SAN FRANCISCO AQUARIUM SOCIETY: NOW ONLINE!
We are happy to announce that for our October Program we will be presenting the second of a series of online YouTube videos, this one featuring Tom Barr of BarrReport.com.
Friday, October 2, 2020, 7:00 PM
YouTube Link to Event: https://youtu.be/tzRPUbL3HDI
Just open YouTube in your internet browser and search for San Francisco Aquarium Society. Then click on our colorful Three-Discus logo. You will see the video, as well as some archived meeting videos from past years. Access will also be available from our Facebook page, and the SFAS website. A live chat will be available before and during the presentation for all participants to socialize and ask questions.
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Established in 1923 in association with The Steinhart Aquarium, San Francisco Aquarium Society (SFAS) is the West Coast's original tropical fish club. Each month we host a lecture on how to breed a particular species, how to grow beautiful aquarium plants, how genetics is used to predict environmental impact, virtual tours of club member aquaria, aquaponics, collecting across the world, or anything else on topic.
We meet most months with fellow aquarists and lecturers from around the world to share the fun of keeping fish.
Our members bring a variety of fish, shrimp, plants, books and aquarium supplies for the after-meeting club auction. You'll typically see superb specimens and varieties unavailable through pet shops, and at bargain prices. We sometimes have a raffle.
Meetings are open to the public and free.