July 12, 2018

Published On July 12, 2018 | By cmcleod | CK Mornings Online, Mornings

It’s Movie Night at the Capitol.

Stop by the Chatham Capitol Theatre tonight at 7 to see Borg vs McEnroe on the big screen.

$5 cash at the door, or flash your pass. Concessions are available.

Super Kids CK has a couple things going on today.

As part of the Generator Project, it’s Free Generator Fun Day. There will be a hotdog BBQ and healthy snacks and children’s activities from 11-1:30 at Tecumseh Park, Chatham and Glen Mickle Park in Wallaceburg.

Tonight in Kingston Park, the launch of the Storybook Trail at 6:30. Ribbon cutting, story, snacks and prizes! Everyone welcome to attend.

There’s going to be a partial solar eclipse tomorrow, Friday the 13th.

That hasn’t happened in 44 years. The next partial eclipse to occur on Friday the 13th will be on September 13, 2080.

People in Tasmania, an island off the coast of Australia, will most likely get the best view. Unlike the 2017 total solar eclipse, this week’s partial solar eclipse won’t be visible to North Americans — or most of the world for that matter.

It’s expected to last one hour and four minutes.

There actually will be another chance to see a partial solar eclipse this summer on the opposite end of the world. Northern parts of China, Russia, Eastern Europe the U.K, Sweden, Norway and Finland will be able to see the moon partially block the sun on August 11.

Croatia beat England 2-1 with a goal in the 109th minute of play in the semifinal of the World Cup.

Croatia will now play France in the World Cup Final, Sunday morning at 11.

Honda‘s UK division is manufacturing a lawn mower that will go 150mph (240km/h)

The 999cc, four cylinder motorcycle engine will generate 190 horsepower. The lawnmower will also have sport carbon fiber blades and 10-inch ATV wheels.

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