SWMAS began in 1978 to support the study, culture, exhibition and education of hobbyists in all forms of aquatic life.
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Each meeting centers around a topic for the tropical fish hobbyist presented by club members or outside speakers. In addition, the meetings include a bowl show, a mini-auction of fish and plants, and a raffle.
Spring Auction, March 8th
An auction of fish, plants and equipment from our club members and supporting organizations. It’s the right place to find the perfect plant or that hard to locate fish. Held at the Plainwell Community Center.
Fall Work Shop & Auction
On the first day speakers and demonstrations are held on many various subjects relating to tropical fish. Day 2 is an auction of fish, plants and equipment from our club members and supporting organizations. It’s the right place to find the perfect plant or that hard to locate fish. Held at the Krum Center in Schoolcraft.
Saturday, Date TBA, 2014. Held at the Krum Center in Schoolcraft.
Meeting, Friday, May 2, 2014
Elassoma ( Pygmy Sunfish ) by Jim Reed
Meeting, Friday, June 6, 2014
SWMAS LED Light Building Lesson /
Workshop for those who already pre-ordered parts.
by Matt Bielski
The June SWMAS program will be Matt Bielski holding a light building workshop at the meeting.
Example of Matt's work:
If you would like to get higher output or custom-made lights already made up and pre-built by Matt, e-mail Matt directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. The lights would have 4 rows of LEDs, higher capacity power supply, and be completely sealed off. Matt estimates the cost of pre-built lights to be $1.25 to $1.50 per inch.
are held at the
now called the
, 3640 East Cork Street, Kalamazoo on the first Friday of each month. Meetings begin at 8:00 PM after a half hour social period.