The New Hampsire Aquarium Society is a non-profit group made up of people that have a common interest in marine and freshwater life and systems.
We meet the second Wednesday of every month September through June at the Somersworth High School. Each meeting has a speaker, Bowl Show, Photo Show, raffle and mini-auction where those present can bid on interesting species that are difficult to find in local stores as well as used, but still useful hardware. The club also runs a Breeders Award Program and Horticultural Award Program to recognize and celebrate the propagation of fish and aquatic plants.Like Us on Our NHAS FaceBook Page
The January 2016, meeting of the New Hampshire Aquarium Society was held at Dante’s restaurant in Barrington, NH. If you missed it you missed a great evening. To quote what was in the thank you letter to Dante’s, “Certainly everyone agreed that the food was plentiful, delicious and presented with care.” If anyone left feeling hungry they had no one to blame but themselves. There were many comments such as. “When we come here next year we should order…” and, “Dante’s could become a regular meeting place.” What we had at the banquet was a group of friends in a warm and pleasant atmosphere with wonderful food and fabulous service. It was just perfect for a cold blustery winter evening. Who could ask for anything more? A very large thank you to Jennifer Richardson for organizing the banquet and selecting the great menu. Jennifer, your efforts are greatly appreciated. After stuffing ourselves each committee chair gave out the awards for the year. CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS! A very sincere thank you to Chuck Smith for all of his years as president of The New Hampshire Aquarium Society. Chuck, we all appreciate your efforts that have resulted in a strong and vigorous club. ************ THANK YOU **************
|Bill Janetos passed away on May 25, 2015. He was a long-time member of the club, the editor of the Granite Fisher, and former president of the New Hampshire Aquarium Society. A good friend and gentle man, he was kind and generous and laughed easily. He will be missed by his many friends from within the club and elsewhere.|