So there’s a solar transit of Venus the evening of 5 June, if you’re in the Americas. It’s the morning of 6 June if you’re in Europe or the like.
Basically, Venus is going to slowly scoot across the disc of the sun. There are a few ways to see it directly:
If you can find one, you can look through the storage material of a floppy disk. It works surprisingly well for looking at the sun.
There’s more info on the times of the transit at http://www.transitofvenus.org/ and local transit times with automatic geolocation at http://transitofvenus.nl/wp/where-when/local-transit-times/.