DIA will be handing out FREE solar eclipse glasses and MoonPies on Monday!

Posted at 2:15 PM, Aug 17, 2017

DENVER — They'll go quickly, but several Colorado locations are still giving away free — and legitimate — solar eclipse glasses.

According to Denver International Airport officials, the fun-loving airport will disburse 1,000 pairs of glasses, along with MoonPies, in the open-air plaza at 11 a.m. on Monday, just before the Great American Solar Eclipse. 

Airport officials say the south end of the plaza provides a great viewing location for the eclipse.

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The Airport is one of few remaining locations with free glasses. Denver7 previously rounded up 50 locations giving out free glasses, however most have already run out of supplies.

One holdout is the Arapahoe County Library system, which is also reserving their free glasses for a specific time. Library officials say they will give out glasses on a first-come first-serve basis on Aug. 19. 

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