NUTS Club Annual Picnic Next Month
CONECA and ANACS will have tables in the
We are a non-profit, educational
organization dedicated to promote and teach
the arts and education relating to
Rockhounding, Lapidary, Jewelry Making, etc.
We have several quality artisans/hobbyist
that love to share their knowledge. We have
fieldtrips to collect rocks and to sell at
our Rock Show the last weekend in September.
You are always welcome to visit our
meetings, meet our many talented members,
and see what our Club is all about.
Meetings are held on the second Tuesday
of each month at the Tooele
Applied Technology College (TATC), 88
S. Tooele Blvd., Tooele, Utah. The
June meeting is held at our Annual Rock
Break. There is not a meeting in July (due
to holidays and vacations). The August
meeting is held at the Annual Steak Fry and
Grab Bag Fill. The December meeting is held
at the Christmas Party. Come have fun with
us! Visitors are always welcome!
Please checkout a book.
"The Pony Express Trail"
Archeology team back to dig at Iosepa
Iosepa Polynesian Settlement
Armed with the tools of their future trade, a
group of New York anthropology students and their professor have returned to
Iosepa to continue digging into the past of the abandoned Polynesian settlement
in Skull Valley.
From 1889 to 1917, a group of Polynesians made up of mostly Hawaiian members of
the LDS Church eked out a tough existence in the desert home they named for
Joseph F. Smith, a president of the church who served a mission in Hawaii. Most
of those settlers returned to Hawaii or other Polynesian island homes when the
church announced the building of a temple in Hawaii.
Tooele Transcript Bulletin - Archeology team back to dig at
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