Entries by Kathryn Brackenridge

Top 5 Places to View the Eclipse in the US

Great article and insights in the Detroit Free Press – our neighbor Wyoming friends in Casper often take the title of being the top places to view – coming in just behind tiny Madras, OR. “After you see your first total solar eclipse, a common reaction is that a person is smitten, and they want […]

Teton Eclipse News Volume 1

Hot off the press from our May 24, 2017 event – you can read all about it – here and in the PDF version ideal for downloading Eclipse Newspaper for May 24 Community Event and printing for you or your employees to study up and know what’s happening and where to go.    

Teton Eclipse Community Event – A Closer Look

With the Teton Eclipse Total Community Event at the Jackson Hole Center For the Arts two days from today- this Wednesday, May 24 (remember 2 events – one in the afternoon and one in the evening), here’s a quick update from the Town of Jackson and Teton County Eclipse planning corner.   DETAILS: DATE | […]

70-Day Special Event Rule Adopted by BCC for Eclipse

Teton Board of County Commissioners  has approved the 70- Day Rule for the time period surrounding the eclipse for County special events permits.  The standard policy for County special events is that they must be received at least 15 days prior to the event.  This rule will require that special events permits must be submitted […]

Path of Totality Jackson, Wyoming Total Solar Eclipse

Since there hasn’t been a Total Solar Eclipse in the United States in 38 years, let alone one of the magnitude the 2017 Great American Eclipse presents,  experience and understanding of the science and terms can be somewhat confusing to the everyday citizen. Sure, maybe umbraphiles know what terms like the ‘totality’ and ‘centerline’ mean, […]


NOTICE FOR SPECIAL EVENT APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE: Special Event Applications for Total Solar Eclipse special event requests within the Town of Jackson are due by Tuesday, May 23, 2017 The Jackson Town Council moved to temporarily limit special event permit consideration to special event applications that are directly related to the viewing […]