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! Come see our new exhibits — Indian artifacts, items from a pioneer family and a special display about the Beemans, early Sedalia settlers. The museum is open Saturdays from 10am to 2pm and Wednesdays from 1 to 3pm through September.
Sedalia Business Directory Ads – It’s Not Too Late!
Attention local business owners! Ads for the 2015 – 2016 Sedalia Business Directory are due Saturday, May 30. More details here.
Douglas County maintains two sites available for slash drop-off: 1) Castle Rock at 1400 Caprice Drive is open May 2 through October 31 from 8am to 5pm; 2) Trumbull/Swayback Site at 7828 South Highway 67 (2.5 mi north of Deckers) is open year-round for brush/slash drop-off from 8am to 4:30pm. Click here for more details.
Are you ready for fire season? Douglas County is and the Board encourages all citizens to assess their level of readiness with a plan for themselves, their family as well as for pets and livestock. Click here for more information and to ensure that you are registered with CodeRed, the county’s free emergency notification system.
Come see the Free Little Library Book Caboose at the Museum! Take a book or leave a book for all to enjoy. There’s always something new!
Celebrate the Fourth of July at the Downtown Firehouse
This Fourth of July, to honor the many Sedalia veterans from WWI to the present, the Sedalia Museum will exhibit its collection of veterans’ photos in the Firehouse Meeting Room from 10 am 2 pm. Area residents will share their military uniforms and other historical artifacts and information as well. If you or a relative served in the military, please contact the Museum to be included. “Olden days” games and an old-time Ice Cream Social will be available, too.
Sedalia View June issue was mailed in late May. Check your mailbox or click here for a .pdf version.