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Bergen Aquarium Club
A little about Bergen Aquarium club Website: "bergenakvarieklubb.fish" On Tuesday, September 22, 1953 (19:30) Bergens Akvarie Club held its first meeting and has been working uninterrupted since then. The locations have taken several places in Bergen. Sailor's Forrening (Bergen Center), Frimerkehuset (Sandviken), Aquarium in Bergen (Nordnes) to Tranehuset on Slettebakken where we still live today. Membership has varied and at most it has been approx. 120 members. We have a meeting on the last Wednesday of each month from 19:00 to about 21:30. The keenest ones usually sit a little longer. There are no meetings in July and December.
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James River Aquarium Society
1 member Virginia
Website: "jras.org" JRAS is an educational and social organization focusing on the aquarium hobby. We hosts meetings at 7:00PM the fourth Wednesday of each month at Logo Advantage, 8007A Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville, VA 23111. Our meetings are open to anyone interested in attending. Most meetings will feature a guest speaker, open discussion, and an auction for equipment, fish, and plants. Refreshments are provided and there are raffle prizes for both members and guests. Each fall we run an annual All-Day Auction which includes hundreds of lots, many of which are donations from our generous sponsors. You will find attendees from both the area and nearby states both buying and selling. It’s a great opportunity to get into the hobby, find a deal on the item you’ve been searching for, or perhaps score a deal on the rare fish you have never seen before.
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Atlanta Area Aquarium Association
1 member Georgia
atlantaaquarium.com We Appreciate Our Members! Our Members Receive: - The club's monthly newsletter, Fish Talk. - Access to our Breeders Award Program (BAP) - Access to our Horticulturists Award Program (HAP). - Better Auction Splits. Sellers who are members receive a 70/30 split while non members receive a 60/40 split. - Discount at select local fish stores The Atlanta Area Aquarium Association meets one Saturday every month at 1:30PM at the Windy Hill Community Center. Windy Hill Community Center 1885 Roswell Street, SE Smyrna, GA 30080
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Madison Area Aquatic Hobbyists
1 member Wisconsin
madisonaquatichobby.com/ We are a club for everyone interested in all aspects of the aquatic hobby: freshwater fish, marine fish, plants, invertebrates, ponds and anything else that captures our interests. We are based in Madison, Wisconsin, but have members from all over south-central Wisconsin. Our purpose is to promote the aquatic hobbies through education and fellowship through events and aquatics-related activities. Please come join us for an event and see what we are all about! Held on the 3rd Saturday of the month at 1pm at Hody Bar & Grill 1914 Aurora St., Middleton, Wisconsin 53562 Doors open at 12:30pm. Please come early if you need help entering auction items into the online system. Dues are: $25 for individuals and $40 for a family membership. Guest are able to attend General Meetings as well by paying door fees. single person = $5 per event family* = $8 per event * a ‘family’ is defined as a person, a spouse and their under the age of 18 dependents Plan on making a full afternoon of it and join us upstairs at the Hody for food and drinks with the speaker after the event.
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Hamilton & District Aquarium Society
1 member Ontario
Website: "hdas.ca" Before the Second World War an aquarium society was in existence in Hamilton. The exact time during which it functioned is not known but magazines of the time do suggest that it was flourishing as early as the mid thirties. We assume that the war caused the end of the club. After the war, we believe about 1950, the present Hamilton & District Aquarium Society (H&DAS), was started and has continued ever since without interruption. The society has held its monthly meetings in a variety of locations such as Dom Polski (just off Barton Street), the Ottawa Street “Y”, the old Jewish Community Center at Sanford & Delaware (no longer there), the Firemen’s’ Hall on Concession and our present meeting place, the Church of the Resurrection. The H&DAS was one of the founding members of the Canadian Association of Aquarium Clubs (CAOAC), and Hamilton members have served on the CAOAC Executive & Committees regularly since the beginning Our club has been host to five of the annual CAOAC conventions. For the last 30 years or so the Society has held an annual show open to the public. For a number of years this was a week long affair in which many large setups were displayed. In recent years for various reasons the show has been a one day display in conjunction with an auction. We have also taken part in a number of other events over the years including the Mum Show and Aquafest. From time to time the club has arranged other activities for its members. These include things such as Home Shows, trips to public aquaria, live food hunts, summer picnics & pet shop tours.
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Greater Iowa Reef Society
1 member Iowa
Website: "greateriowareefsociety.org" Website Registration Please note that club membership is NOT a requirement to use our website. If you have not yet registered, you can create a FREE account by clicking here, or by clicking on the Log In or Sign Up link in the upper right hand corner of this page, or the Sign Up Now button, then selecting "create an account now". Registration is required to post in our forums, participate in chat and several other areas of the site. We invite you to "Test Drive" our club before joining. Attend one of our events, participate in our discussions forums or stop in for one of our regular online chats. If you decide that you enjoy the club, we encourage you to take the next step and become and official GIRS member. As a GIRS member, you will be able to participate/vote in club elections, you will be eligible for discounts at certain GIRS events & functions and you will get access to our private members forum. Additionally, many members give other club members great deals on corals, etc. Membership dues are $20 per year and your membership lasts 1 year from the date that your dues are paid.
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C.O.A.S.T.
1 member California
About C.O.A.S.T. Website: "coastfishclub.com" California's Organization of Aquatic Show Tropicals tropical fish club was formed in 1991 by aquarium hobbyists for the purpose of advancing the understanding of aquatic life, promoting the keeping and preservation of diverse species, and getting together to have fun with people who share in the fascination with things which live in water. COAST, providing Education and Camaraderie to People Who Are Interested in Keeping Tropical, Temperate and Other Aquatic Life California's Organization of Aquatic Show Tropicals (COAST) is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(7) not-for-profit association registered with the state of California.
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Greenwater Aquarist Society
1 member Illinois
Website: "greenwateraquaristsociety.org" General Club Meeting - First Friday of each month (January-July and September-December) 6:30-9:30 pm Apollo Recreation Center, 12521 S. Kostner, Alsip, IL 60803 Program or Activity, Food, Raffle, and Mini Auction Membership Pricing (12 Months) $20.00 Individual and $30.00 Family - Meetings - Socialize with other hobbyists - visit as a guest - Website - Member Pages - BAP Program - HAP Program (aquatic plants) - Members-Only Events/Discounts - Special Member Points Auctions - Special Buy-it-Now Table at the SWAP - Summer Party - Holiday Party - Field Trips - Sell your items in the meeting mini auction - 100% of proceeds to member
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Central New York Aquarium Society
1 member New York
cnyas.org CNYAS is a non-profit educational organization with a goal of furthering the study of all forms of aquatic life. In order to achieve this, we promote the interest in, and encourage the breeding of, aquatic life. Through the exchange of ideas and distribution of information concerning the hobby, we will advance our members’ knowledge of the hobby, providing valuable information to those who seek it. Monthly meetings are held in the DeWitt Community Room during the months of September through June, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Each monthly meeting consists of: - Short business meeting - Program (slide show, movie, guest speaker, etc.) - Break (refreshments/social gathering) - Question and discussion session - Bi-monthly Bowl Show - Raffle (equipment, books, food, magazine subscriptions, etc.) - Free door prizes - Monthly auction (plants, fish, equipment etc.)
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