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Fri, Apr 05


Holyfield Place

Everyone Under the Sun Solar Eclipse Totality Party

Join us in downtown Morrilton for a totality party Friday to Monday, April 5-8! The free event features food trucks, artisan vendors, entertainment, and kid-friendly science activities.

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Everyone Under the Sun Solar Eclipse Totality Party
Everyone Under the Sun Solar Eclipse Totality Party

Time & Location

Apr 05, 2024, 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Holyfield Place, 120 N Moose St, Morrilton, AR 72110, USA

About the Event

The much-anticipated total solar eclipse on April 8 is quickly approaching, and Conway County has big plans for its community festival, inviting Everyone Under the Sun to join in the festivities. Morrilton will experience an estimated 4 minutes and 12 seconds of darkness during totality, providing a rare opportunity for all to witness an unforgettable celestial event.

The Everyone Under the Sun Solar Eclipse Totality Party, Main Street Morrilton’s downtown festival, will serve as a gathering space for locals and visitors April 5 to April 7 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and April 8 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Events will primarily take place at Wayland Holyfield Place at the intersection of Moose and Commerce streets. The event will feature food trucks, artisan vendors, science activities, entertainment, and more.

To aid community planners and help eclipse visitors have a great experience, the local eclipse planning committee is actively seeking volunteers, vendors, and food trucks. Participation is entirely free, and vendors and volunteers are encouraged to select the days and time slots that suit their availability at

Those with questions regarding this event can email or call/text Courtney Martin at 501-208-7514.

Main Street Morrilton is dedicated to promoting downtown Morrilton as the hub of community life, instilling a spirit of community through various events, and promoting historical awareness, preservation, and economic vitality.

This work was made possible by the Simons Foundation and is part of its ‘In the Path of Totality’ initiative. For more information, visit

The Simons Foundation’s Science, Society and Culture division seeks to provide opportunities for people to forge a connection to science — whether for the first time or a lifetime. Through its initiatives, they work to inspire a feeling of awe and wonder, foster connections between people and science, and support environments that provide a sense of belonging. The Simons Foundation’s mission is to advance the frontiers of research in mathematics and the basic sciences. Since its founding in 1994 by Jim and Marilyn Simons, the foundation has been a champion of basic science through grant funding, support for research and public engagement. The foundation believes in asking big questions and providing sustained support to researchers working to unravel the mysteries of the universe. Through its work, the Simons Foundation makes space for scientific discovery.

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