Our Focus
Preserving and Educating the Public About Gold Rush History Near Cripple Creek & Victor, Colorado.

The STCFG works with Newmont Cripple Creek & Victor mining and other private land owners to develop positive solutions to historic preservation, recreation, education and post-mining land use.
Visit Newmont.com for more information about Newmont CC&V .

Victor Gem & Mineral Show
THANKS TO ALL WHO MADE THIS WEEKEND A SUCCESS!
Both events were well attended, fun, and everyone was respectful. Stay tuned for 2023 info....

Show Vendors 2022*
 Stone by Shelly Birch ~ Little Man's Big Rocks 
Art By Nature & Design ~ Rocky Mountain Wonders
Chaotic 2 Creations  ~ RA Stones 
Atomic Perfection ~ Pegasus Gems
 Allin Gem Shop ~ Rock Rollers ~ Joyful Gems & Jewelry
 Star Mountain Trading  ~ Gems, Minerals, & Things
  Wildhorse Mesa ~ Bright Star Gems
Zia Mountain LLC ~ Joe Castillo ~ Suncatchers Recycled
Nocturnal By Nature Crystal Co. ~  Edgar Ruiz/Trini & Julie's Minerals
Van Cleave's Minerals and Gems ~   Craig Nelson/Lapidary Tools
Crystal Roots  ~ Mountain Air Crystals ~ Max Roxy

*Will be updated as the show approaches.

Park anywhere around Victor and catch the free shuttle to the show! 
Parking is easy peasy - 
Park on Victor's east side near the Helipad and ride to the show. Shuttle will run all day Saturday and Sunday.
Thanks City of Cripple Creek for this service!

New in 2022 - Oddities Alley
Concurrent Event

Unique vendors - Food Trucks - Free Entertainment

Sponsored by the Black Monarch Hotel

More Info

The annual Gem & Mineral Show sponsored by the Southern Teller County Focus Group (STCFG)  will be held in downtown historic Victor and is open and free to the public.

The show will include vendors from across the state selling Colorado dug minerals. Items for sale will include polished gems, hand-crafted jewelry, rough slabs, specimens, cabochons, geode breaking, Cripple Creek turquoise, and more. There will also be gold and gem panning at the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum. Show hours are from 9 to 5 each day. Saturday of the weekend a free talk on the geology of the local gold mining operations will be presented by a Newmont Cripple Creek & Victor geologist Doug White. This event is at 1 p.m. at the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum and has limited seating. Gold Rush Adventure history and mining tours are also offered from from the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum.


Vendors will be located along North Third Street as well as in the Pinnacle Park Plaza, lot adjoining the Victor Elks Lodge, and indoors on Victor Avenue.

For more information on the STCFG or this event, email info@stcfg.com, or call 719-689-2675.

Thanks to Newmont, City of Victor, and Victor Elks Lodge, and Black Monarch for the use of their property for this show.


We are members of:

Rocky Mountain Federation of Mineralogical Societies

Support our neighboring shows:

Fairplay and Buena Vista

Lake George Gem and Mineral Show

Pikes Peak Gem and Mineral Show - Colorado Springs

Woodland Park Rock and Gem Show

Sponsors