North Jersey Aquarium Society Monthly Saturday Event

Every 3rd Saturday of the Month at the Clark Public Library in Union County (Exit 135 GSP). All welcome. Our events feature a guest speaker (see below and on our website and Facebook Page); auction of fish/plants/inverts/dry goods (buy/sell/share/donate); Breeders & Growers Award Program; sales table; refreshments; and door prizes. Meet fellow hobbyists and take your aquarium enthusiasm and expertise to the next level like only a LIVE event can do! 

2018 SPEAKERS:
Jan-20 Emily Voigt: “Stalking the Dragon Behind the Glass” (the arowana trade)
Feb-17 Dr. Paul V. Loiselle: “Central American Compact Cichlid”
Kevin Carr “Giant Central American Cichlids”
Mar-17 Scott Dowd: “Project Piaba - Conservation Success Story”
Apr-21 Oliver Lucanus: “Discus in their Home Waters”
“Keeping and Breeding Unusual African Cichlids”
Apr-22 (Sunday): Swim-into-Spring Giant Auction Fundraiser (East Brunswick Days Inn)
May-19 Rachel O’Leary: “Nano Fish for Nano Tanks”
“A Guide to Freshwater Invertebrates”
Jun-16 Karen Randall: “Basics of Aquatic Horticulture”
“Asian Plant Travelogue”
Jul-21 Dr. Ron Harlan: “What Aquarists Need to Know About Water Chemistry”
“Collecting in the Bolivian Amazon”
Aug-TBA (Weekend): Annual Member Picnic. Date to be announced.
Sep-15 Sal Silvestri: “Keeping and Breeding South American Dwarf Cichlids”
Oct-20 Charles Clapsaddle: “Closed System Aquaculture of Ornamental Fish”
“Magnificent Mollies”
Oct-21 (Sunday): Fall-into-Fish Giant Auction Fundraiser (East Brunswick Days Inn)
Nov-17 Lawrence Dressler: “Spirulina - The Green Wonder Food”
Rueben Lugo “Breeding Loricariid Catfishes”
Dec-TBA (weekend) Member Holiday Party

Contact Information
  1. NJASwebmail@gmail.com
Sat, January 20
12:30 am — 4:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 01/20/2018 12:30am 01/20/2018 4:30pm America/New_York North Jersey Aquarium Society Monthly Saturday Event

Every 3rd Saturday of the Month at the Clark Public Library in Union County (Exit 135 GSP). All welcome. Our events feature a guest speaker (see below and on our website and Facebook Page); auction of fish/plants/inverts/dry goods (buy/sell/share/donate); Breeders & Growers Award Program; sales table; refreshments; and door prizes. Meet fellow hobbyists and take your aquarium enthusiasm and ...

303 Westfield Ave, Clark, NJ 07066 Clark, NJ 07066

Clark Public Library

303 Westfield Ave, Clark, NJ 07066
Clark, NJ 07066

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