SOLAR ECLIPSE GLASSES UPDATE (8/17/2017):
A limited number of glasses will be distributed to event participants beginning at 2 P.M. Glasses will be handed out to participants as they are entering our outdoor activity area.
Due to the limited amount of glasses available, participants may be asked to share their solar eclipse glasses.
NOTE: RSVPing does not guarantee a pair of solar eclipes glasses
The event will be held on the back lawn beginning 2:00 pm until 3:00 pm. We will be welcoming attendees at no charge. Additionally, solar eclipse viewing glasses will be given to those participants who are planning to stay with us through the eclipse. As glasses supply is limited, we cannot promise that every guest will receive their own pair of glasses. Therefore, some guests may be asked to share. Guest speaker, David Paris, retired Engineer from The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), will make a brief presentation and answer questions during the event.
We will be offering refreshments, music, and fun activities for children. Additionally the library will be streaming a live video of the total solar eclipse via NASA’s website, NASA TV — Eclipse Across America inside the building.
Remember to ALWAYS have your solar eclipse glasses on when looking at the Sun. To read more information on Eclipse Safety, please visit this website:
This event is open to all ages, children must be accompanied by an adult.