Welcome to the Capital Mineral Club website. The Club is a 501(c)(3) non profit organiztion whose purpose is education in the field of Mineralogy and Geology and related subjects. The Club has also given grants to college students for field camp study and for thesis work on New Hampshire Mineralogy. It also sponsored lectures for schools and informative displays at several locations in New Hampshire.

Meetings are held on the first Saturday of the month September through May from 2:00pm to 5:00pm at the Salvation Army Building, 58 Clinton Street, Concord, NH

We look forward to providing you with useful information regarding the subject of Mineralogy and Geology, as well as a growing collection of crystal and mineral photos. You will also find a current member directory and a current issue of our monthly newsletter.

The Capital Mineral Club will be meeting on November 7, 2015 at the Salvation Army Building at the corner of Fruit Street and Clinton Street in Concord NH at 10:00am for a Board of Directors Meeting which will be followed by the General Membership Meeting at 2:00pm. Any member is welcome to attend the Board meeting.

This months speaker will be Tom Mortimer on Minerals of the Chickering Mine. For those who may not know him he has been actively field collecting New England minerals for the past 38 years. An early childhood visit to Mt. Mica in Maine started his passion for mineral collecting. The display theme will be minerals from the Chickering Mine.