Ordering from Amazon isn't an option at this point, and everyone seems to be sold out — but the Norwalk Library is here to help.
All you'll need is a shoebox, scissors, tape, aluminum foil and paper.
"Thanks to quick thinking from staff, who are always eager to serve, a craft was found on the NASA site for you to make a pinhole camera to view the eclipse," the library said.
Click here for the instructions from NASA.
And remember — don't look directly at the eclipse.
Don't forget to join the eclipse viewing party on the front lawn at the Norwalk Main Library or the SoNo Branch Library on Monday from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Light refreshments will be provided courtesy of the library.
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