The Sedalia 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 Museum and Gardens, a non-profit Colorado Corporation dedicated to preserving the history of Sedalia, Colorado and promoting community activities and services.

The Sedalia Museum and Gardens is OPEN for the season!
Come view our new exhibits:
- Wednesdays from 1 – 3 PM
- Saturdays from 10 AM – 2 PM

Heirlooms – Inside and Out
September 10 from 12 – 2 PM at Sedalia’s Museum, join us for the 4th annual Tomato Tasting and for Canyon Quilters’ needlework demonstration.

At the Tasting, you will savor more than 50 tomato varieties grown by gardeners in our area, such as Brandywines, like those Thomas Jefferson grew, and the Sedalia Mystery, grown from seeds saved her in 2015. After tasting heirlooms, look inside the Museum to see Canyon Quilters create heirlooms of a different kind. Click here for details.

John Machann Memorial Scholarships Awarded
The John Machann Memorial Scholarship has been awarded to two local college freshmen. Their entries were so outstanding that the scholarship committee decided to reward them both. Kaylea Horacek of Hier North and Kelly Winn of Oak Valley both submitted essays about Sedalia, its history and how it has affected their lives. Each young woman was presented with a check for $500 by Barbara Machann, administrator of the scholarship. Kaylea is attending CSU in Ft. Collins; Kelly will be at CU-Boulder. You may view the award-winning essays by clicking on the links below.

Kaylea Horacek Essay

Kelly Winn Essay

 

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