Join science teacher, Kurtz Miller, to learn what to expect during the August 21st celestial phenomenon and how you can safely view the Great American Total Solar Eclipse, which will darken the sky in a 70 mile wide path from Oregon to South Carolina. Although we in Ohio will only experience a partial solar eclipse, the sky should still thrill and precautions for safe viewing will need to be taken. The Library will hand out eclipse glasses at the presentation and also at the Oakwood Farmers' Market the same morning.
Glasses are in limited supply and will be handed out one per person. Alternative viewing devices can be made with common materials. Check out these ideas -