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Tomorrow night (Wednesday 9/11), the Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum will hold a reception to celebrate the opening of their new Colorado Fluorite exhibit.

For the uninitiated (meaning those who haven’t checked wikipedia), Fluorite is made of calcium fluoride.  It comes in many colors and is used in smelting, enamels, and microscope and telescope lenses.  This should be an interesting (and pretty!) exhibit.

The Museum is located at 1310 Maple Street. The reception will run from 6-9 PM and includes food, music, and a cash bar.