Where can I view the 2024 solar eclipse in the Lower Hudson Valley and New York?

I prepared your glasses and studied the solar eclipse Monday April 8? All you need now is somewhere to look.

Here’s where you can do it in the Lower Hudson Valley.

The Westchester Parks Conservation Division is hosting five viewing events at local parks from 2-4 p.m. on April 8.

Events will take place at locations in North White Plains, Rye, Katonah, Yonkers and Cross River.

The Parks Department said each site will provide solar eclipse viewing glasses for participants. Attendance and parking are free.

Rockland is hosting an eclipse event at Haverstraw Bay Park between 2:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. on April 8.

Solar eclipse viewing glasses will be provided to participants.

Where can I view the eclipse in the rest of the Hudson Valley?

New York State Parks also have scheduled tours. In the Hudson Valley, Bear Mountain State Park, Minnewaska State Park, and Rockefeller State Park Preserve are on the border. extended list of New York State Parks hosting eclipse events on April 8.

You can watch the eclipse in New York (and get a cookie.)

Rockefeller Center is hosting an event on April 8. Admission is compulsory.

Are you going to see the solar eclipse on Monday, April 8 in the Hudson Valley? Even though the region is not in a totality zone, those not in that path will see at least 88% coverage, according to Gov. Kathy Hochul’s office.

Here’s what you need to know.

The Warby Parker store in Westchester is offering free eclipse glasses starting April 1. You can also get limited edition I Love NY eclipse glasses at Thruway rest areas and other specific locations throughout the state, while supplies last.

This article originally appeared in the Rockland/Westchester Journal News: Where can I watch the solar eclipse in Westchester, Rockland, New York

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