Reservations and required in advance.
Friday, December 8th @ 7:00PM
Dolce Vita Italian Restaurant
5811 Avenue N in Brooklyn
$50 Per person
All payments must be in by November 30th – kindly contact Steve or David at BklynAquariumSociety@hotmail.com
Join us for a summer outing to the one and only Monster Aquarium store in Queens. Monster specializes in hard to find fish of quality and is a long time supporter of the Brooklyn Aquarium Society.
Monster Aquarium ,
131-08 4th Road
Flushing, NY 11354
If you are interested in attending we will have dedicated time at Monster which will allow club members a special discount. Members can meet at the store or kindly call David Manuel at (917) 678-4637 for more information.
We will post our next event as soon
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To kick off 2023 we will once again be having a 50/50 split on donated livestock only (corals, fish and plants in good health) for members only.
Members must sign in at the donation desk that they want 50% of whatever their livestock items are auctioned for (no reserves). The total of all donations must be greater than $5 and your return check will be available for pickup at the next regular meeting.
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We are happy to announce that The New York Aquarium has once again granted us use of the Education Hall for our monthly meetings. (Thank you!)
We are going back to our normal schedule! Regular meetings every second Friday of the month at the New York Aquarium Education Hall. We are very excited!
Schedules, topics and speakers to be posted soon so make sure you check back.
The board members meet once a month to discuss club business, and we can use your help! There are four board positions currently available: corresponding secretary, treasurer, webmaster and recording secretary. If you’d like to attend a meeting which are held the 1st Friday of the month, September through June, please notify Steve Matassa at (347) 277-4793 by the Tuesday before the meeting.
Videos of hundreds of pet artifacts including antique aquariums, bird cages, fishbowls, dog advertising, vintage pet foods, medicines, etc, etc.
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The MASNA Board is proud to welcome you to MACNA 2022 Gathering and Growing, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on the shores of Lake Michigan.
We look forward to having you join our community in Milwaukee, Wisconsin as we come together to Gather and Grow.
Reunited after two years of virtual programs, MACNA 2022 Gathering and Growing will bring our community together for the best MACNA to date.
MACNA 2022 will enable us to gather as a community, bringing together the greatest educators, businesses, leaders, cultivators, and pioneers to continue to share and educate.
Growing our industry in a sustainable manner has never been more important. MACNA 2022 will lead the way through its exhibits, speakers, and programs as we continue to achieve new breakthroughs.
MACNA 2022 will be held at the Wisconsin Center, with hotel rooms available at the historic Milwaukee Hilton City Center & the Hyatt Regency.
Many of you are familiar with Project Piaba and our goal of fostering and environmentally and socio-economically beneficial aquarium fishery in the Rio Negro region of the Amazon. This fishery links the economic welfare and livelihoods of rural families to environmental conservation that must be maintained for the fishery to thrive. This sustainable aquarium fishery is an effective driver of stewardship that protects habitat for critically endangered species, sequesters substantial amounts of carbon in tropical forests as well as the continuation of atmospheric scrubbing of greenhouse gasses, and alleviates poverty for rural fishing communities.
We have a lot of work to do this year and we need your help!
Come on an expedition! Every year since 1991 our scientists and specialists have participated in an expedition to explore and study the fishery, and to identify, recommend and implement changes that can improve the health and quality of the fish being exported. We have not been back since COVID turned everything upside down in 2020 and we have a lot of work to catch up on: best handling practices training, traceability implementation, document newly legalized species for the aquarium trade, and export facility training work.
Our next expedition will take place from September 24 – October 8. Please consider joining us on this expedition!
If you are interested or if you have questions, please email me directly (SDowd@projectpiaba.org). More information in the attached folder and on our website: http://projectpiaba.
Thank you for supporting Project Piaba!
Scott & the Project Piaba team
We are back at it! We’re excited to see you all in person.
At St. Brendan’s Catholic Church Parish Hall
1202 Avenue O, Brooklyn, NY 11230
April 8th – doors open at 7:30 PM. Speaker, auction, sales tables overflowing with gear, chemicals and food for sale and 100+ people that share your enthusiasm for fishkeeping. It’s good to be back!
Free parking and free refreshments too!
We have a new issue of AquaticNews that represents a wide variety of fish, from the mysterious Coelacanth to locally bred Angelfish. Our virtual meetings are gaining more popularity with members and we have some compelling speakers coming up. Todd Gardner, breeder of over 60 species of salt water fish, returns to BAS in February. March will bring us Samantha M. West of Zoo Med Laboratories. She will be discussing Environmental Enrichment for your Aquarium Fish.
One article we would like to point out is on page 7, “Why Hobbyists Should Write for their Club Journal.” We encourage all members to share their passion and knowledge. Since we can’t get to meetings please put your experiences to paper. We’ve all had fish we love but can’t keep alive and fish that survive despite doing everything wrong. Whether you’ve had a great experience with new equipment or bought something that totally failed please share with fellow members.
It is with an extremely heavy heart that we announce the passing of our former Brooklyn Aquarium Society President, lead board member and widely known Joe Graffagnino.
Joe has been the face of the Brooklyn Aquarium Society for over 30 years. Joe will be greatly missed and our prayers go out to his family.
A viewing will be held on Friday, September 10th
Scarpaci Funeral home
1401 86th Street
Brooklyn NY 11228
Between 4 & 8 PM
More details to follow…