On Monday, August 21, 2017, the United States will witness its first total eclipse since June 8, 1918.
The path of totality will begin in Oregon and end in South Carolina. Kansas is in the path. The eastern most corner of the state will experience at least two minutes of total darkness - in the middle of the day.
Below we've compiled a list of where you can watch and how long you'll be able to experience this once in a lifetime event.
Benedictine College – The Great American Eclipse
Amelia Earhart Airport – Eclipse Aire Fest
Mount St. Scholastica Sisters – “The Cosmos Within” Retreat
Time: 2 minutes and 19 seconds
Fisher Community Center, 201 E Iowa Street
Time: 2 minutes and 34 seconds
Time: 2 minutes and 12 seconds
Leavenworth Convention & Visitors Bureau
Time: 1 ½ minutes
7th Street Corridor/City Park
Lakeview Sports Complex:
Time: 1 minute and 11 seconds
Doniphan County Courthouse Square in downtown Troy
Doniphan County/ 4-H Fairgrounds- Food will be sold at the concessions by the 4-H club.
Troy Baseball Fields- Food will be sold at the concessions by the Troy Football Team.
Casey Rush Property, Right off of Highway 7 and 4 Miles outside of downtown Troy.
Time: 2 minutes and 38 seconds
Exploration Place- viewing party offering viewing glasses.