West Seattle weekend scene: Aquarium auction floats west

Peeking into the West Seattle Christian Church Activity Center at midday today, you might have mistaken the gathering for a religious service – until you heard the auctioneers. (And if you look on the right side of the photo, there are hints alongside the rows of chairs.) This was the Greater Seattle Aquarium Society‘s annual auction – with aquarium hobbyists gathering to auction fish, plants, lights, tanks, anything someone else might be interested in.

They had held the auction at Seattle Pacific University – where the group usually meets – in recent years, but needed someplace bigger, so headed west.

1 Reply to "West Seattle weekend scene: Aquarium auction floats west"

  • Kevin Schindler April 15, 2012 (9:52 am)

    I have attended several mini auctions and this was my second yearly auction with GSAS and I have to say I have never been dissapointed. You will find stuff there that you won’t find anywhere else. GSAS auctions are an “Absolute Must” for any aquarist. There are lots of treasures to be discovered.

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