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Experience eclipses the hype of the total solar eclipse of 2024

Above clockwise) Michiganders Don and Anne Fairchild at Motter Park, Ten Thousand Villages guest list, 1861 Wine Lounge sky gazers.

What was your eclipse viewing experience? Send up to 50 words and a photograph or two to [email protected] or tag @blufftonicon on Facebook. Deadline Thursday, April 11.

By Paula Pyzik Scott

As I write this, it’s just a few hours after the total solar eclipse on Monday, April 8, 2024. Given traffic jam horror stories from similar events, I decided early on to stay put in Bluffton. But it began to dawn on me on Sunday that perhaps being in the path of totality was not going to double the population of our little town–a possibility for which emergency services were prepared.


News menu update, Spring 2024

"Honey, where did you put....?" Did you notice that the Icon has done a little reorganizing?


Viewing of 50 Years of Fashion, an Et Cetera Inc. celebration

50 Years of Fashion album by photographer Amy Mortimer HERE.

By Paula Pyzik Scott

Cindy Luginbill, emcee of the May 10 Et Cetera Inc. event 50 Years of Fashion, compared the preparation for the 50th anniversary celebration to organizing a wedding. Shall I compare the fashion show to summer’s (wedding) day? With apologies to Shakespeare, I shall.


PUZZLE February 2024 Icon news crossword


Did you stay on top of what's news in Bluffton during the month of February?