One of the vendors at the BC Gem Show tells young visitors the types of rocks and gems available for purchase. The annual show, held Friday to Sunday at the Ag-Rec Building, included displays, demos, a children’s creative workshop, gold panning, and more. (John Morrow/Abbotsford News)

VIDEO: BC Gem Show comes to Abbotsford

Annual event was held Friday to Sunday at Ag-Rec Building

The BC Gem Show took place from Friday to Sunday (April 6 to 8) at the Ag-Rec Building in Abbotsford.

The event included displays, demonstrations, a children’s creative workshop, gold panning, door prizes and more.

It also included the fourth annual Rocklovers Round-up Tailgate Sale on Saturday.

Visit lapidary.bc.ca for more details on the show.

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