On August 21, 2017, we will celebrate the first solar eclipse in 26 years. The Library will host programming leading up to the event. On the day of the eclipse, we'll hand out viewing glasses so that you can safely view the eclipse.
Saturday, June 3, 2-5 pm
During our Maker Pfest event, we'll have a virtual reality station with our Viewmaster VR viewers. Use the viewers to get a glimpse of planets, constellations and spacecraft.
Thursday, July 13, 10 am and 11 am
Ms. Amanda will read solar-themed books, and children can complete a fun craft, too.
Friday, August 11, 11 am - 2 pm
Reach the Stars will visit the library with an indoor planetarium. All ages are welcome to attend.
Monday, August 21, 11 - 2 pm
We have fun activities scheduled and plenty of free glasses for everyone. View the eclipse (weather permitting), work on a craft, then finish the afternoon with a screening of Wall-E (Rated G, ©Walt Disney Pictures).