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Bay Port-Bluepoint Public LibraryAbout 220 people attended this event, where BPBL repurposed their storywalk in the Blue Point Nature Preserve to feature solar eclipse facts and trivia - very cool! There were also activities and crafts that were displayed in the library afterwards.
Brentwood Public LibraryWhat a crowd!!
Comsewogue Public Library
East Hampton Library
|a picture of the eclipse taken through a pair of eclipse glasses!|
Harborfields Public Library
Hauppauge Public Library
John Jermain Memorial LibraryAlmost TWO THOUSAND PEOPLE visited during their eclipse festivities!
|picture of the day?|
Lindenhurst Memorial Library
Longwood Public LibraryOver 150 people attended Longwood's festivities! They had a local earth science teacher present on the science of the celestial event and two scout leaders helping Boy Scouts and Venturers earn BSA "Solar Eclipse 2017" badges.
Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community LibraryMastics-Moriches-Shirley had their eclipse event on FIRE ISLAND!! Let's pause and empathize with each other in our moment of communal jealousy.
Middle Country Public Library
Westhampton Free Library120 patrons turned out for Westhampton's Eclipse program, which featured a live stream of NASA as well as a lecture from science teacher Bob Mozer, who also tested out an experiment for NASA during the eclipse! There were also space crafts, a photo booth, and featured snacks Sun Chips and Moon Pies (YES!!).
|the library staff (librarynauts? can we do that?) who ran the event!|