**FREE Presentation 'New and Rare Aquarium Plants' by Christal Kasselmann** - Presented by GSAS.org
The Greater Seattle Aquarium Society (GSAS) is pleased and honored to sponsor a free lecture on Aquarium Plants by the renowned German plant explorer and author Christal Kasselmann. Christel Kasselmann is an internationally recognized expert on aquarium plants. She has been on 45 expeditions over the past 30 years, published over 400 articles, and for 30 years was the editor and chairwoman of Aqua Planta magazine. Over here in the US, the translation of her book Aquarium Plants still remains the reference "bible" for serious aquarium plant keepers.
Christel's presentation will take you on a journey around the world, showing you interesting and unusual aquarium plants at their natural habitats (ecology), and discussing water chemistry and the cultivation of these aquarium plants in tanks.
This special meeting will be on Saturday, September 15th. The doors will open at 7:00 PM; the meeting starts at 7:30. We have booked a larger hall for this meeting; Demaray Hall Room 150, which is also on the Seattle Pacific University (SPU) campus. Take a look at the handy map on GSAS.org for the meeting location. Doors will open around 7:00PM; the meeting will start at about 7:30PM
The lecture will be followed by a short auction
Open to the public, no entrance fee*
*However, due to limited seating and an expected very large turnout, please RSVP to seattle dot aquarist at gmail.com if you are not a GSAS.org member and would like to attend.
Family friendly but no childcare provided
Free parking, accessible building
No furry or feathered pets
Go to GSAS.ORG for more information and directions