In 2014 the Surrey Rockhound Club celebrated it's 50th anniversary.




The name of the Society is
"Surrey Rockhound Club"

The Purposes of the Society are:
To promote a greater understanding of minerology and Earth Sciences;
To provide instruction and guidance in protection of natural resources and the wise use of the outdoors;
To provide instruction in artistry from natural resources by:
     a) teaching the lapidary arts of cutting, polishing, faceting, sculpture, scrimshaw, silversmithing, and wirewrapping by utilizing natural rocks, gems and minerals;
     b) providing the facilities and tools necessary for instruction;
To create greater public awareness of family benefit of lapidary arts by hosting display shows.
To host educational visits by school children; youth groups and adults.
To create better family life both in our community and beyond, by promoting participation in the lapidary arts and outdoor rock hunting activities.



General Meetings are the 4th Wednesday of each month.

At Sullivan Hall, 6306 152 St, Surrey, BC