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2017- Buffalo Geological Society Meetings and Field Trips – Buffalo, NY

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Depew and Wallace Streets, Buffalo, NY

The Buffalo Geological Society has field trips during the warm weather months, a silent auction and potluck at the holidays as well as a live auction in June, a banquet in May, a picnic in September and the main eventRead more

Penn Dixie Events for 2017- Blasdell, New York

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4050 North Street, Blasdell, NY

2017 Penn Dixie Events feature talks, fossil and astronomy programs. Penn Dixie site is at 4050 North Street, Blasdell, NY. Penn Dixie offers the opportunity to collect fossils plus there are astronomy, birding, cross country skiing and other events. DirectionsRead more

Penn Dixie – A Great Place for Kids To Fossil Hunt

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4050 North Street, Blasdell, NY

Penn Dixie offers a great place for kids to fossil hunt–it is a large area that has been excavated so the shale and fossils are showing.  Just bring a grocery bag and you are all set.  If parents wantRead more

Gemstreet USA- Save $1 on Admission- May 19-21, 2017- Hamburg, NY

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5600 McKinley Parkway, Hamburg, NY

Gemstreet USA is May 19-21 at the Grange Building at the Hamburg Fairgrounds. Children under 12 are free. Save $1 on admission which is $7. Features jewelry, beads, minerals and fossils. Friday and Saturday -10am to 6pm Sunday -11amRead more

Join a Rock & Fossil Club – Buffalo Geological Society

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Depew and Wallace Streets, Buffalo NY

Looking for something different, join a rock and fossil club, the Buffalo Geological Society.  While most quarries require kids to be 18, there are some pay to go locations (eg. Herkimer diamonds) and organizations (Penn Dixie for fossils) thatRead more

Geology Hike at Niagara Gorge – July 9, 2017

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Niagara Gorge Discovery Center, NY

Geology Hike at Niagara Gorge on July 9 from 10am to Noon led by Stan Radon, an engineering geologist with NY State DEC. Trails can be steep. FREE but register.