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Total Eclipse of the Sun

99 Years in the Making!

Did you know the last time a total eclipse crossed the United States from coast to coast was 99 years ago? Join us August 20th from 1-4pm to celebrate this extraordinary celestial event.

Learn what causes an eclipse and why they are so rare as you enjoy one-of-a-kind solar activities. Harness the power of the sun by trying your hand at wood burning art or stop by the galaxy station to create your very own solar system mobile. WE APOLOGIZE, BUT WE DO NOT HAVE ANY MORE SOLAR GLASSES TO DISTRIBUTE.

Looking for more solar eclipse fun? Check out the Johnson City Library's Viewing Party Monday from 11:30am-2:30pm.

Mark your calendar for one of nature's most awe-inspiring events! This event and solar glasses are free with admission.

Earlier Event: August 19
Tortoise Feeding
Later Event: September 4
Open 10am-4pm on Labor Day