Canon City is a city with an enormous following on social media.
But when the internet is your only source of news, how do you stay up to date on the latest and greatest?
We asked a group of people who live and work in the city for the top 10 things to do before, during and after the eclipse, to share what they were up to.1.
Make your own video to share on social networks.
There are plenty of great videos online to share with friends and family.
But if you’re not sure how to make a good one, ask around.
It’s easier than you think.
If you’re unsure how to share a video, ask your friends and/or family for advice.
This could be helpful if you want to reach a large audience.2.
Go to a bar.
Go at least a few hours after the first of the eclipse to make sure you’re safe, and to make friends.
This can make a big difference in your eclipse experience.3.
Visit a local zoo or aquarium.
Many local attractions will be open to the public during the eclipse.
You might even want to visit a local church during the event.4.
Check out the eclipse in person.
This is the best way to prepare yourself for the eclipse for the first time.
Some places have special eclipse viewing times.
Some eclipse viewing locations are located at popular hotels or on major highways.
Some eclipse events may also be open on-site.
Make sure to check with the eclipse site for details.5.
Make a movie or a video.
You can use your favorite video sharing app to capture a moment with your friends or family.6.
Many eclipse viewing areas are open to people in the sun, including those who have been outdoors.
Make the most of this opportunity to enjoy the eclipse with friends or families who are staying in their homes.7.
Check in with your favorite eclipse bloggers.
A great way to stay up-to-date on all the latest news and information about the eclipse is to subscribe to The Verge’s newsletter, The Verge Eclipse Digest.
This will give you the best opportunity to get the most eclipse coverage from the best eclipse bloggers around the world.8.
Read up on the eclipse and watch some videos.
The eclipse is a fascinating phenomenon that can be a bit overwhelming for a first time watcher.
Some experts recommend watching a variety of videos on YouTube.
These videos will show you how to prepare and view the eclipse from different angles.9.
Learn about eclipses before the event begins.
There’s plenty of information online to help you prepare and plan your eclipse viewing.10.
Check the eclipse schedule.
A lot of people plan to go to the eclipse sites during the time the eclipse happens.
If you can, consider scheduling an appointment with one of the local eclipse observers and have them sign your waiver for you.