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.

What’s New:
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.

Rock the Barn is back at the Wiens Ranch on Saturday, April 25! Come and enjoy this 4th Annual School Fund-raiser and Community Event to benefit the Sedalia Elementary PTO. This year you’ll be entertained with live music by Carlos Washington, eat at the unlimited buffet catered by O’Brien’s Cafe and participate in the live and silent auction, including an African Safari Hunt! Tickets are on sale now at Sedalia Elementary and O’Brien’s Cafe. Click here to view the flyer and sponsorship information.

2015 – 2016 Sedalia Merchants Directory
We’re now collecting local Sedalia business information for the 2015-2016 Sedalia Merchants Directory. Ad submissions due by Thursday, April 30. Click here for pricing and details.

May Issue of Sedalia View Closing May 2
Business owners, make sure to get your ads in by May 2 to participate in the summer issue of the Sedalia View. Click here for more information.

New National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) chapter forming in Castle Rock. Prospective member workshop planned for May 9 at Phillip S. Miller Library. Visit for more information

When Nature Calls: Museum Fund-raising Event May 23
The special event on Saturday, May 23 will have something for everyone! More than 50 varieties of flowers and vegetables will be for sale as well as beautiful fairy gardens and fairy garden plants, birdhouses and special vignettes, tool sharpening and much more. Event hours are 10am to 2pm.

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.

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