Once upon a time… Oct. 14 (Sat) & 15 (Sun), 2017
As always: Free Admission to our Hawaii Mineral Show. Everybody is welcome!
This is the only annual rock and mineral show in Hawaii‘i, with minerals, fossils and gems stones from around the world in one room.
“Duke’s” or the “Blue Note” might be the place you know, in the Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort at 2335 Kalakaua Ave. in Honolulu, Hawai‘i. Across the street from the ‘International Marketplace’.
Directions: Finding our room full of minerals:
The Hawaii Rock and Mineral show is one floor up from “Dukes” in the Leahi Room or the (upper) lobby of the hotel. It is on the left across the hall from the Blue Note.
To get to the upper lobby:
Please take the escalator next to ‘Seattle’s Best Coffee’ mauka (on the street side) of the building. If the wind allows there will be a sign standing next to the escalator (but in the past it has been blown over often by the strong trade winds…) *
The show will feature unique educational displays of Rocks, Minerals, and Fossils as well as items for sale by our members.
Featured items include: Hawaiian Minerals, Agate Geodes, Amethyst, Celestite, Dioptase, Fossils, Faceted Gemstones, Fine Jewelry, Fluorescent Minerals, Herkimer Diamonds, Meteorites, Lapidary Minerals, Opals, Pyrite, Quartz crystals, Rhodochrosite, Ruby, Shark teeth, Trilobites, Topaz, Tourmaline, Zircon and many other beautiful minerals.
- Please note that some club members may not in a position to accept credit cards. Please plan accordingly. This changes rapidly as smart phone become more common and some of us are happy to take your credit cards…
- For more information about the show, or an email reminder as the show dates gets closer, please email us at: contact
* The Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort is located at the diamond head side of Waikiki, very close to the Moana Surfrider. It is one of the last buildings on the makai (ocean) side of Kalakaua Avenue. For Directions click the hotel’s website.
Parking in Waikiki is always tricky..
The Honolulu Zoo or Kalakaua Avenue along Queen’s beach provides metered parking on the mauka side, but the parking fee just went up quite a bit in both locations.
The makai (ocean) side of Kalakau Ave at the park still has free parking. Please remember that along Kalakaua Avenue and the Zoo meters need to be fed on Sunday too (frequent meter checks and tickets issued have been spotted). Waikiki side streets still have free parking on Sundays, if you are lucky enough to ‘find’ a spot.