3 local events to get you in the #wyoclipse spirit
Coverage of the August 2017 solar eclipse and related events is brought to you by Shoshone Rose Casino and Hotel.
The clock keeps counting down to The Great American #wyoclipse.
Most people will have to do some serious traveling to be in the path of totality on August 21st. Here in Fremont County, many of us just have to walk outside and look up (don’t forget your snazzy protective eyewear!). When it’s that easy, it might be hard to comprehend tourists coming from all over the world, since, you know – it’s in our backyard.
So if you need to get in the #wyoclipse spirit here are 3 events coming up in the next few days.
Now through August, 26th
“…and then there was darkness: Great American Eclipse” is the Lander Art Center’s special Eclipse Arts and Science exhibition. It’s free and open to the public, Tuesday – Thursday 10am -6pm and Friday – Saturday 10am – 4pm. Best part? If you like something, you can take it some since all works will be available for sale. 224 Main in Lander. 307-332-5772. landerartcenter.com
Friday, July 21st
The LVHS Astronomy Club will continue with their student presentations at 8:30pm in the LVHS auditorium. Presenters will be siblings Jalynne and Kameron Brough. Topics to include lunar and solar eclipses, as well as what can be viewed in the night sky. Telescope viewing to follow (weather permitting)
Tuesday, July 25th
CWC – Lander will continue their Great American Eclipse series with Eyes on the Sky: What is a telescope and how does it work? Galileo and Newton to the Next Generation Space Telescope, they allow us to look beyond our world and learn about the universe. Presentation is from 6 – 7pm and is free and open to the public, however space is limited so call to reserve your spot: 307-332-3394.
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