Here Are 5 Eclipse Parties in Iowa Perfect For Viewing The Big Event
It’s a once in a lifetime event that you won’t want to miss. Iowa isn’t in the path of totality, but we come very close….
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Over 7,000 public libraries across the country are hosting Great American Eclipse events. To find out if there’s one near you, visit the SpaceScience.org website.
Whether you choose to watch the partial eclipse from home, gather with friends and family, or travel to an area where the eclipse creates total darkness, eye safety is important. To learn more about how to stay safe while enjoying this amazing event, click here.
If you know of other public viewing events happening around Iowa, we’d love to know about them. Tell us about it in our comments section.
Rachel lives in eastern Iowa. She was born in Wisconsin, but only lived there for a few weeks before her parents realized how much better Iowa was and moved. She believes in serial commas, kindness, and good food.
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