The solar eclipse will peak in Chapel Hill between 3:05 and 3:20. We’re getting a partial eclipse (magnitude 79-ish%) but it’s still pretty great to watch.

Hargraves Community Center

Party until 5pm. They still have eclipse glasses!

Wilson Library

“Join us for this celestial event! We’ll be in front of Wilson Special Collections Library with a button maker, a print maker, eclipse glasses, and more!” Event website

Chapel Hill Public Library

They ran out of eclipse glasses (as of 4/8) but the front of the library is a great place to watch the eclipse.

Morehead Planetarium

They’re throwing a party (free) on their lawn and (paid) inside. The free stuff includes telescopes and sunspotters for solar observing. Event website

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