Aquarium events are all the rage, and the Reef-A-Palooza event sponsored by the Southern California Marine Aquarium Society (SCMAS) is one of the larger ones to takes place each and every year. Despite all of the vendors clamoring for booth space, the event organizers are still keeping the show true to the aquarium hobby by allowing hobbyists to purchase booths to sell their locally grown corals. The booths will be available for $125 per hobbyist, with a single table able to be shared among at least two hobbyists. The hobbyists can setup two separate 2-foot long frag tanks or a single 4-foot long aquarium to be shared amongst the aquarium keepers. Of course, the invitation by the club is aimed at non-commercial hobbyists who don’t have a website to sell their corals, but still need a public venue to unload some aquacultured pieces. To sign up, all the hobbyists have to do is complete a registration form and the final selection will be made in early October. Members of SCMAS will have a higher priority, and only 6 to 8 booths will be available.