A lapidary is an artisan who forms stone, minerals, or gemstones into decorative items. The primary techniques employed are cutting, grinding, and polishing. The lapidary shop has two kilns we use to fuse dichroic and compatible glasses to make jewelry or sun-catchers. We also have a rolling mill for forming metal, a bench press, rock tumblers, rock saws, jewelry torches, and much more. Would you like to learn how to create in our lapidary classroom? Hours fluctuate. Look for the open sign. Some-one is usually available to show you the ropes and teach you the rules. Join our club to learn, share your talents, and create!