According to Mr. Frank, the eclipse will begin at about 4:39 and will end at 6:49.
Instructors at Hartwick College and SUCO are making plans to view the solar phenomenon.
Everal Smith, associate professor at Hartwick, said Friday he plans to view the eclipse by projecting the image on a screen with a small telescope at his home.
Dr. Emery Will, chairman of the science department at SUCO, said several persons on the campus have made arrangements to view the eclipse through material made at the college to project the image and safely observe the eclipse.
Dr. Will also stated that another solar eclipse will not be visible in this area until the year 2025.