Six Nations marks 2024 solar eclipse

Six Nations Fire Fighters put on approved eclipse glasses to promote safety during Monday’s solar eclipse. (Photo by Jim C. Powless)

Getting an Eclipse tan during… solar eclipse 2024 By Lisa Iesse Writer Heavy clouds turned out to be just a tease when stargazers chasing the sun and the moon were treated to a totally “awesome” total solar eclipse in Six Nations. On April 8, NASA reported the total solar eclipse began in Mexico and was moving eastwards, making its way across the continent. Stargazers came to witness the celestial event wore funky solar viewing glasses, looked through cameras, pin-hole cameras, iphones, and telescopes. At Six Nations Parks and Recreation center, eager stargazers set up lawn chairs at the event organized by Cindy Martin, Traditional Wellness co-ordinator at Six Nations, and Feather Maracle, CEO of Six Nations library services. They handed out eclipse glasses, and booklets about the solar eclipse while…

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