If you have a chance, I hope you can catch the eclipse coming on Monday, August 21, 2017. It’s visible over much of North America with a swath of totality cutting diagonally across the continent.
Don’t forget your Eclipse glasses to protect your eyes! You can also create pinhole viewers with paper, foil, and a cereal box – or just card-stock, like file folders.
How to Make a Pinhole Projector to View the Solar Eclipse, and other links — NASA
Some more information from NASA.
TimeAndDate.com page to search for eclipse time in your location.
Be safe while viewing the event! Sun spots belong on the Sun, not burnt into your retina!