay Babies, Mud Babies or Fairy Stones. But since they are hard to come by I’ll work with any type of stone as long as the texture is smooth enough. I paint intricately detailed designs that often have sea urchin like textures when completed. From painting, to drying, to my lengthy resin process, it usually takes 4 weeks to fully finish a piece, sometimes longer. Each piece gets a tremendous amount of time and love for a quality look and finish.

Bunnies on Fire: Calcite indoor fountains, cranberry garnet schist, lizardite.

P & D Agate: “We are a family owned business since 1990. We specialize in rocks, minerals, crystals and beads and jewelry.”

Brittney Muzzy Lynn:“Most of what I have to offer is material found within the US and handmade jewelry!”

Scott’s Rock & Gem: Scott Blair, of Scott’s Rock & Gem has been a fine quality mineral dealer for over 25 years. Scott does his own lapidary work, and ranges the West, on collecting trips to bring self-collected and hand crafted specimens into his market mix. The business also showcases lots of worldwide minerals, serving collectors of all ages and walks of life with one of the widest varieties of affordable and highly collectible crystals, minerals, and fossils on the show circuit today.

Updated: June 21, 2022 — 8:21 am

Presidents Message

  • Sorry for the late update on the website. Due to Covid and the flu, our family has been sick. I would also like to note, that we have lost our videographer. Until we find a replacement volunteer, our meetings will not be on YouTube. From the Top of the Rock Pile  Our Cascade Gem & Mineral Show is coming up. We will be about 2 weeks from show time when you read this! Our August meeting will be a recap of what’s going on at our Cascade Gem Show. It will also be our last call for volunteers. Then Jim

Meeting Announcements

  • Topic: This is our last meeting before our Cascade Gem and Mineral Show. There will be a rundown of our show and what you can expect to happen. It will also be our last call for volunteers. It is imperative that we get more volunteers. As Roger, our Field Trip Guides, says “Many hands make light work.” You don’t have to wait until this meeting to volunteer for the show. Just click on the website front page link to volunteer. Unforeseen change in the meeting agenda. Bring or ugliest or most unusual rock, fossil, or mineral. Be prepared to tell us what it is and where you found or got it.  

  •   Topic: A recap on how our Cascade Gem and Mineral Show went. Financial analysis and a critique of the show. What went great, and where do we need to improve next year. Then we are going to try something new. A sticky note timeline chart. We are going to have a yearly timeline chart from 1935 to 2022. We are going to ask you to put 3 sticky notes on the timeline with your name on each and then 1st Note first time you went rockhounding and your age 2nd Note the most memorable rock hobby event in your life and your age 3rd Note another memorable rock hobby event in your life and your age Then place each of your sticky notes on the timeline. Just before Show ‘N Tell, we will take a look at the chart. Then during Show ‘N Tell you can come up and look at the chart and discuss it with each other. Show’N Tell: A rock, mineral, or fossil that means a lot to you.  

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