The Sedalia Historic Museum and Gardens

Welcome to the Sedalia View web site! The Sedalia View newsletter and web site are published as a community service by the Sedalia Historic Fire House Museum and Gardens, a non-profit Colorado Corporation dedicated to preserving the history of Sedalia, Colorado and promoting community activities and services.

What’s New:

Old-Fashioned Community Ice Cream Social! Come by the museum for a good ‘ole fashioned ice cream social — with homemade ice cream, of course! — on Saturday, August 16 from 12 – 2pm. Several yummy flavors to choose from.

The Museum is open! Saturdays 10am – 2pm and Wednesdays 1 – 3pm through September.

Civil War Word Search
The Sedalia Museum’s new displays bring both national and local history into perspective. Did you know that 12 of Sedalia’s early settlers were civil war veterans? See our new civil war exhibit for insight into the conflict. Two other new exhibits (Arapahoe Hunt and the Curtis family) focus on Douglas County history during the last century. Finally, our old kitchen item exhibit will puzzle youngsters and revive memories for older visitors.

2014 – 2015 Sedalia Merchants Directory
Check out the new Sedalia Merchants Directory! Printed versions were mailed in mid-July or click on the links above for local merchant listings. Shop Locally, Shop Sedalia!

For the Sedalia View June newsletter, click here.

17th Annual Deckers Boutique & Craft Fair/People’s Choice Fabric Art Exhibit
MAAC (Mountain Artisans Arts Council) will host this event on August 15 & 16 from 10am – 4pm. Located at Deckers Community Hall (junction of Hwy 126 & Hwy 67), the Fair will offer homemade crafts, original fabric art work (crocheting, embroidering, knitting, needlework and quilting), home-baked treats, collectibles and antiques, plus gifts and decorating ideas. Free admission!

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