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Mineral ShowsJune 9 Kent CT USA 16th Annual Swap & Sale at CAMA FREE ADMISSION

10th Apr 2018 21:29 BSTElizabeth Apgar Triano

SWEET SIXTEEN ! I remember when this one was just a baby .....

16th Annual Rock Swap & Sale, sponsored by the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association, and the Danbury Mineralogical Society, to benefit the Connecticut Museum of Mining and Mineral Science. .... Check out the CMMMS, especially the cool new geo/paleo hall (a few photo on the website, see below).

Saturday 9 am – 4 pm, rain or shine. To be held on the museum grounds of the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association, 1 mile north of Kent, CT on Route 7 (31 Kent-Cornwall Road). Swapping only $10, Swapping-selling $30, Admission and parking FREE. Rocks, minerals, fossils, jewelry for sale and trade. Tour the new wing of the mining museum. New vendors welcome. The museum will be selling specimens from the Joseph Lech, Jr., collection. For information and directions check our website at www.ctamachinery.com or call (860) 927-0050 (museum) or John Pawloski (860) 354-0296

Trivia tidbit: The site also is home to the Sloane/Stanley museum, for fans of New England artist Eric Sloane . Also, Kent is a sweet little town, and it's a nice antiquing corridor (not to mention some historic mining country).
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