It's not totally last minute, but you're cutting it close. Your best bet to track down a pair of eclipse glasses is to go online and start searching.
EBay has quite a few, but it will definitely cost you. We saw some as low as $10 all the way up to a group of them for $100.
If you do snag a pair online, one thing you want to make sure you look for first is the NASA seal of approval, which means the glasses will actually protect your eyes, blocking out 100,000 times more light than ordinary sunglasses.
Some individual sellers promising overnight shipping, which is what you need to look for at this point to ensure your glasses will show up in time.
On Amazon, they have recalled tens of thousand of the glasses sold because some of teh manufacturers couldn't prove they were American Astronomical Society approved.
To find out if your glasses are approved, visit www.aas.org.