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Events around Harnisch Farms
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Saturday 10:00am (26 August)
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Ankeny National Wildlife Refuge Open House!
Saturday 11:00am (23 September)
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Albany Business Extravaganza
Wednesday 1:00pm (20 September)
Linn County Fair & Expo, Albany
Solar Eclipse Viewing Party
When?Start time: Monday 9:00am (21 August)
End time: Monday 12:00pm (21 August)
On Aug. 21, 2017, skywatchers will be treated to a rare and spectacular celestial show — the first total solar eclipse visible from the continental United States in nearly four decades!!!
The event location, Harnisch Farms is right in the path of totality which means you will have the best possible view of this rare event!!
LIMITED CAMPING AVAILABLE - CONTACT: HANNAHLARAE11@GMAIL.COM
Day Pass Includes: One pair of eclipse viewing glasses, entry to event & access to all activities including a free morning yoga class!!
Event is FREE for children under 5
What to bring: Blanket or lawnchair, cash for food/drink vendors.
Stoopid Burger – Voted Portland’s BEST Burger 2016 by the Oregonian.
Intentional Espresso – Serving up quality hand crafted beverages! The eclipse is early we will all need COFFEE!
Beer and wine will be available for 21+
This is a family friendly event. There will be games, activites/vendors for entertainment, music & a campfire area!
More info on the solar eclipse:
**People in Portland/Bend will NOT be able to see the full eclipse. You must be within the borders shown on the map to see the eclipse. The closer to the center line the better!
Most of Earth is covered by water, so a total solar eclipse that occurs over populated areas is quite special. The August 2017 event will be the first one whose totality path lies completely within the United States since 1776, experts have said.
"A total solar eclipse, is widely regarded as probably one of the most breathtaking, amazing phenomena that you can observe from this planet Earth with your own eyes," "With unaided eyes, you can actually see the outer atmosphere of the sun."
Map courtesy of: https://www.greatamericaneclipse.com