The West Side Nut Club is celebrating 100 years of history in a special way.
Members of the nut club gathered on West Franklin Street in Evansville, Indiana on Sunday to bury a time capsule filled with various items.
Deputy Mayor Steve Schaefer was present at the time capsule dedication to deliver a proclamation from Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke.
"The city is 209-years-old and to think that the Nut Club, 100 years, that's very impressive," commented Deputy Mayor Schaefer. "It's a part of everybody's lives."
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb even sent over a proclamation in celebration of the nut club's 100 years of history.
If you want to know what's inside the time capsule, be prepared to wait a while. The contents won't be unveiled for 100 years until the year 2121.
You can learn all about the history of the West Side Nut Club on nutclubfallfestival.com/history.