Annual ARVAS Aquarium Tropical Fish Show at Olean Library

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Event Date(s): Mon, 04/23/2018 - 9:00am - Sat, 04/28/2018 - 5:00pm
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ARVAS Aquarium show Olean Library 2018

The Allegheny River Aquarium Society (ARVAS) will present its Aquarium Tropical Fish Show at the Olean Public Library from Monday, April 23rd through April 28th.  Library and show hours are Monday through Thursday 9am-9pm, Friday 9am-6pm, and Saturday 10am-5:00pm. Everyone is invited to attend the show, admission is FREE.

On display will be over 30 aquariums, decorated and with fish ranging in size from drum bowls to 30-gallon tanks.  Artificial, or those usually seen in the home; Novelty, cute or humorous; Natural, as in nature; Bowl, for small sizes, and Aquatic, as in aquatic critters are examples of the types you will see.  Vote for your favorite while viewing!

There will be information on fish keeping, hobby hints, pictures from this year's photo contest, and a bulletin board that posts fish keeping hobby items that are for sale or for those looking to buy. 

ARVAS is a not-for-profit club that promotes the education, promotion, development and preservation of the aquarium hobby. 

For more information on this event please visit http://www.orgsites.com/ny/arvas/_pgg3.php3

This event will be held at:

Olean Public Library
134 N. Second Street Corner of Laurens St
Olean, NY 14760
United States
Phone: 716-372-0200
42° 4' 45.138" N, 78° 25' 55.3656" W
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