Seniors Time Capsule, 1999

The United Nations designated 1999 as the International Year of the Older Person and Windsor residents celebrated the end of the century by burying two time capsules on Palisado Green. The two capsules are chock full of information about the Town of Windsor's government, local businesses, and civic organizations. On September 26, 1999, Mayor Tim Curtis led the burying of the capsules in front of the Founders Monument, next to the 1976 time capsule. The capsules are scheduled to be opened in 2033 and other items - including water samples - are stored in the vault in Windsor's Town Hall awaiting the Town's 400th anniversary. Copyright 2015 Windsor Historical Society.
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