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News Maker Megan Goin on SRSP activities

Virginia is gearing up for the April 8 partial eclipse of the sun.

We spoke with Chief Ranger of Visitor’s Experience Megan Goin at the Raymond R. Andy Guest Shenandoah River State Park (SRSP) in our latest news maker.

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Megan tells us that their eclipse activities begin around 2 at the state park off of Route 340 South in Warren County.

She also tells us that there is a new festival coming the following Saturday April 13 to celebrate the Virginia’s Bluebell.

Megan also tells us that the state park has some of the eclipse watching glasses and a telescope equipped with a filter to view the eclipse safely.

Speaking of viewing the eclipse safely be sure to read the instructions on your eclipse glasses.

Some of the eclipse glasses are not meant to be worn for an extended period of time.

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