Total Eclipse of the Park

Join us for Total Eclipse of the Park, an exciting, free way to experience the Great American Eclipse!

Join us at Hall Park, home to Frisco’s new Kaleidoscope Park, officially opening Summer 2024. As you explore the area, enjoy entertainment and hands-on science activities about the eclipse presented by host Sci-Tech Discovery Center along with the Frisco Public Library, Eckert College, and more. And don’t forget the main event- the Eclipse! Grab a pair of safe viewing glasses or stop by a telescope to experience the last total solar eclipse in the contiguous United States for 20 years.

Learn more about the eclipse at https://science.nasa.gov/eclipses/future-eclipses/eclipse-2024/

Join Sci-Tech Discovery Center in spreading STEM learning this spring! As part of Total Eclipse of the Park, Sci-Tech will collaborate with five local, youth-serving organizations to provide eclipse event/program kits. Along with eclipse themed activity materials, the kits will also include lesson plans, posters of diverse STEM professionals in astronomy and aerospace careers, eclipse viewing glasses, and more! Selected organizations will also receive FREE training around leading informal STEM events and teaching activities.

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Community Partners

Sci-Tech and Kaleidoscope Park would like to thank all of our community partners collaborating on this event through volunteers and education support:

BGE • Frisco Public Library • Eckerd College • Atomic Hands

Sponsors

A big THANK YOU to the businesses and foundations that helped make this event FREE to the public!

This work is supported by the Simons Foundation and is part of its ‘In the Path of Totality’ initiative. For more information, visit www.inthepathoftotality.org.

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