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Thursday April 4
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Niagara Falls History Museum 5810 Ferry Street, Niagara Falls
1.5km from the Falls (0.9mi)

*Every ticket includes one pair of Eclipse Glasses.

The sheer magnitude of a Total Eclipse drove ancient cultures to the brink of panic. On average for any one spot on the Earth, total eclipses happen only once in 400 years. In April, this will happen in our own backyard. Join the Niagara Falls History Museum and Dr. Pihack for an evening of information explaining how best to watch this event, and safety so.

Adult event, but appropriate for ages 7 & up

$8 | $5 for members

Pre-Registration Required: Visit our website to purchase tickets

About the Presenter Dr. Pihack has been presenting lectures for over two decades on Astronomy, Geology and Paleontology. A former National representative to the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, and recipient of the Award of Merit Medal. In 2021 during a conference in France, of the International Association of Astronomers, a newly discovered asteroid was named in his honour.