You will remember where you were
on August 21, 2017 for years to come.
Let's make it a truly memorable experience.

The Harpeth Hall School campus is the place to bring your family for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, when the moon will pass between the earth and sun creating a total eclipse… of the Hall.

DATE: Monday, August 21, 2017
TIME: 11:00am to 2:00pm, food truck will provide lunch options, or you can pack your own picnic!
PLACE: Harpeth Hall, 3801 Hobbs Road, Nashville, TN 37215, 615.297.9543
REGISTER: This is a FREE EVENT, but you MUST REGISTER so that we have protective eye wear for every person who attends. This is very important. Looking at the sun during a solar eclipse with the naked eye can be very harmful.

Harpeth Hall’s Center for STEM Education for Girls has planned fun STEM table activities around our track with local organizations and our own Harpeth Hall students providing hands-on, minds-on activities for the whole family related to the earth, moon, and sun. Through a partnership with Vanderbilt University’s School of Engineering, Department of Physics and Astronomy, and with NASA, there will be a live feed provided from a balloon camera at the edge of our atmosphere, so our event will go on rain or shine!

An astronomy expert will provide commentary as the eclipse progresses about amazing phenomena that can only be seen during this rare event. In the critical minutes, just before and during the eclipse itself, we will all stop (at approximately 1:27 p.m.) and focus on this unique event.

Don’t miss this extraordinary experience! REGISTER BELOW!

Questions? Please contact Dr. Stacy Klein-Gardner, stem@harpethhall.org,
Director of the Center for STEM Education for Girls at the Harpeth Hall School.


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