Friday, January 14, 2000
Livermore Citizens Bury Time Capsules
On Friday, January 14 in the year 2000 citizens of Livermore buried two time capsules at ceremonies held in the downtown area. Festivities began at noon in front of the City Library and culminated in the placement of the Livermore Millennium Time Capsule in its burial spot near the DeAnza monument between the Library and City Hall. Then the Livermore Centennial Time Capsule, which gained national media attention in 1999, was transported from the Millennium ceremony to Portola Park on the Livermore Heritage Guild's 1944 Mack fire truck. After a brief ceremony, it, too, was placed into its burial position for a future generation to uncover.
NAVIGATION: Relive the Millennium and Centennial Time capsule ceremonies with the hyperlinks below. Or, use the navigation arrows and buttons to step from screen to screen. LEFT and RIGHT arrows lead you sequentially to all Time Capsule related web pages. Buttons labeled "INDEX" will return you to this page. Buttons labeled M-ITEMS and C-ITEMS lead to capsule content pages for the Millennium and Centennial Time Capsules.
Millennium Time Capsule Centennial Time Capsule Sandia donates Time Capsule Centennial Celebration Committees - 1969 Heavy-duty container Time Capsule Sealed - April 1974 Time Capsule Committee Plans to unearth Time Capsule - May 1999 Signing the Capsule Time capsule missing! Official song -- "Livermore CA." Greetings and introductions Capsule Contents Capsule Contents Ceremony and Plaque Student Essay Contest 1999 Livermore Babies 100 year old Livermore resident Laboratory Time Capsules Burial of Millennium Time Capsule Filesafe for City Clerk Sandia Time Capsule (1999) On to the Centennial Ceremony LLNL Time Capsule (2002)
March 26, 2000
Updated: November 15, 2004