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Spring Frag Swap

April 28, 2018
Williamsport Area High School
2990 W. 4th St
Williamsport, PA17701

Get great deals on coral, fish and dry goods at our frag swap! Let's make this a true hobbyist to hobbyist swap - feel free to bring ANYTHING you'd like to sell or trade. Livestock, dry good, used equipment - everything is welcome! Prearrange trades at or just bring what you have. The school will be selling coral directly from their system! Everyone is welcome to have a table!

Visit the hub of our Tanks in Schools program at Williamsport Area High School.

* 55°F tank with brook trout fingerlings
* 3000 gallons of saltwater tanks including our new 550 gallon aquarium sponsored by Ecotech Marine
* Expanded coral propagation system
* Talk with students in our Aquarium Science course

* Buy new & used tanks and equipment from our sales room.



8:00am - Vendor setup begins
11:00am - Swap open to the public
12:00pm - Lunch is served
3:00pm - Raffle
5:00pm - Swap ends


Admission is $10 per person or $20 per family. Lunch is included. Table fee included. Your admission supports our swap expenses and Tanks in Schools program.

Note to participants: You're welcome to sell livestock and dry goods including used equipment. We'll have lots of tables available and there is no table or vendor fee - just pay the admission price - but we appreciate a raffle donation. Please e-mail Larry Flint at to let us know you're coming. We'll have 400 gallons of Fritz RPM Pro salt mixed up at 1.026 s.g. available for free. We also have 100 gallons of RO water available too.

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largest glass aquarium in a pennsylvania School

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New School Aquariums!


Click on the Tanks in Schools tab at the top of the page to read about the new school aquariums popping up all over the place!



You helped us meet donorschoose goals!

Over $4800 raised for the anemone propagation and Clownfish Breeding Systems at Williamsport Area High School

Thanks to your generous support our first projects were fully funded with $2324 in donations to build an anemone propagation system and $2500 to buld a clownfish breeding system at Williamsport Area High School.


This fall we have our first class of students enrolled in Aquarium Science at Williamsport Area High School. Twenty-four students are learning about aquarium system design & maintenance, fish breeding and coral propagation. We've partnered with the PA Fish and Boat Commission as a Trout in the Classroom site and' we're raising brook trout from eggs to complement our freshwater and saltwater systems, giving our students exposure to many types of aquaculture. See a video of them here!

Click this link to go to our project page to make your donation! Your donation is tax deductible as is a 501(c)3 nonprofit.





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Event Info

Tanks in Schools

We lead the way in school reef education programs

Our society's main mission is reef conservation and education. We spread the word about responsible reefkeeping through our Tanks in Schools program. Teacher volunteers are trained in reefkeeping and share their knowledge with young people every day. Read more about the Tanks in Schools program by clicking the link near the top of the page.

Read the article about our program in Coral Magazine.

Tanks in Schools

program director speaks on "rescuing the reefs"

Larry Flint was a featured speaker at the TedxWilliamsport event on October 24, 2012. His talk was on the relationship aquarists have with coral reefs and how we can work to rescue the reefs. Not only can we serve to educate people about the fragile nature of reefs, we can even create entire reef aquariums without removing life from the ocean. Our society's Tanks in Schools program is at the forefront of reef education in classrooms with our sustainable reefs. Read more here.

Dan Rigle's Tank makes headlines

club member's aquarium hits Coral magazine

Dan Rigle's tank was featured in a recent edition of CORAL magazine. His tank is incredible and his knowledge of reefkeeping is an awesome resource for the members of the club. Read more here.