The 2017 total solar eclipse sweeps the nation on August 21, and NASA has labeled Oregon the best place for viewing.
With ODOT estimating one million people flocking to Oregon for the event, many small towns in the path of totality have stepped up to the plate. Hundreds of festivals, campgrounds and museums will host eclipse enthusiasts on this historic weekend, offering everything from live music to yoga to educational talks.
The Source Weekly has compiled a list of eclipse events in the area. If there is an event not listed, please add it to the document. Without further ado, here is your 2017 eclipse events list.