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Fresno Aquarium

designed by Fresno’s own
world-renowned architect
Arthur Dyson, FAIA
is being built on our 10 acres along Hwy 99
overlooking the San Joaquin River

Fire Hydrant
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Fire Hydrant
Children Experience the Ocean
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Jun 6

June 4, 2014 Update

Here’s a fun interview by Chuck Leonard with our executive director Tom Lang on June 4, 2014, where Tom gives an update on our progress and explains how we are building the Fresno Aquarium with grassroots support from our donors – video courtesy http://CentralValleyTalk.com

Mar 2

400 Blocks Sold Milestone Reached at ApCal Event

Our 400th Block March 2, 2014 – At our recent ApCal Benefit for the Fresno Aquarium and Calendar of Events Launch Party, 100% of the entry fees brought us to 399 total concrete blocks sold and we needed just one more to hit 400. Our emcee, Meteorologist AJ Fox from KSEE24 news, worked the attendees to see if he could coax…

Dec 7

Fresno Art Hub Paint-Around Fundraiser 2013

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December 7, 2013 – Fresno Art Hub and A Sense of Place art galleries, located next door to one another on Van Ness Avenue just north of Fresno High School, hosted a unique event called a Paint-Around to raise funds for the Fresno Aquarium project and Valley Public Radio.

Jun 4

A Gift for Grads and Dads

June 4, 2013 – The Fresno Aquarium would like to suggest a gift idea for both grads and dads – a concrete block! We know it’s not as sexy as a new sports car or a night out on the town, but…

Dec 28

From the Ground Up

December 28, 2012 – Have you ever heard of a CMU? A Concrete Masonry Unit is a block that can be lifted by an individual and easily placed to become a part of a much larger wall of a building…