On August 21, 2017, people in Oregon will be the first to see the Total Eclipse of the Sun.
A Total Solar Eclipse is a very rare event and the path of totality is very narrow, only 60 miles wide. This total solar eclipse will cross the United States from Oregon to South Carolina. The last total solar eclipse to be viewable in the U.S. was 38 years ago, in 1971!

Left Coast Vineyard Eclipse Party is soldout, BUT WAIT! We are celebrating all weekend long!

Take the weekend to relax with peaceful views of the vineyards, enjoying a glass of our all estate wine. Our famous wood fired pizza's will be available, as well as our other delicious menu items.
Our tasting flight will consist of a special Eclipse menu and yard games will be available for family fun!  

Vineyard truck tours will be rolling all day. Learn about our viticulture practices, our sustainability efforts, where your favorite wine comes from & more.

Available on Saturday & Sunday, August 19th & 20th, for all to enjoy from 12-5pm. Truck tours will end at 4pm.

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For More Eclipse INformation

For more details regarding the Great American Eclipse in Oregon's Willamette Valley,
please visit: 

Travel Salem
City of Salem

You can also find important eclipse viewing safety information and astronomical details at National Eclipse

Lodging: Camping is still available at various places as the hotels are very close to sold out. Locations with camping include:

Polk County Fairgrounds 
City of Independence
City of Dallas
Oregon Electric Railway Museum