Great Salt Lake Aquarium Society of Utah
1 member Utah
Website: "www.gslas.com" The Great Salt Lake Aquarium Society of Utah is a non-profit club dedicated to fresh water fish. This club is for the study and enjoyment of these fish in Utah. Our activities include guest speakers about fishkeeping, fish auctions and socials. We have speakers on as many different fishes as possible. These speakers give presentations on collecting fish in the wild, keeping fish in the aquarium, and breeding freshwater aquarium fish. The club brings in speakers that are well known; and experts in their topic. The club is run by its members with three elected officials: President, Vice President, and Treasurer. Visitors are always welcome at our meetings. If you like fish you will enjoy attending our meetings in Utah. Club members can also offer advice based on years of fish keeping experience.
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North Texas Reef Fanatics
1 member Texas
northtexasreeffanatics.org/ NTRF is an organization of marine aquarium enthusiasts with an emphasis dedicated to the education, knowledge and ethical husbandry of sustaining marine life in a captive environment in the Dallas/Fort Worth and North Texas area. Through education and knowledge we promote responsibility to hobbyists for the well being of marine life through the reproduction of their natural environments. Our commitment to marine life includes the conservation and preservation of marine life by providing hobbyist with online forums and resources, sharing ideas, events, speakers, news publications and other means that connect hobbyist of all levels. We strive to promote and support Eco-friendly propagation and captive breeding techniques to our members and the public. Our goal is to reduce the constant ever changing impact of our coral reefs and oceans while still being able to enjoy marine life in our homes and in captivity.
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Wisconsin Reef Society
1 member Wisconsin
wireefsociety.com MISSION STATEMENT: The Wisconsin Reef Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing an environment and community to educate. WRS strives to enhance ones reef keeping and marine life skills and knowledge through meetings, discussions, on-line chats and organized presentations. WRS promotes trading, captive breeding and coral propagation with a strong belief and understanding for the conservation of the hobby. Above all, it is a place for people with a common passion to meet, exchange views, educate and have a good time.
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Milwaukee Aquarium Society
1 member Wisconsin
milwaukeeaquariumsociety.com Membership Dues Individual: $15/year Family: $20/year Join the MAS at any event, or contact Lisa Ohrs Membership benefits: Discounts at many local fish stores Use of the club library Attendance to annual MAS Christmas extravaganza (December 6th this year)
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Madison Area Reef Society
1 member Wisconsin
madisonreef.com Thanks for checking out the Madison Area Reef Society! Our members are located near and within Madison, Wisconsin and all share a passion for reef keeping. For information about meetings in the group, please take alook at the meetings page or the forum. The forum is a great place to ask questions or find additional information about our Reef Society. If you have any comments or suggestions on the web site, you can email me at bob@madisonreef.com.
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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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Green Bay Aquarium Society
1 member Wisconsin
gbasonline.org Founded in 1986, the Green Bay Aquarium Society (GBAS) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to further the study of all forms of aquatic life, to promote interest, exchange ideas, distribute information concerning the aquarium hobby, and to promote the breeding and display of aquatic life. Membership is open to anyone who shares these interests. Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month at the home of a club member. Currently, most members reside in Green Bay, the Fox Cities, or surrounding areas of Wisconsin. Our meetings are open to the general public.
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Oklahoma Aquarium Association
1 member Oklahoma
theokaa.org The Oklahoma Aquarium Association is a general aquarium hobbyist group. Our members maintain fresh, brackish and marine aquariums. All persons interested in the hobby are welcome, from the novice to the advanced fishkeeper. Our members have kept and spawned many species in their aquaria. The OKC chapter meets the first saturday of each month. Every third meeting is held at member's house in the evening. The Tulsa chapter meets the second Sunday of each month. Meetings generally involve a door prize, a presentation and include an auction of live fish and plants. Participation in the monthly meetings is open to the public and there is no charge for attending. Membership dues are $20.00 per household and cover 12 months. Special discounted memberships are available to members of other aquarium specialty groups and non-voting out-of-state members for half price. Junior memberships are also available at half-price for members under 18 years of age. Membership benefits include discounts at area merchants, presentations on various aspects of aquatics given by nationally recognized speakers, participation in club auctions where you can acquire rare fish and plants for bargain basement prices, and club activities that include behind the scenes tours of public and commercial aquariums, as well as native fish collecting trips. Plus you will have the opportunity to develop friendships with other interested hobbyists and share information and experiences.
