If you can’t be like Kam Wyatt, who moved to Depoe Bay, Ore., 15 years ago to be in the the path of Monday’s solar eclipse, then here are some local locations where there will be public viewing parties, courtesy of the Valley Calendar.
- VINS in Quechee (1:30-3p.m.)
- Quechee Library (1:30-3 p.m.)
- The Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich (12-4 p.m.)
- Fiske Free Library in Claremont (starting at 1 p.m.)
- Richards Free Library in Newport (starting at 1 p.m.)
Added to this list on Monday:
- Morrill Memorial Library in Strafford (starting at 1:30)
- Dartmouth Green in Hanover (starting at 1:15)
As a reminder:
- You can preview the eclipse’s path in the Upper Valley by entering in your zip code
- Here’s what the eclipse is, where it’s at, how to watch it and how to record it
- Bonnie Tyler is gonna sing ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’ during the actual eclipse
- Don’t wreck your retinas
Plus, some new stuff I learned recently, about maintaining the safety of your dogs …
… and cameras.
Have fun, y’all!