It takes $50 for tank with fish to be maintained for a school year, however, any donation amount is appreciated.
The Colorado Aquarium Society, established in 1947, is an open group for aquarists to share their interest in all facets of the aquarium hobby. Our members consist of advanced expert hobbyists as well as beginners and all levels between. If you are interested in learning about the hobby, sharing your experience in the hobby, or would like to discuss any aspect of fish, invertebrates, plants, aquariums, ponds, and amphibians, The Colorado Aquarium Society General Meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome!
The CAS was established in 1947 and incorporated under Colorado law as a non profit organization on November 6, 1962.
For a detailed review of our history go to our history page.
Random Tip #20 - Beginner Chinese Algae Eater fish are NOT recomended for community tanks. While adequate algae eating is done by small Chinese Algae Eaters, as they grow, almost all of them become very agressive and would prefer to eat the protective slime-coat off your fish than to chew on algae. An Oto (Otocinclus), is a much better algae eater and will not harm your fish. - T. Fells Add Your Tip
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Next General Meeting:
Confirmed Event Friday, September 5, 2014 7:30pm September General Meeting
First Universalist Church of Denver 4101 E Hampden Ave Denver, CO 80222
Event Open to Anyone
7:30 p.m. To 9:00
Promptness Award: Make sure that you are at the general meeting by 7:30 for your chance to win the Promptness Award.
General Meetings are held on the first Friday of every month, and feature a cash promptness award, a detailed program on a specific aspect of the aquarium hobby, a bowl show, a mini-auction, and announcements of up-coming activities.
General meetings are open to the public. We welcome guests, so please feel free to attend if you are interested in aquariums and ornamental fishkeeping.
The CAS encourages its members to breed and show their fish through various programs such as Bowl Shows, Grow Competitions, Aquarist of the Year, and more. Members who place in these competitions are awarded points that are accumulated towards a number of different awards.
Mini-Auctions are held at the end of each General Meeting and include fish, plants, supplies, and equipment. Please note that there is a 5 item per member limit on items to be auctioned at the Mini-Auction.
If you would like to print these labels, you must attach them with packing tape that covers the label completely to protect it from getting wet. Also for Minimum Bid, if your printer doesn't print the pink for minimum bid, you will need to highlight in Pink / Red after printing.
Board Meetings are held the last Friday of each month at a memberís residence. They are the business meetings of the CAS and are open only to members.
Members are invited and encouraged to attend. Non-board members do not have voting rights but memberís input is recognized and appreciated. It is also a great way to see other memberís aquarium setups.
Throughout the year CAS hosts a variety of educational and fun activities for its members. Annual events may include a fish show, auctions, a Summer picnic, and the Christmas Party / Annual Awards Banquet.
In addition, other special events are held and vary each year. Past years events have included: field trips, collecting trips, workshops, making fish food, and home (fish room) tours.
CAS holds two auctions annually: a Spring Auction and a Fall Auction. The purpose of these auctions is to generate operating revenue. Auctions are open to the public and we invite everyone to attend. Items include: bagged fish, hardware such as tanks, heaters, filters, etc., and supplies such as food and water conditioner. For more information on Auctions, visit our Auction Information Page.