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 15th Annual Clement, Gem, Mineral, Fossil, and Jewelry Show - October 10-11, 2020

sponsored by Farmer's Bank and Trust Company of Marion
& Marion Tourism Commission

At Historic Fohs Hall
205 North Walker St, Marion, KY
(Click Here for Map)

Come and Enjoy! 
Admission to the Show is Free!    (Donations are appreciated.)

Hourly Door Prizes
Silent Auctions
Vendor Tables
Bake Sale
Mine Sluicing (charge)
Indian Artifact Display

Beading Class on Saturday and Sunday at 2PM (there is a charge for this activity)
Museum tours (admission prices charged)

Free Children’s Activities - Sponsored by Roger's Group.

Vendor Tables

The vendors at the show sell a wide variety of items such as minerals, jewelry, fossils, rough material, household décor items and more. If you are interested in being a vendor at our show please contact the museum at (270) 965-4263 or
email us at beclement@att.net.

Children’s Activities

Special activities for children 12 and under are offered throughout both days.  Some of these activities may include cupcake geology, digging for rocks and minerals, making a pet rock, and more. So, bring your children to participate in these fun and educational programs while you enjoy the show.  These activities are sponsored by Roger's Group of Marion.


Museum Tours

After visiting the show, walk next door to the Ben E. Clement Mineral Museum to experience one of the finest collections of Fluorspar in the world. Regular admission charges apply.

For more information, call the museum at (270) 965-4263 or email us at beclement@att.net.


What's Happening:

  • Mineral Show: Oct. 10-11, 2020


Open Year Around
Winter Hours
Nov., Dec. Jan., Feb., March, & April
Wednesday through Saturday 10:00AM-3:00PM

Summer Hours
May, June, July, Aug., Sept., Oct.
Monday through Saturday 10:00AM-3:00PM

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 391, 205 North Walker Street.

Tours, for other times, may be arranged by contacting us at 270-965-4263

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