A solar eclipse will occur on Aug. 21, 2017, with much of Nebraska being in the path of the total eclipse. This naturally occurring phenomenon occurs only once in a lifetime,so you don’t want to miss it. Members of the Omaha Astronomy Club will join SCC learners across the service area, using distance technology, and help you understand how the solar system works, what is happening during the eclipse and what you can expect to see. You also will learn about safety precautions to follow when viewing the eclipse.
Monday, Aug. 14, 2017
- Beatrice, NE: SCC Beatrice Campus, Jackson Hall, Room 318, 4771 W. Scott Road
- Falls City, NE: Learning Center at Falls City, 116 W. 19th St.
- Hebron, NE: Learning Center at Hebron, Room 101, 610 Jefferson Ave.
- Nebraska City, NE: Learning Center at Nebraska City, Room 102, 819 Central Ave.
- Plattsmouth, NE: Learning Center at Plattsmouth, Room 103, 537 Main St.
- Wahoo, NE: Wahoo Public Library, Room A, 637 N. Maple St.
Individuals: $10 per person
Families (up to 5 people): $19 per family
Course Number: NURS-3151-CESA
Registration Deadline: Aug. 7
More information on how to register.
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