Library hosting viewing party, distributing final eclipse glasses

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 22, 2017

She also thanked DJ Sean "Big Daddy" McKee for providing the event's soundtrack, the Ridgefield Police Department for helping with crowd control, and members of the National Charity League and various Boy and Girl Scout troops for volunteering their time.

"But I have never witnessed an eclipse like we will have next week". But when people streamed into the parking lot at 8:30 a.m., the glasses were already gone. "You can't take them off for any part of the eclipse".

Jamaicans are being urged not to look at the sun during the eclipse as this can cause damage to the retina.

Topeka police officers stood outside the entrance of the library periodically shouting, "They're gone, the glasses are gone".

For an event that wasn't planned out just two weeks ago, the library's eclipse watch party at Ballard Park Monday afternoon was wildly successful. Local libraries were the hot spots for many viewers. "But, as it turns out, we are running out".

Lipman will be one of the students and faculty on the Pentacrest today to answer questions about the event. "I feel bad that people have been turned away, but I'm glad that all of these glasses are going to use".

The eclipse will begin here at 11:30 a.m. Monday and reach its maximum at 12:57 p.m., ending about 2:27 p.m.

"On Monday we will start our program in here and I will talk more about safety", Farmer said. They are created to protect the wearer's eyesight during the first total eclipse visible in the continental United States in nearly 40 years. "We will just get to hang out as a community and watch the eclipse, weather permitting".

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