Adults Teens,

DIY Eclipse Viewer

Saturday, June 5th • 3 pm

Prepare for the partial solar eclipse on the morning of June 10th!

Early risers in the Tri-State area on Thursday morning, June 10th, will – weather conditions permitting – be treated to the most unusual sunrise of their lives, for we will not see a yellow-orange circle of light, but an 80% solar eclipse which will transform the Sun into a fiery crescent!

Because it is never safe to look directly at the sun, we’ll make pinhole viewers out of cardboard tubes and tinfoil.  Protect your eyes and still see the crescent for yourself!

This program is for teens and adults.

Covid information: All participants must wear masks.  This event will be held outside unless there is rain, then it will be in the Community Room.

Limited to 12 viewers, please register to reserve your spot.


Eclipse image by Chris Reich from Pixabay