Here are some eclipse-centric activities happening around town.

Northwest ISD Eclipse Watch

According to a district news release, Northwest ISD officials will provide students with the opportunity to witness the total solar eclipse shortly before it begins. The school district will provide more than 35,000 students and staff members with solar eclipse glasses that were donated by Northwest ISD Education Foundation and the Perot Museum. Prior to the day of the eclipse, students will learn more about the science of the eclipse in the classroom.Fort Worth

Fort Worth Aviation Museum Eclipse Craft Event

Make and take a pinhole camera to view the solar eclipse.
  • April 6, noon-2 p.m.
  • $5-$10 (admission to museum, craft included with admission)
  • Fort Worth Aviation Museum, 3300 Ross Ave., Fort Worth
Get Mooned at Truck Yard

Truck Yard is hosting a solar eclipse party featuring cosmic cocktails and other drinks that come with a free souvenir button, while supplies last. Live music performed by local musicians and food trucks will also be on-site. Free solar eclipse sunglasses will be available. Souvenir “I got mooned” T-shirts are available for preorder for $20-$26.Fort Worth Aviation Museum Solar Eclipse Watch Party

Bring a blanket and watch the eclipse from the museum. Eclipse viewing glasses will be on sale for $3 in the gift shop.BYOB Cowtown Cycle Solar Eclipse Viewing Party

Riders must be 21 or older. Solar eclipse viewing glasses are included with each ticket purchase.Solar Eclipse Viewing Party at Tanger Outlets

Participants attending this event will receive a complimentary pair of solar eclipse glasses and space-themed snacks, while supplies last. The event will feature outdoor games, themed music and prizes. Guests can also enjoy free taffy and cosmic candy displays from Rocket Fizz Soda Pop & Candy Shop.


Keller Library Eclipse Watching Event

The Keller Library will host a low-key watch party on the back patio. There will be eclipse viewing glasses to share, but none will be given away prior to or during the viewing.Keller ISD eclipse viewing for students

Keller ISD will provide students with ISO-certified eclipse viewing glasses and will spend the days leading up to April 8 learning about the eclipse.

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City of Southlake’s Celestial Extravaganza

The city of Southlake invites attendees to marvel at the wonders of the universe at a solar eclipse viewing party. This event will feature a live DJ, yard games, cosmic-themed painting for kids, interstellar cakewalk, space-inspired crafts, temporary tattoos and photo ops. Food trucks will be on-site. Customized solar eclipse glasses and solar eclipse enamel pins will be available while supplies last. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own seating.Editor's note: This article has been updated to include additional information.