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Country United States, region Florida listings:
|Brevard Area Reef Society (BARS), firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|BARS is a non-profit marine aquarium club based in Brevard County, FL. |
|Central Florida Aquarium Society, PO Box 541040, Orlando, FL, 32854, phone (407) 494-4469, email@example.com.|
|Coastal Aquarium Society, Sarasota, FL, phone 727-867-6140.|
|The Coastal Aquarium Society meets the 1st Wednesday of every month at 7:30 PM at Pritzker Marine Biological Research Center on the campus of "NEW COLLEGE" in beautiful Sarasota, Florida. For further information call Mike Jacobs at 727-867-6140. Every meeting features a speaker or other program of aquatic interest. In addition an auction of fish related goods and fish is held each meeting. Fishkeepers from beginners to experts are invited to attend. |
|First Coast Aquarium Society, Jacksonville, FL, firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|First Coast Aquarium Society
MeetingIntroducing the place for First Coast aquarists.
~Share the hobby.
~Learn from fellow aquarists.
~Visits from special guests.
~Special events and trips.
Monthly meetings begin January 19, 2008
at the Wesconnett Regional Library 3-5pm.
Be a part of it from the beginning!!!
For More information please visit http://myfcas.com/
|Florida Marine Aquarium Society, 300 Gulfstream Way, Dania Beach,, Fl., phone (305) 285-8666.|
|Meetings:The 4th Tuesday of the month at IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum, 7:15pm. Our 47th Annual Show May 23rd through May 26, 2003 at IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum. Dues:For single adult: $15.00. For Family: $20.00. For Commercial: $25.00. |
|Florida Panhandle Reefkeepers Society, FL.|
|Florida Panhandle Reefkeepers Society Inc (FPRS) is a non-profit organization run by local marine enthusiasts for local marine enthusiasts, and dedicated to the support of the hobby of marine aquarium keeping in the western panhandle and surrounding area.
Our mission is to provide a forum for sharing ideas in order to assist our members, promoting the conservation of coral reefs through captive breeding and propagation of marine specimens, and developing natural marine environments.
|Gainesville Reef & Marine Aquarium Society, 4319 SW 21 LN, Gainsville, FL, 32607, phone 904-336-4863, email@example.com.|
|Monthly meetings. Contact Joe Nawrocki. |
|Gold Coast Aquarium Society, Broward , Dade, Palm Beach, Florida, phone 954-989-3888, firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Gold Coast Aquarium Society of South Florida, 13728 NW 18th St, Pembroke Pines, FL, 33028, phone 954-989-3888, email@example.com.|
|We meet the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 7:30-9:30PM at the David Park Center in Hollywood, 108 N 33rd Ct, just West of the corner of Hollywood Blvd and Park Rd. |
|Greater Orlando Aquarium Society, Orlando, FL.|
|Meetings: 2nd Sunday of every month.
Contact: Gary Gray 407-366-1723 or David Marcus 407-469-3799. |
|Gulf Coast Aquarium Society, FL, phone (941)278-1162.|
|Meetings are the 2nd Wed. of every month.
Dues: Single: $12, family $15, Newsletter only $8.
|Jacksonville Aquarium Society, 2775 Myra Street, Jacksonville, FL, 32205, phone 904-384-4100, firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|JAS is a newly reforming aquarium society. JAS
flourished in the mid 90's and faded out. Several
members are interested in seeing a reformation.
This effort is being called JAS 1998.
|JAX Reef And Marine Club, jacksonville, FL, 32224, email@example.com.|
|We are the largest and most active saltwater reef club in Jacksonville Florida. We are a family friendly club located in Jacksonville, Florida. We are dedicated to promoting and the growth of the saltwater aquarium hobby through education. We have monthly local meeting that are open to all club members. |
|Marine Aquarium Society of the Palm Beaches, phone 561-967-8582.|
|Meetings on 2nd Monday of each month. Dues $20/year.
Contact Ron Zoratti |
|Northeast Florida Marine Aquarium Society, Jacksonville, Florida, President@nfmas.org.|
|NFMAS is one of the oldest Reef Clubs in the state of Florida. As the largest Reef Club in North Florida we offer many benefits to our members. NFMAS meets the 3rd Wed of each month. Come by and exchange ideas, critique projects, and trade frags. All are welcome! |
|Orlando Reef Caretakers Association (ORCA), 281 Adelaide St, DeBary, FL, 32713, phone 386-668-9643, firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Our active and growing club meets the last Saturday of each month at one of the members homes. For more information please visit our web site. |
|Panhandle ReefKeepers Society, Florida.|
|South Florida Aquarium Society, 9121 SW 118 TE, Miami, FL, 33157, phone 305-220-0087, fax 305-220-4711, email@example.com.|
|The purpose of the South Florida Aquarium Society, Inc. shall be to promulgate, further and advance the keeping, breeding, and studying of live specimens of freshwater aquatic life, and to educate and inform its members and the public whenever possible. Regular monthly meetings are normally on the second Monday of each month. Tropical Journal is published monthly by the South Florida Aquarium Society. A subscription to Tropical Journal is also included with each class membership.
South Florida Aquarium Society, Inc. is incorporated under the laws of the State of Florida and is a member of the Federation of American Societies. |
|South West Florida Marine Aquarium Society, firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|SWFMAS is a non-profit organization of aquarists dedicated to the care and conservation of marine life kept in reef aquariums. Our primary objective is to educate other area reef keepers on the requirements of caring for reef inverts, fish and coral propagation.
We meet on the 3rd Saturday of every month, except for certain field trips and special events. Our meetings are open to the public and depending on the format , there might be an entry fee, usually to cover meeting costs.
Annual membership is $15 for individuals, $20 for families. |
|Tampa Bay Aquarium Society, 1101 W. Kirby St, Tampa, FL, 33604, phone 813-972-2214.|
|meets the 2nd Monday of every month at 7
PM at the Florida Aquarium, 701 Channelside Drive, Tampa, Florida 33602.
interest. In addition an
auction of fish related goods and fish is held each meeting. Fishkeepers
from beginners to experts are invited to attend. |
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