The classes, workshops and field trips offered by Cobb County Gem and Mineral Society (CCGMS) are open to members of the society. Join us for $20 a year for a family membership and an email newsletter. Membership with newsletters sent via U.S. mail is $30 annually. Non-members are invited to attend a meeting without charge to see if CCGMS is for you. Click here for full membership information.
Open Workshop time is on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 7-9 pm, and Saturdays from 10am-2pm. Intro to Cabbing class is required before you can participate in an Open Workshop (work on cabbing machines under a Foreman's Supervision). Click here to view this month's scheduled events.
Cobb County Gem and Mineral Society (CCGMS) is a group of people with a common interest in rocks and minerals who formed a non-profit organization located in Marietta, Georgia. We are dedicated to the studying and collecting of rocks, minerals, gemstones, fossils and the practice of lapidary arts.
Monthly meetings of CCGMS are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm. These meetings are held at our Clubhouse located at 516 West Atlanta St., Marietta, GA 30060.
Be sure to check out the upcoming speakers on the Monthly Meetings page.
Membership in Cobb County Gem and Mineral Society (CCGMS) is open to anyone interested in studying and collecting rocks, minerals, gemstones, and fossils and the practice of lapidary arts.
Read past issues of the CCGMS newsletter by selecting Newsletter from the menu bar above.
Activities with Cobb County Gem and Mineral Society (CCGMS) are open to any current members who are curious about studying and collecting rocks, minerals, gemstones, and fossils and the practice of lapidary arts. These include field trips for minerals and fossils, cabbing & faceting classes, and jewelry-making classes on the First Tuesday of each month.
A new feature in our monthly newsletter, we are also including them here on our site. Come check out some of the interesting and unique links found by our own Bob Shively. Learn more abut rocks, minerals, and lapidary.