Getting Together!
Meetings are held at 7:45pm on the second Wednesday of each month, except for July and
August, at the:

CRCS St Zotique                                              Note: The room number will be posted
75, Sir Georges Etienne Cartier Sq                          on the board directly in front
Montréal, QC H4C 3A1
                                               of the entrance

You can see how to get there by
Clicking Here

To reach us via public transit, get off at the St Henri metro station (orange line), go out
the exit directly in front of you as you go through the turnstiles. Once outside, go right to
Notre Dame, then right along Notre Dame to Sir Georges Etienne Cartier and left to the
address above.

Each meeting consists of an introduction of the night's activities, followed by a presentation
by a speaker on various subjects related to tropical fish keeping. There is a break during
which raffle tickets are sold. We then draw for monthly door prizes (members in attendance
only) and the raffle (open to all who purchased tickets). Finally, there is a monthly auction
during which anyone can buy the items up for sale. (Note items in the auction can only
come from members)

                                        Our Next Meeting >>>

                Wednesday,  February 14, 2018.

  Meeting starts at 7:45 pm Door is open at 7:15

        This month there will be a presentation by
                                   Gary Elson
          Red fish, blue fish, try a new fish -
                                      An Introduction to Killies        

       As usual there will be an auction and a raffle
      We invite you to join our Facebook Group
                 Montreal Aquarium Society

Membership Fees

> Individual - $25.00 per year

> Family  -      $30.00 per year

> Visitors -     $4.00   per meeting

Celebrating over 80 years of promoting the aquarium hobby

Speaker Bio....

Gary Elson joined the MAS in 1992, because he heard
rumours there were killies in the auction.  He was right,
and his club membership has paid off in endless
learning. He is an author of four aquarium books and
close to 150 published fish articles, and was a
Contributing Editor and columnist for TFH magazine
back in the day.