The Library graciously received a supply of 1,000 eclipse glasses from STAR_Net for Libraries, a production of the Space Science Institute's National Center for Interactive Learning. Due to high interest in the upcoming eclipse, we are currently out of glasses. However, we should have a small supply available by the weekend before the eclipse (Aug. 19). They will be available then while supplies last.
There are other safe ways to view the eclipse. Here are few helpful links:
"How to Safely View the Eclipse" (from The "All-American" Eclipse: A Guide for Public Libraries and Their Communities by Andrew Fraknoi and Dennis Schatz)
Visit the Library on Eclipse Day, August 21st, to watch live coverage of the total eclipse in the Conference Room!