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Everett Public Libraries Invite Citizens to Celebrate the Eclipse

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The Everett Public Libraries are thrilled to invite citizens of the community to a Solar Eclipse Viewing Party! Join us on Monday, April 8th from 3pm to 4pm outside in the Parlin Memorial Library Courtyard to witness the awe-inspiring phenomenon of a solar eclipse in the company of fellow curious minds.


While Everett is not in the zone of totality, we will be experiencing up to 92% obscuration, which is a sight that is sure to delight! Attendees will have the opportunity to observe the eclipse safely through a specially equipped telescope and viewing glasses provided by the library. Please note that eclipse viewing glasses will only be available for distribution to attendees at the event itself. The library will not be providing glasses to individuals before the eclipse. This ensures that those who join us on April 8th will have the opportunity to safely observe the eclipse firsthand.


In addition to the main viewing area, the Parlin Memorial Library will feature engaging activities and educational displays suitable for all ages. From interactive exhibits to hands-on demonstrations, there will be something for everyone to enjoy while awaiting the celestial spectacle.


“This solar eclipse offers a rare opportunity for our community to come together and marvel at the wonders of the universe,” said Victoria Strand, the library’s Head of Circulation and an organizer of the event. “We are excited to provide a safe and educational environment for families, friends, and individuals to experience this extraordinary event.”


Attendance is free and open to the public, making it the perfect outing for families, students, and astronomy enthusiasts alike. Be sure to mark your calendars and join us for an unforgettable celestial experience at the Parlin Memorial Library!

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