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Youngstown Area Tropical Fish Society
1 member Ohio
yatfs.com YATFS is a non-profit hobby organization composed of local aquarists and dealers. It was founded in the spring of 1972 for the express purpose of promoting the science of exotic freshwater and saltwater fish and plants, assisting new hobbyists, encouraging the breeding and displaying of all aquatic life, and acquiring and dispensing aquatic knowledge and literature. All persons with an interest in the aquarium hobby are welcomed and invited to attend two meetings before making any decision on membership. Our meetings are held the 3rd Friday of each month (unless announced otherwise). At the Mineral Ridge Presbyterian Church on Rt 46. Doors open at 7:30pm & we start at 8:00 3654 Main St, Mineral Ridge, OH 44440 Enter through the side door.
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Ohio Cichlid Association
1 member Ohio
ohiocichlid.com The Ohio Cichlid Association brings together Cichlid and Catfish enthusiasts to increase the enjoyment of the fish keeping hobby. The Ohio Cichlid Association promotes the interest, keeping, study, breeding, and exhibition of Cichlids and Catfish through its publications, programs, and events. The Ohio Cichlid Association supports research, education, and conservation projects through the OCA Jim Smith Fund.
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Northeast Ohio Fish Club
1 member Ohio
neo-fish.com The Northeast Ohio Fish Club (NEOfish) is an all specie Fish club in Northeast Ohio. We pride ourselves in being a progressive club offering all our members not only the normal fish club programs, but spawning contests, workshops, road trips and more. Our goal is to make every meeting exciting, educational and leaving you with the feeling that you can't wait until the next meeting. Look at our website and see if this club isn't the club you have been looking for. If you already belong to a club, that's okay, think about making us your second club and come enjoy the fun. We meet the third Friday of every month starting at 8pm: Independence United Methodist Church 6615 Brecksville Road Independence, OH 44131
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Greater Akron Aquarium Society
1 member Ohio
akronfishclub.com We are a group of aquatic enthusiasts in the Akron, Ohio area. Formed in 1952, the Greater Akron Aquarium Society is a non-profit, non-commercial organization. Our membership ranges from the beginning hobbyist to the advanced aquarists with many years experience. The goals of our club are to promote the care, study, breeding, and exhibition of aquarium fish and related aquatic life and to promote interest in the aquarium hobby. Our meetings are held on the second Friday of each month at 8:00 PM at the Ritchie Memorial Shelter House at 109 West Avenue in Tallmadge. Visitors are always welcome. It costs absolutely nothing to attend a meeting and look us over. Membership forms are available on the web page, or at the meeting. The cost is only $10.00 for adults or a family (includes children under 10) and $5.00 for a junior membership (10-17 years) for a paper newsletter. You can save money by receiving your newsletter electronically and get two years of membership at the same price. Membership provides an opportunity to socialize with others who share your interests, a subscription to our bi-monthly newsletter (Tank Topics), Library usage, and more. We also offer a corresponding membership for $10.00 a year. Our meeting agenda is simple and informal. The meeting will begin approximately 8:00 p.m. with a short business meeting. Immediately following is the program for the evening which usually lasts about 45 minutes. Our programs consist of a speaker, a slide program, a movie, or perhaps a panel discussion – always on a particular subject related to the hobby or various species of fish. Following the program is a short refreshment break, after which the winners of the Bowl Show are announced, the Breeder’s Award Program fish are auctioned, and tickets are drawn for the Equipment and Book Raffles.
