Gem and Mineral show at Lacombe

Central Albertans are invited to see a wide array of gems, fossils and minerals during the Gem and Mineral Show at the Lacombe Mall from Thursday to Sunday March 4.

Central Albertans are invited to see a wide array of gems, fossils and minerals during the Gem and Mineral Show at the Lacombe Mall from Thursday to Sunday March 4.

An impressive collection of metaphysical tools, such as crystals and singing bowls, will also be on hand.

The show is the brainchild of Chris and Melissa Roback, owners of Silver Cove.

Over the last year, the couple acquired a collection of rocks and gems, more than 40 singing bowls, more than 60 gemstone fountains, thousands of bead strands and much more.

Complete details about the show and all the special presentations being offered can be found at www.silvercove.biz or call the store at 403-789-1308.

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