The following is the show event calendar for Northern California, Reno & Southern Oregon. Please note that the below dates are as accurate as possible. Please send information and updates to Ed Bierman, webmaster.
The annual stamp show and bourse of the Southern Oregon Philatelic Society will be held at the Jackson County Fairgrounds and Expo in Central Point, Oregon. There are usually eleven dealers and competitive stamp exhibits. All ages welcome. Visitors are eligible to win door prizes and pick out some free stamps and literature at the beginners' table. Admission and parking are free. Souvenir envelopes with the special pictorial Pear Blossom cancellation will be on sale. Show Opens: Saturday - 10…Find out more »
The guest societies helping to celebrate our 58th show in 2018 will be the American Air Mail Society, Women Exhibitors, and Rhodesian Study Circle. You will find the 58-year tradition of 280+ frames of international exhibits, a team of renowned judges, 75 dealers from around the world, meetings and seminars on every facet of philately, plus the world-famous sights of San Francisco. Show Opens: Friday 10 AM - 6PM Saturday 10AM - 6PM Sunday 10AM - 4PMFind out more »
The Nevada Stamp Study Society announces the Greater Reno Stamp & Cover Show will be held July 23-24, 2016 in the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame at the National Bowling Stadium, 300 North Center Street in downtown Reno, Nevada 89501. The show hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The show is open to the general public with free admission and free parking. Fourteen dealers and the USPS will have…Find out more »
The annual stamp show of the Redwood Empire Collectors Club. Exhibiting: In 1994 we held our first annual RECC show in San Rafael. Our “claim to philatelic fame” is that we only accept single frame exhibits at WINEPEX. Because we have always encouraged exhibits from members, many have honed their single frame skills and gone on to exhibit in national APS shows and Washington 2006, winning Golds, and Grands. More advanced exhibitors help new collectors create or improve their exhibits.…Find out more »