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Greater Cincinnati Aquarium Society
1 member Ohio
gcas.org Welcome to the Greater Cincinnati Aquarium Society. We are a non-profit organization based in Cincinnati, Ohio that is dedicated to promoting the interests of the aquarium hobby. GCAS is an all-species club that has active BAP, and HAP programs. We also have a quarterly publication, Fincinnati, a very active online forum, 2 large auctions a year, an annual SWAP meet, and monthly meetings with featured speakers. Not to forget, and bunch of other fish geeks for you to hang out with! Meetings are usually held on the last Sunday of each month at Winton Wood's Visitors Center, located at 10245 Winton Road at 7:30pm. The meetings usually include a program or a guest speaker, and a fry auction for the Breeders Award Program. Guests are welcome to attend any two of these meetings before joining GCAS. Annual memberships are $10.00 for an individual or family. As a member of GCAS you may attend the monthly Meetings, the spring and fall Auctions (you can register early for the auctions too) and the Christmas Banquet, and you will receive our quarterly newsletter, Fincinnati. Visitors Are Always Welcome!
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Columbus Area Fish Enthusiasts
1 member Ohio
columbusfishclub.org CAFE is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and enjoyment of the aquarium hobby. CAFE hosts a number of events and meetings throughout the year sure to interest novice and veteran aquarists alike. If you have more questions, need advice, or just want to chat with fellow hobbyists, CAFE is the place to be! More information on who we are and what we do is available here on the site, and of course, don't forget to visit our Forum.
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Triad NC Tropical Fish Society
1 member North Carolina
tnctfs.simplesite.com/435242361 We are a tropical fish group based out of North Carolina with interests in both freshwater and saltwater enthusiasts! Our "community" is the Piedmont Triad area of the state, our goal is to help build the hobby within the area, to encourage new members in the hobby, help others with questions regarding the hobby as well to educate new members on successful ways to have a home aquarium. As well a place for long time hobbyist to communicate together, share tips in the trade, buy, sell, and trade equipment and livestock that they may personally breed or grow.
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Tropical Fish Club of Erie County
1 member New York
tropical-fish-club-of-erie-county.com We are an aquarium club for the tropical fish hobbyist. The Tropical Fish Club of Erie County welcomes all skill levels from beginner to advanced. Come join us! The purpose of this club is to bring hobbyists of Tropical Fish & Aquatic Plants together who are interested in breeding, raising and or showing fish and aquatic plants. Meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of every month at Chicken Coop, VFW Post 8113, 299 Leydecker Road in West Seneca. Google Map Link The meetings start at 7pm with the following agenda: Program(s) on some aspect of the hobby - Bowl Show Competition - Breeders Award Program - Horticultural Awards Program - Mini-Auction Books on the hobby are available for loan, through our club library. See the membership page for a listing.
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Allegheny River Valley Aquarium Society
1 member New York
orgsites.com/ny/arvas/index.html We are a not for profit organization that promotes the education,the development and the preservation of the fish keeping hobby. ARVAS was founded in 1979 2017 will be our 38th year as a club All Meetings Open to Public. Guests and prospective members are always welcome Monthly meetings are the 2nd Friday of every month at 7:30 PM at the First Presbyterian Church (glass doors in middle) on 212 Laurens Street, Olean, NY 14760. ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP fees are as follows: Individual $10.00 Senior over age 62-$6.00 Student [full time up to age 20-$6.00 Family-$16.00 Monthly meetings consists of a brief business meeting, a program that is hobby related and is usually a speaker or a video, a bowl show, door prizes, a mini auction and refreshments. We have a BAP (breeder awards program) and a HAP (horticulture award program) We also belong to FAAS (Federation of American Aquarium Socities) Yearly club activities include a yealy auction, an aquarium tropical fish show, a summer family picnic, a Christmas party and awards dinner, growth contests, shop hops, and field trips
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Long Island Aquarium Society
1 member New York
liasonline.org The Long Island Aquarium Society, Inc. (LIAS) is Long Island’s oldest organization aquarium club. We meet monthly and on special occasions to share ideas and encourage breeding, showing and exchanging of fresh and salt water aquatic life. The membership is made up of men, women and children of all ages and levels of experience. Included are nationally renowned individuals who are eager to share their experience and expertise in all aspects of aquarium and fish management. We welcome visitors (including young people), and we’d love to have you join us! We meet on the 3rd Friday of each month (except July and August). Check "www.liasonline.org" for meeting time, location and topic. A typical meeting begins with a talk by an expert on some aspect of aquariums. We then break for snacks, coffee and chatting about fish. This is a great time to meet new people who share your interest. We continue with raffles and an auction of fish, plants and other creatures. Other events include an annual ocean seining outing to catch tropical wanderers.
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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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