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|BayState Aquarium Society, 34 Church St., Marlboro, MA, 01752.|
|Meetings: 2nd monday of the month.
Dues: $15 full membership; $10 newsletter only.
Contact - Bill Maier
Meetings held at Chin's Garden Restaurant in Marlboro, start time 6:45pm. |
|Boston Aquarium Society, c/o Karen Randall, 255 Central Street, Holliston, MA, 01746, email@example.com.|
|Meetings are the 3rd Monday of each month (located next to the New England Aquarium gift shop and parking garage). Doors open at 7:30 PM and the speaker's program starts at 8:00PM. If you park in the garage, bring your ticket and we will stamp it for a reduced rate of $11.
Membership is $15/year for individuals or a family. |
|Boston Guppy Club - IGEES, 191 Johnnycake Street, North Andover, MA, 01845, phone 978-722-2108, BostonBreeder@BostonGuppyClub.com.|
|The Boston Guppy Club is the New England affiliate of the International Guppy Education & Exhibition Society. We hold monthly meetings throughout New England that are open to the general public. For more information please visit our website at BostonGuppyClub.com |
|Boston Reefers Society, Boston, MA, 02169, firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|The Boston Reefers Society is committed to promoting interest in and enjoyment of all aspects of the marine aquarium hobby. Educating the public on topics related to the biology, physiology, and chemistry of reef biotopes through the sponsorship of meetings, lectures, publications, websites, competitions, exhibits and other means. Providing a forum for sharing resources and information among local aquarium enthusiasts. Supporting research, education and conservation efforts aimed at improving marine and coral reef environments. Involving and educating young people about aquatic life and the aquarium hobby. Fostering camaraderie, friendship, and appreciation of aquatic life.
Rapidly growing reef club meets bi-monthly. Membership is $15 per year or $20 so all family members can use the card for 10% discount at all the sponsors stores. Check out the website and come to a meeting. |
|Cape Cod Aquarium Society, 869 Route 6A, Brewster, MA, 02631, email@example.com.|
|Meetings are the third Thursday of every month, they are free to the public. Membership is $20 for single, $30 for family, $10 for junior. We usually have a speaker and a great program, including an auction. |
|Massachusetts Marine Aquarium Society, 19 Green St #5, Brookline, MA, 02446, phone 617-277-9309, firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Dedicated to reefkeeping, marine fishes, breeding, coral propagation, etc. We welcome all who wish to attend our monthly meetings. |
|New England Killie Association, Princeton, MA, phone 508-464-2898.|
|Pioneer Valley Aquarium Society, 20 Lathrop St, West Springfield, MA, email@example.com.|
|Meetings:First Tuesday of September through June
|Worcester Aquarium Society, 203 Massasoit Rd, Worcester, MA, 01604-3418, phone (508) 757-5203, firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Meetings: 4th Tuesday monthly -- except July and August (no meetings).
Dues:$20 family; $15 regular; $10 correspondent; $5 junior (under age 16).
Contact:"Mary Malesky" |
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