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Sioux City Public Museum hosts eclipse watch party

SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) — Cloudy skies didn’t keep people from gathering at the Sioux City Public Museum to view the partial solar eclipse.

The watch party had people bringing their lawn chairs, blankets, and lunch hoping to see the special event happen. There were free safety glasses handed out to help people protect their eyes.

“The last eclipse was in 2017,” Curator of Education Theresa Weaver said, “and we had an event here at the time as well, where we shared glasses with the community and just watched out here from our museum plaza.”

The eclipse could only be seen in some parts of Siouxland due to the cloud coverage in the area.



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