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Sunny Slope Founders Day

March 14, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Free – $12.00


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Due to Health concerns about the COVID-19 virus this event has been cancelled. The time capsule opening will be rescheduled at a later time. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Sunnyslope Founders Day & 20 year Time Capsule opening!

How did Sunnyslope get its name?

William R. Norton, Founder of Sunnyslope

Learn about the lasting impact of early Sunnyslope families and organizations.

Marguerite Colley on the left delivering a food box. (SHS Collection)
Elizabeth Beatty on the left with Helen C. Lincoln and John C. Lincoln
Norton Homestead
Norton Homestead

















Come and meet the owners of a new Sunnyslope business – Silver and Cedar.

They are a photography studio that can make an old fashioned style Tintype portraits.

Form more information check out their website.  

 Silver and Cedar website



A lunch will be available following this presentation.



Time Capsule Opening!!!

After the lunch, the Sunnyslope Historical Society Time Capsule – sealed since March 2000 – will be opened! What mysteries of the past will be revealed? Be sure to stay around to learn the secrets of the previous millennium.

Limited seating – Reservations Required


March 14, 2020
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Free – $12.00


Sunnyslope Historical Society
(602) 331-3150
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Sunnyslope Historical Society
737 E. Hatcher Road
Phoenix,Arizona85020United States
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(602) 331-3150
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