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.

2016 Charitable Giving Request
“The end of the year is drawing near,

Time to give to causes held dear,

The Sedalia Museum works hard for our town!

Your year-end gift helps keep our finances sound.”

Please consider making a tax-deductible gift to the Sedalia Museum and Gardens as part of your 2016 charitable giving. Please send to: Sedalia Museum, Box 394, Sedalia, CO 80135.

The Sedalia Museum and Gardens is now closed for the season, but please come visit us when the Museum re-opens Spring 2017.

Would you like to write for or advertise in the March issue of the Sedalia View? Please click here for more information.

Sedalia Gardeners Meeting January 7, 2017 from 10 AM to 12 PM
Share seed catalogs, discuss seed choices for spring plant sale and plan for next year’s growing season.

Your Input Needed at the January 2017 Museum Planning Session
The Sedalia Museum’s on-going efforts to catalog all materials and make them accessible worldwide are essential to its primary mission and credibility as a museum. But the Museum has another mission as well: to provide special community outreach activities, programs and publications.

Each January, the Museum members hold a planning session at the first meeting of the year. This year’s date is January 27 at 10 AM in the fire station training room and everyone is welcome!

What would you like to see happening in Sedalia? Lectures on local history? Lessons on traditional crafts, like quilting or knitting? A summer exchange of surplus vegetables? A local cookbook? Outreach to underserved individuals, like taking elderly residents to appointments or grocery shopping? The possibilities are nearly endless. Tell us what you think by attending the planning session, emailing us at or post your suggestions on our Facebook page at Sedalia Museums and Gardens.

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