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A Page for Every Community!

Eclipse information for every city and town in the path!


If your town is in the eclipse path, here is a place for you to advertise your plans FREE!

Many communities and organizations have recognized the importance of the 2017 eclipse, and are actively making preparations to host thousands of local, national, and international guests! Because there are so many communities in the path of totality, we are splitting them up by state.


If you are part of a community which is sponsoring an eclipse event, here is your chance at free advertising on eclipse2017.org!
If we left your town out, please let us know so we can add it!
If you'd like to add information to your page, let us know via our webform or e-mail!

(If you can send us HTML that can simply be dropped in, that will make the process MUCH faster - thanks!)

We've collected lots of great information for you on a page specially made for Community Eclipse Organizers - please be sure to check it out! Then, find your community's page using the state links below, to give you an idea of what your page looks like.
Anything you like can be placed on your page; the intent is to drive traffic into the path of totality... to YOUR town!!

(Please note that if you have a commercial venture you'd like to advertise, we will have an advertising section up on the site very soon!)



Note that if your state isn't listed, it's because no communities in it are in the path of totality!

(Though please see our blog post about totality in Montana and Iowa!)

GEORGIA

IDAHO

ILLINOIS

KANSAS

KENTUCKY

MISSOURI

NEBRASKA

NORTH CAROLINA

OREGON

SOUTH CAROLINA

TENNESSEE

WYOMING



...and make sure to have plenty of eclipse glasses on hand, to safely watch the partial phases of the eclipse!

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