The American Astronomical Society (AAS) Solar Eclipse Task Force will host a solar eclipse planning workshop Friday-Saturday, June 9-10, 2023, at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, 1801 Mountain Road NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104. This workshop will immediately follow the 242nd AAS meeting, which will be held at the Albuquerque Convention Center June 4-8. (Registration for the two events is separate.) The outreach team for NASA's PUNCH (Polarimeter to UNify the Corona and Heliosphere) mission is collaborating with us to organize and implement the workshop. Under the theme "Ancient & Modern Sun-Watching," PUNCH Outreach is exploring links between NASA heliophysics and a petroglyph in Chaco Canyon, NM, that may represent the solar corona during an eclipse there in 1097. Both the leader of the PUNCH mission, Craig DeForest, and the leader of the outreach team, Cherilynn Morrow, will be on hand with resources to help enrich the experience of workshop participants. The workshop will be conducted in a hybrid format, accommodating both in-person and remote/virtual attendees. Plenary sessions and breakout discussions will be accessible in real time to off-site attendees via Zoom Events. Our Albuquerque workshop is for everyone involved (or wanting to become involved) in preparing their community for the October 2023 and/or April 2024 North American solar eclipses, whether on or off the eclipse path(s). Space for in-person registrants is limited, so if you want to join us in Albuquerque, we encourage you to register as soon as you can. Registration Fees: 2-day in-person registration: $100 1-day in-person registration: $50 Virtual registration: $35 Last day to register (for in-person or virtual attendance): Wednesday, June 7, 2023, 9:00 pm EDT