18th Annual Hawaii Rock and Mineral Show Oct 19 and 20 2019


Thank you to all who visited our 18th Annual Rock and Mineral Show in Honolulu with a huge variety of minerals, mineral jewelry and gemstones for sale to the public.

All future Rock and Gem shows organized by and for us will be announced here on our website as soon as we can secure a confirmed date.

Ohana Hale Marketplace
(where ‘Sports Authority’ used to be)
333 Ward Ave #3
Honolulu, HI 96814

October 19: 10 am to 8 PM
October 20: 10 am to 5 PM

Free Admission

Please join us this weekend at the row to the right of the seating are at the Ohana Hale Marketplace (near the stage).

2019 our 18th Annual Hawaii Rock and Mineral Show is in a convenient new location in Kaka‘ako. With lots of free parking and (as always) free admission. This year our Annual October Rock and Mineral Show is not in Waikiki. Like our show in June 2019, it is once more at the Ohana Hale Marketplace.

Please ask at the reception desk where to find our 18th Annual Rock and Mineral Show in the Ohana Hale Marketplace. As soon as we got our booth numbers we will post it here and on our Facebook page.

Please ask at the reception where to find the ‘mineral show’ in this building with over 70 vendors. As soon as we finalized our booth assignments, we will post our exact location on our website and facebook page a few weeks before the show.

18th Annual Hawaii Rock and Mineral Show

You can enter the Ohana Hale Marketplace from the makai side of the building (Starbucks side), or the main entrance next to Ross. Make your way to the middle of the space (near the main stage) and you will find more than two dozen mineral vendors from our mineral club during our weekend show.

Yes: The Ohana Hale Marketplace is wheelchair friendly and on the ground floor. No elevators needed!

This is our Annual Hawaii Rock and Mineral Show we held traditionally in one of the first two weekends in October for almost 20 years.

Plenty of free parking all around the building and in the covered parking structure of the former Ward Warehouse, makai of Starbucks, on Pauahi Street, just a short walk away. The parking lot mauka of Ross is also a well keep secret, plus you can enter it from Queen Street.

Updates also on our Facebook events page