There are places to view the solar eclipse


Sky-gazers in the area are gearing up for the solar eclipse this Monday, and two local institutions are organizing events for the community to safely enjoy the celestial phenomenon.
The Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library on Radcliffe Street in Bristol Borough is set to host an event from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
It will also feature a live broadcast from NASA, capturing the eclipse from the point of totality.
In addition, the library announced a raffle to participants of the Total Eclipse event with the prize being a year-long Family Membership to the Franklin Institute.
The library asked attendees to bring their own eclipse glasses, as their supply has run out.
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The park’s naturalist will guide attendees through the event in a field setting, promising an unobstructed view of one of nature’s most fascinating spectacles.
For those unable to attend the events or who will be at work or home, the eclipse can be witnessed from any location with a clear view of the sky.


The community is invited to two local institutions’ events so they can safely witness this celestial phenomenon. Sky watchers in the area are getting ready for this Monday’s solar eclipse.

There will be a gathering at the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library in Bristol Borough on Radcliffe Street starting at 2:30 p.m. m. up until 4:30 p.m. m.

Activities and crafts will be available at the event. A live NASA broadcast, which captures the eclipse from the eclipse’s point of totality, will also be featured. It is encouraged of attendees to take on the role of citizen scientists by gathering data during the event with the Globe Observer App.

The Franklin Institute Family Membership for a year is the prize for a raffle that the library also announced for attendees of the Total Eclipse event.

Because their supply of eclipse glasses has run out, the library asked guests to bring their own.

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The Upper Makefield and Solebury townships’ Washington Crossing Historic Park is providing a viewing access.

With an unhindered view of one of nature’s most captivating spectacles, the park’s naturalist will lead visitors through the event in a field setting.

Those who registered ahead of time will receive eye protection.

Wearing supportive footwear and dressing for the weather are recommended for participants.

Although the event is currently full, interested parties can be added to a waiting list by emailing mtruesdale@pa . gov.

Anyone with a clear view of the sky can observe the eclipse from any location if they are unable to attend the events or will be at work or home. Monday afternoon is expected to be partly sunny.

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