To learn about the eclipse events to come, Real County is collaborating with our two libraries, two school districts, and some global internet resources.
Camp Wood Public Library www.campwoodlibrary.org
Leakey Library www.leakeylibrary.org
Summer Reading Program
August 15 6-8 pm : Educational and informational presentation on The Eclipses, what to expect and how to prepare. Presented by KIRB and the Leakey Library.
Solar Eclipse Activities for Libraries (SEAL)
The mission of the Hill Country Alliance is to bring together a diverse coalition of partners to preserve the open spaces, starry night skies, clean and abundant waters, and unique character of the Texas Hill Country. HCA has a great Eclipse portal. For more information, go to www.hillcountryallicance.org/eclipse
Check out these eclipse links from NASA:
See times, weather probabilities, and other information on the eclipse for different places:
The mission of KIRB is to keep Real County beautiful, Day and night.
Click on www.keepitrealbeautiful.org to explore the many initiatives of the organization. KIRB is the lead organization in Real County for Eclipse Planning.
More information is needed.
The next eclipse preparedness meeting is
Thursday, February 22nd, 6pm,
at the Real County Library, Leakey, TX.