Meeting & Events

Diablo Numismatic Society Meetings

The Diablo Numismatic Society meets the
third Thursday of every month* at the
Concord Museum and Event Center
1928 Clayton Rd, Concord, CA  94520

*There are no regular club meetings in March, July or December.

Our Next Social Event will be

DECEMBER 9, SUNDAY

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DINNER – ZIO FRAEDO’S, PLEASANT HILL

ARRIVE 6:00…..DINNER 6:30…..$30 per person.

 

Click HERE for More Information.  

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Meetings start a 7 P.M. sharp and usually run for about an hour and a half.

Activities at our meetings include:

  • a presentation on a major coin hobby subject (see program schedule)

  • update on area coin hobby events

  • show and tell

  • on-time drawing

  • 50 / 50 drawing

  • attendance drawing for a silver coin

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Club Calendar

DIABLO NUMISMATIC SOCIETY 2019 PROGRAM SCHEDULE JANUARY 17th NEIL ROBERTSON – HISTORIC GERMAN COINAGE     FEBRUARY 21st RYAN ANDERSON – AN EAGLE SCOUT’S JOURNEY THROUGH SCOUTING &    BSA’S COINS – 2010   MARCH 21st ANNUAL CLUB ANNIVERSARY – TEXAS BACK FORTY, PLEASANT HILL (NO REGULAR MEETING)   APRIL 18th GLEN LINDWALL — TINY COINS; ANCIENT & MODERN MAY 16th OTHER HOBBIES …

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DNS Annual Coin Show

Thank You for All who helped to make our Annual Coin Show a Success! October, 2019 will be our 23rd Annual Show! Details to be posted here with dates and times as they become available.   Click HERE for a money-saving Coupon! (Coupon will open in a new page – just take a snap with …

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Social Events

Upcoming Social Event for 2018 December 9 – Annual Christmas Dinner. Zio Fraedo’s in Pleasant Hill. Click HERE for signup sheet.     Keep in mind, there are no regular club meetings in March, July or December.

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Club History

We are presently without a club historian.  To express interest in this fun position, please notify one of our board members!  This page will be for all club history related things. Below, (more will be added as time goes on) are some cool articles from our earlier website, from our previous Club historian, Mike Stanley.  Click on …

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