Beautiful, historic Cherokee Ranch and Castle in Sedalia will be host to two performances, Sept. 13 and 20, of “Bulldog Saves the Day,” an …
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Beautiful, historic Cherokee Ranch and Castle in Sedalia will be
host to two performances, Sept. 13 and 20, of “Bulldog Saves the
Day,” an old-fashioned melodrama staged by volunteers who seek to
repair and restore the 1884 Indian Park Schoolhouse in Sedalia.
The building, a community hub for more than a century, is 9.5
miles west of Sedalia, up Jarre Canyon.
It is listed on the Colorado and National Historic
The Indian Park School House Association, and dozens of
volunteers, including performers and musicians, have devised the
melodrama, already performed several times this summer, as a way to
generate funds to repair the old stone foundation and other
features of the white frame structure— and, of course, to let more
people know about this appealing building.
The afternoon will start at 12:30 p.m. with tours of the
Performances will start at 2 p.m.
After the play, a traditional olio act will engage the audience
with music and humor.
Souvenirs, snacks and refreshments will be available, as will a
The performance will take place rain or shine.
A huge tent shelters the castle veranda.
Intermountain Rural Electric Association supports the project
with the castle management.
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