A total solar eclipse doesn't happen every day, unless you work in quality control at a Mitsubishi plant, which is only then exciting if you feel like your dreams are becoming a Mirage. Wake up and smell the stardust, because the dream of seeing a completely black hole sun is real for Georgians for a couple minutes on August 21 (for the first time since 1918). That is, if you're up for driving to the very small northeast corner of the state to be directly in the path of totality. If that trek seems a bit too daunting, don't fear. You'll likely still be able to see it from a bar or rooftop… as long as you make sure you're starting at the sun around 2pm -- with your protective eclipse goggles, of course. With that said, here are the 10 best towns throwing events for the rare occasion.