Addison County Solar Eclipse Info

As we all know by now, a total solar eclipse will occur on Monday, April 8th. The eclipse totality will last roughly 2 minutes in northern Addison County. Northern Vermont is anticipating thousands of visitors to the region, and it looks like the weather might just cooperate for viewing.

So, what do you need to know? Here’s a rundown of resources, information, and events happening in Addison County. offers information on events, viewing from state parks, things to see/do/eat within the eclipse’s path of totality in Vermont, and answers to frequently asked questions about the eclipse.

The Addison Independent has a list of eclipse events happening in Addison County. also offers a list of Addison County eclipse events.

Addison County Regional Planning Commission’s website offers resources for visitors & locals, municipal officials, and information on how to protect your eyes while viewing an eclipse.  

The Totally Amazing Eclipse Party in Middlebury, hosted by the Brandon & Middlebury Recreation Departments and Libraries, offers family friendly food, music, and events from 12-4 at the Middlebury Rec Park.

The State of Vermont has an eclipse page on their website where you can find safety information, events, travel info, weather updates, and more.

We hope you have the opportunity to enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime spectacle in the sky! Stay safe, leave extra time for travel, make sure your eclipse glasses are genuine, and most of all, have a wonderful time!