We are getting closer to one of the once-in-a-lifetime opportunities that bring people together. The total solar eclipse will be an event that everyone will be paying attention to on Monday, April 8, as a shadow of the moon is cast over Earth.

Specifically in Ohio, Cleveland will be buzzing as the total solar eclipse will pass right through the city. It’s expected to partially begin at 1:59 PM, with the totality beginning at 3:13 PM and the maximum eclipse at 3:15 PM. The totality will end at around 3:17 PM and it will partially end at 4:29 PM. So, from the moment it begins to the moment it ends you’ve got about two hours and 29 minutes to enjoy the total solar eclipse for all it has to offer.

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But to be able to watch the solar eclipse without Seriously damaging your eyes, you need to get some solar eclipse glasses. The last thing you want to do is just straight up look at any clips and damage your eyesight permanently. Luckily we have got you covered with links below.

Where To Buy Solar Eclipse Glasses In Ohio

You can always look around your local area for people selling glasses, just make sure that they're approved. But the links below will give you the option to get some for your family or a bunch of your friends. All the following links are glasses that are CE and ISO certified, so they are safe to wear while you are watching this once-in-a-lifetime event.

These Ohio Schools Are Closed Apr. 8th For Total Solar Eclipse

Tons of schools will not be operating, and some in a minimal fashion. Here are the Ohio school districts that plan on being closed completely on April 8th.

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