On April 8, the moon will begin to cover the sun around 3:18 p.m. in Buffalo, N.Y., hitting totality at 3:20 p.m. To get a front row seat, head to where NASA scientists will be hosting science talks and ticket holders can board the boat, or tour the during the eclipse. Outside the city, the is hosting a viewing party amid the cattail marshes and grasslands.

Inside the city, Buffalo’s minor league baseball team are teaming up with NASA for a viewing party at Sahlen Field. The free event will feature space experts from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center and Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory and the center field billboard will feature a live feed of NASA programming. The scientists at Buffalo State’s are throwing a party of their own with food trucks, entertainment, and experts on hand to answer all eclipse-themed questions.

is heading to the Hamburg Fairgrounds for a party filled with family-friendly activities and food trucks. The will host a lecture on Burchfield’s sun, moon, and stars-focused art as well as unveiling a scavenger hunt throughout the park. is also throwing a party including animal meet-and-greets, wide-open viewing spaces, and a lecture on animal behaviors during the eclipse. For something less kid-oriented, . is releasing a limited-edition beer and hosting an Eclipse Bash.