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Eclipse is on its Way!

The next eclipse is close at hand- just around the corner on October 14th. While it’s exciting to see the sun dip behind the moon, it’s never fully covered and this can still leave your eyes at risk if you look directly at the sun. Your eyes should be covered by approved solar eclipse glasses or viewers to protect your eyes from eclipse blindness which can cause permanent damage to your eyes. Even sunglasses, smoked glasses, unfiltered telescopes or magnifiers, and polarized filters still leave your eyes at risk.

Our office has just a few pairs left of these eclipse glasses so your family can safely enjoy this phenomenon. Stop by soon to get yours!