If you love gems, crystals, rocks and fossils then don't miss this big sale that will be taking place this weekend in Texarkana.

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Some people collect different types of Gems, crystals and rocks because of their beauty. Others collect them for the benefits they are believed to have.

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Photo by Grant Durr on Unsplash
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Beautiful Gems, Crystals, Rocks and More

Whether you believe they bring positive energy to your space or you want something beautiful and different in your home decor you will find exactly what you are looking for this weekend.

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When and Where is The Gem Amethyst Rock Fossil Sale in Texarkana?

It's the Gem Amethyst Rock Fossil Sale going on this Saturday, February 10 and Sunday, February 11 at the Texarkana Convention Center located at 2910 Cowhorn Creek Loop in Texarkana Texas.

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Photo by Susanna Marsiglia on Unsplash
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What Types of Rocks and Crystals Will Be For Sale?

They will be selling Meteorites, Cabochons, and Amethyst Cathedrals (5” to 5’)
Thousands of rocks and fossils. Plus beautiful Crystals, Minerals and Gems from around the world. If you want a list of some of the items for sale check out their Events Page on Facebook, Wow!

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Photo by Dani Costelo on Unsplash
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How Much Does This Event Cost to Get in?

This event is free admission and free parking.

The Gem Amethyst Rock Fossil Sale will be from 9 AM to 5 PM on Saturday and then open from 9 AM to 4 PM on Sunday.

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