A real life astronaut suit in the Newberry Opera House.
T-shirts getting made with Ink Wells, live printing.
One of the unique Newberry designs.
Phil Fortune, of Georgia, with his granddaughter Mafra Kemper.
Madison, Cole and Brayden Hutchinson show off their rocket.
Lori Bradner, NASA educator, talks to local youths about the rockets they made.
Iralee O’Neil, of Newberry, with her rocket.
Lori Bradner inspects a rocket that will soon be space ready.
Youth and adults line up to make crafts at the Art Center.
Marquerite Palmer shows off a newly made spinner.
Getting ready to blast off a rocket.
Youths prepare their rockets.
NASA engineer Gabe Gabrielle (left) talks to visitors about rockets.
This little girl is about to blast her rocket to Mars.
The Destination Mars Map allow kids to explore Mars.
Jim and Kathy Booth, of Palm Coast, Fla., and Forrest and Marjolein Gauthier of Key Largo, Fla., decided to come to Newberry for the Eclipse after they drove through a few months back. They said Newberry was so cool and had wonderful people.
The NASA Solarium allowed visitors to see the sun, without damaging their eyes.
Bob Windheuser, technology specialist from Florida, leads the technology station.
Elvid Santiago and Jaseida Morales, of Newberry, arrive to the technology station.
Holden Jones from Baltimore, Md., uses his new virtual reality glasses. Jones ame to Newberry to visit his Uncle Marshall and experience the Eclipse.
This little boy prepares his rocket.
Chick-fil-A in Memorial Park.
Kathy Anderson and Emily Burgess, of Newberry, walking downtown for the EclipseFest.
Eclipse ornaments for sale Downtown.