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Total Eclipse with Second

Monday, April 8; 2-4:30 PM, North Parking Lot

Mark your calendars and reserve your spot to view one of the biggest celestial events this century, a total solar eclipse. This event is free and all are welcome! Bring your friends and your lawn chairs. Eclipse glasses will be provided for safe viewing. Available while supplies last.

When: Monday, April 8 from 2-4:30 PM. To avoid traffic buildup on Meridian Street, we ask you not to arrive before 2 PM.

Where: North parking lot of Second Presbyterian Church
7700 N. Meridian Street

Cost: FREE! Pre-registration is encouraged so we can track the amount of available parking spots. Donations are welcome and will benefit Northside Food Pantry

We need volunteers to greet vehicles as they arrive and manage traffic control and parking for the event. Click the button below for more information and to volunteer.


Frequently Asked Questions
 

Are your eclipse glasses safe?
Our eclipse glasses are ISO certified and include markings and safety instructions to ensure complete protection when used properly. For more information about these safety certifications and features, see here.

What time is the eclipse?
The total eclipse with begin at 3:06 PM and last for 3 minutes and 46 seconds. A partial eclipse will begin at 1:50 PM and end at 4:23 PM. 

What is a total solar eclipse?
A total solar eclipse happens when our orbiting moon passes between the earth and sun, blocking the sun's light and casting a shadow on the earth.

If I miss it, when will the next total solar eclipse happen?
The next total solar eclipse over the U.S. will not happen until 2044 (from select states).

How can I make a donation?
Click here to make a donation to Northside Food Pantry (select "Northside Food Pantry" from the Fund drop down menu.)

Can I bring outside food and drink?
Yes, food and non-alcoholic refreshments are allowed. We kindly ask that you be respectful of our parking lot, church, and staff and properly dispose of any trash.