CCAC will staff a table to answer questions, accept BAP and HAP submissions and to renew memberships. The 2 for 1 membership will be in effect during the Trunk Sale.
Aquatic Arts is graciously letting us use their parking lot, however, this event will occur after normal business hours. We will not be permitted inside the building.
All sales are exclusively between the buyer and the seller. CCAC does not guarantee any item bought or sold.
BAP Points may be earned by submitting completed paperwork at the CCAC table.
All state and local requirements for PPE and social distancing must be followed.
Pre -registration is not required. But CCAC reserves the right to remove any individual from this event.
This a free event to buy or sell. CCAC, however, will NOT be providing tables, umbrellas or tents.
BAP and HAP – While BAP and HAP would not normally be accepted at a trunk sale, due to the COVID crisis and the unusual circumstances in which we find ourselves the club is making provisions for members to earn points. The process will be as follows:
All BAP and HAP submissions will be sold using a Silent Auction method.
BAP submissions must include completed paper work, failure to complete the form properly will result in submission not being accepted. You can find the BAP forms and rules here. You can find HAP forms here.
Acceptance of any submission is entirely at the discretion of the BAP and HAP chairperson(s).
All submissions must be turned into the CCAC table by 6:25pm. Late entries will not be accepted.
Sellers will be sent a check for proceeds at some point following the date of the trunk sale.
Donations to the club are accepted.
The Silent Auction will run from 6:30pm to 7:30pm.
You do not need to be a member or have a bid number to participate.
Highest bid on each item wins. Winners of the auction items must be present to pick the item up.
For the Silent Auction, credit cards will be the only accepted form of payment. No checks. No cash. Transactions between buyers and sellers are up to their agreed upon discretion.
Keep in mind that we are living in a very dynamic situation. Please stay tuned to this page. As we get closer to the event, your leadership team will use this page to communicate those changes.
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Dean Tweeddale is a master breeder who started keeping fish over 50 years ago. He started with guppies, moved on to discus, and has since bred countless species of freshwater fish. Always an innovator, Dean has, throughout his fishkeeping career, built three in-house fish rooms and developed an incredible fry system. Some of his proudest moments in the hobby are developing a system to raise discus artificially, breeding many rare dwarf cichlids, continuous spawning of German blue rams, and spawning several L-number plecos including most recently zebra plecos. He has collected and bred wild fish from Peru and has appeared on a number of YouTube channels including Aquarium Co-Op, Swishkey, L.R.Bretz’s Aquatics, Bentley Pasco, and Dustin’s Fish Tanks.
Free and open to the public.
Meeting Time: Thursday, July, 2nd 2020 at 7:30 PM EST
This meeting will be held virtually, on Blue Jeans. Simply follow the link below:
Joe Fleckenstein, past president of the Circle City Aquarium Club in Indianapolis, has been in the hobby seriously for about twenty-five years. He formerly maintained many species of fish in a basement fishroom consisting of over 130 aquariums. Joe has recently moved to a larger property and is currently working on constructing a separate building in order to expand and update his hobby. Joe has a B.S. degree in Biology/Zoology and an M.S degree in secondary education from Ball State University. He is employed as a high school science teacher.
Joe will give a program on how he turned his above ground pool into a pond housing tropical fish in the summer. The talk will include how he maintained his 13,000 gallon oasis in the backyard of his home in Indianapolis. He will discuss the types of plants and fish he has kept in the pool pond as well as many other aspects of this unusual spin-off of his “aquaristic” addiction.
Please Note – due to the continuing COVID-19 crisis, and travel restrictions within Marion County, this will be a “virtual” meeting. We will be using the BlueJeans app for this presentation. The meeting link is below.
We hope to resume a more normal meeting format in July with a very exciting speaker, as well as mini-auction. We will are also planning to hold a combined virtual-live format beginning in July.
Free and open to the public.
Meeting Time: Thursday, Month, Day 2020 at 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM