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Orange Belt Mineral Society established in 1933 to promote interest and education in geology, lapidary, and silversmithing skills. It is a great hobby. Members use the workshop in San Bernardino, California to make jewelry and home furnishing items out of rock and metal. Anyone may join who is interested in hunting for rocks, cutting and shaping rocks, and making jewelry or other items from rocks. Workshop: 205 W. Benedict #8, San Bernardino, Ca.

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OBMS Workshop: Be a rockhound - Come Make a Cabochon.

OBMS Workshop

$5.00

The Orange Belt Mineralogical Society (OBMS) Workshop at [205 W. Benedict # 8, San Bernardino, CA 92408] is open Tuesday 4 - 8 p.m., Wed. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Call (909)[masked] to verify workshop is open. The workshop fee is $5 each time you use the workshop. The workshop is run by volunteers. Members work on lapidary and jewelry making techniques using shop equipment. Members help members learn. Members go on rock hunting fieldtrips. Our mission is to educate about geology and lapidary techniques. It is a nonprofit, volunteer, hobby environment. There is a yearly membership fee when you become a member. Most times, the first time you come to the shop, you will get help making a cabochon - a beautiful rock to set into jewelry at another time. There is a $5 shop fee if you work on the equipment.

OBMS Workshop: Make a Cabachon, Get a Free Rock Slab

OBMS Workshop

$5.00

The Orange Belt Mineralogical Society (OBMS) Workshop at [205 W. Benedict # 8, San Bernardino, CA 92408] is open Tuesday 4 - 8 p.m., Wed. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Call (909)[masked] to verify workshop is open. The workshop fee is $5 each time you use the workshop. The workshop is run by volunteers. Members work on lapidary and jewelry making techniques using shop equipment. Members help members learn. Members go on rock hunting fieldtrips. Our mission is to educate about geology and lapidary techniques. It is a nonprofit, volunteer, hobby environment. There is a yearly membership fee when you become a member. Most times, the first time you come to the shop, you will get help making a cabochon - a beautiful rock to set into jewelry at another time. There is a $5 shop fee if you work on the equipment.

OBMS Workshop: We have Lapidary Tools, Come Make a Cabochon.

OBMS Workshop

$5.00

The Orange Belt Mineralogical Society (OBMS) Workshop at [205 W. Benedict # 8, San Bernardino, CA 92408] is open Tuesday 4 - 8 p.m., Wed. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Call (909)[masked] to verify workshop is open. The workshop fee is $5 each time you use the workshop. The workshop is run by volunteers. Members work on lapidary and jewelry making techniques using shop equipment. Members help members learn. Members go on rock hunting fieldtrips. Our mission is to educate about geology and lapidary techniques. It is a nonprofit, volunteer, hobby environment. There is a yearly membership fee when you become a member. Most times, the first time you come to the shop, you will get help making a cabochon - a beautiful rock to set into jewelry at another time. There is a $5 shop fee if you work on the equipment.

OBMS Workshop: Be a rockhound - Come Make a Cabochon.

OBMS Workshop

$5.00

The Orange Belt Mineralogical Society (OBMS) Workshop at [205 W. Benedict # 8, San Bernardino, CA 92408] is open Tuesday 4 - 8 p.m., Wed. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Call (909)[masked] to verify workshop is open. The workshop fee is $5 each time you use the workshop. The workshop is run by volunteers. Members work on lapidary and jewelry making techniques using shop equipment. Members help members learn. Members go on rock hunting fieldtrips. Our mission is to educate about geology and lapidary techniques. It is a nonprofit, volunteer, hobby environment. There is a yearly membership fee when you become a member. Most times, the first time you come to the shop, you will get help making a cabochon - a beautiful rock to set into jewelry at another time. There is a $5 shop fee if you work on the equipment.

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