Founded in 1991 by local beloved medical Doctor, Bill McCabe and his artist wife, Annis McCabe, The Sedalia Center has enjoyed its years operating as a non-profit, with its mission of inspiring all to explore the living arts and the art of living… and along the way, discover the creativity and imagination in each of us.
As with all organizations built on a service-oriented foundation, The Sedalia Center has a responsibility to stay relevant and innovative in that service to most effectively enrich the lives of those folks living in our local rural community.
And with that charge before us, The Sedalia Center is excited to announce the launching of Sedalia Gives Back: Local Community Enrichment Programs. (See below for a sample list of enrichment programs.)
What’s more: in addition to adding community resource, educational and enrichment programs, all local folks get into certain Sedalia Center events at the new discounted LOCAL TICKET price.
A glance into Sedalia Gives Back: PROGRAM NOTES
If you would like to get involved by helping fund, attending, leading or helping with any enrichment programs, please contact: Heidi Hunter at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
These resource programs / classes / camps will be either free or for a small fee and open to public for local community ONLY. Advanced registration is required.
For up-to-date programs, keep checking the Sedalia Center website at: sedaliacenter.org or look for program information literature at local shopping venues like: The Sedalia Store, Bedford Welcome Center, and H & H and on the Sedalia Center event programs.
If you have program suggestions, please submit them to: email@example.com or mail to: The Sedalia Center, 1108 Sedalia School Road, Big Island, VA 24526
GED Course: Get that High School Diploma you missed out on
Farm Grants and Grant Writing Resource Information
Renewable Energy Instruction i.e. Solar Panels and Wind Power
Pasture and Livestock Management
Orchard Management, including pest control
Maximizing Farm Land Productivity while reducing cost
How to Maximize Farm /Agri Tax Benefits
Gun Safety, Hunter Safety and Concealed Carry Courses
Find and Land that Job
How to write a good resume
Where to look for the jobs you want
Job interview best practices
Acquire the basic computer skills necessary for today’s job market
On-Line Shopping: How to find – and GET – the best deals
Social Media basics like Email, Facebook and Instagram to stay connected with family and friends
Health and Wellness Programs for all ages
Fun Fitness Programs: for all ages and level of fitness
Cooking Classes: Adult/ Children
Lost Spouse Program
Creative Arts Classes and Camps
Gardening: Children/ Adults
Creative ways to reinvent furniture
Holiday: Meals/ Gifts for the holidays
Back to School
Yard clean up and maintenance
Shoveling walkways and driveways
Food delivery for shut-ins
Adequate home heat/ wood delivery
Check on our elderly living alone
Community Resources: Coordinating needs assessment, organization of product and labor and community volunteers with local churches, schools, civic organizations and area businesses. Together we will help meet our community’s needs for:
Friends of Sedaliasupport the idea that the living arts & the art of living are fundamentally important in all lives. As we remain determined to promote, preserve, and enhance the arts and cultural heritage for everyone in our region, while also serving as an educational, instructional and creative resource for our local rural community, we invite you to become a friend and continue to support our efforts.