FLAGLER COUNTY, Fla. – If you’re looking for an eclipse watching party, Tortugas Florida Kitchen and Bar is the place to be on Monday. Co-hosted by Flagler Broadcasting, eclipse glasses are available for attendees while supplies last.


Flagler Beach City Commissioner Scott Spradley will host a viewing for those interested, in Flagler Beach.

“If you are strolling around downtown Monday, and want to safely peak at the Eclipse, I plan to have my Telescope set up outside my office on South Central Avenue. I use the projection method, in which you actually look away from the Sun, not at it, as we did in 2017, see below. Maximum solar coverage is around 3 p.m. Stop by and visit! We will have cold water for you, and will also have our calendar on hand for you to make an appointment for a free consultation about updating your Will!”

Scott Spradley. Photo courtesy Scott Spradley.

NASA Offers safety tips for viewing Monday’s eclipse HERE. They will livestream the eclipse at this link on April 8 starting at 1 PM. LINK TO STREAM. 

ECLIPSE SAFETY. Photo courtesy of NASA.


How will your furry friends react? (Your pets…) People Magazine shares some advice for the big event. READ MORE.

Photo courtesy of People Magazine.

And thank you to Doug White for the tip on Eclipse snacks and deals. From free Cracker Barrel pancakes to deals on 10 topping pizzas, it’s a win-win this Monday. READ MORE AND MORE.

Krispy Kreme’s Total Solar Eclipse Donuts. PHOTO: KRISPY KREME
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