NEW HARMONY, Indiana — A history-filled southwestern Indiana town is seeking contributions for a time capsule that civic leaders will bury as part of the community's bicentennial celebration.
New Harmony's "Legacy Time Capsule" will be buried in December at the Posey County town's Working Men's Institute and won't be opened until 2114.
Visitors and residents of the Wabash River town are being asked to contribute memorabilia from their lives such as recent photos of their families and homes and lists of their favorite books, TV shows, games and music for the time capsule.
They can also contribute their written predictions for the future of New Harmony.
The town of about 800 residents was founded in 1814 by followers of a self-proclaimed German prophet named George Rapp who believed Armageddon was near.