The first Total Solar Eclipse to visit the U.S. in 38 years will occur on Monday, August 21, 2017, and Jackson Hole could offer one of the best places in the nation to view it. Samuel Singer, Executive Director of Wyoming Stargazing, will explore this spectacular astronomical event through history and science. Rich Ochs from Teton County Emergency Management will discuss our public safety planning efforts, issues the community may face, and simple steps locals can take to best prepare for this once in a lifetime event and the surge in visitors coming to our area for viewing. This program is offered in collaboration with Wyoming Stargazing, Teton County Emergency Management, and Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation. Location: Ordway Auditorium. Free. Leah, firstname.lastname@example.org, 307-733-2164 x229.