If by "doing" you mean throwing a party or spending wasting inordinate amounts of money on travel, lousy overpriced carnie food, overpriced hotels, and tee-shirts... (not to mention dealing with "hotspot" traffic jams), no. Emphatically no.
But since its path is predicted to be directly overhead, or near enough, IF the weather is 100% conducive, and if I don't find something more interesting to do, then I'll invest a couple of hours. I've seen many eclipses over the years, and frankly speaking, the only real difference was how much of a path-related occlusion there was in evidence. It's an interesting phenomena but I highly doubt I'll learn anything new from yet another one.
The coolest one, (IMO) was in the early 1980s, when I had forgotten about it until the day it happened. I was walking down the street when I noticed tiny little images of the partial moon everywhere. Millions of little crescents in varying sizes everywhere I looked. Apparently the tree leaves were acting as pinhole cameras. It was, in 60s gen vernacular, very trippy
Edited by xiando, 13 March 2023 - 02:23 PM.