Guests are welcome to our monthly meetings. Trying to decide what equipment you might need? Wondering what people find? Are you new to detecting? Want to learn more about techniques for hunting? We have an extensive library of books on topics we might need to identify items we find.. Our meetings are open to interested new hunters. We have monthly raffles and refreshments for all who come.
Our Next Meeting wil be April 17th at the The Workshop Woman's Club located at 72 Columbus Street, Newton Highlands.
Doors open at 7:00 P.M Meeting begins at 8:00 P.M.
Informal Spring Frostbiter photos have been posted in the member section. Next outing will be posted in the members section -CLUB ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Latest Table Finds have been posted.
NEW on the Member Pages. A collection of photo slideshows of older pictures stored by members, and those from the old website. Thanks to all that contributed. If you have some you’d like to add let us know at the next meeting.
Saturday April 25
At 327 Union St.
Rockland MA 02370
Call Dennis at 866.749.9506
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At the March meeting a contest was announced for this exciting Silver Proof Bill that will be raffled off at this year’s Christmas party.
Members can buy tickets at any meeting until the drawing.
SPRING HUNT IS NOW A FALL HUNT
Plans are being made to have our annual Milton Open Hunt in the Fall this year.
Registration for the tenative date of Sept 19th, a Saturday, will open soon.
One member has had a great experience working in one particular area.
His finds include all of the pictured items including a War of 1812 Sword Belt that won "Relic Find of the Year"
for 2014 .
As you can see much research was done to identify some of the items that were all part of history waiting just below the soil. Irish Pennys, Button from NY military regiments, and many other items from the 1800's.
Come join us if you are interested in finding History!