The Toronto Aquarium Society is for new and experienced aquarium hobbyists who want to exchange experiences, and learn from various aquatic expects in a relaxing environment. Established in 1964, as Willowdale Aquarium Society, the Toronto Aquarium Society is a member of the Canadian Association of Aquarium Clubs.
We meet on the second Wednesday of each month (excluding July and August) at rotating locations around the city 7:30pm. Our meeting location rotates every three months in an effort to create awareness in different parts of the city. Check out our Upcoming Events page for the latest information on meeting locations, dates, and topics.
Our meetings are relaxed, informal, and family friendly with the goal to gain a better understanding of our hobby by sharing experiences with each other, learning from a speaker, or working on various aquarium projects.
Every meeting includes a question and answer time and a mini-auction to buy and sell fish, plants, and related equipment.
By becoming a member of Toronto Aquarium Society you support and join a community of fellow fish keepers. Membership fees are used to cover various costs such as:
- Providing a meeting location
- Bringing in knowledgeable speakers
- Promoting the hobby and club
Members of Toronto Aquarium Society enjoy the following benefits:
- Attend all club events
- Borrow materials from club library
- Discounts at local pet stores
- Sell items at club auctions
Become a Member
Annual membership dues are to be paid at the beginning of the calendar year. If you are joining after June the membership dues are halved for the remaining calendar year.