Colfax Garden Club

Colfax tour mixes artistry, whimsy and classic landscaping

When Colfax Garden Club’s Jewell DeLapp puts together the annual tour, she looks for inspiration. “We want different gardens — not six or seven all the same,” she said. ...

Colfax Chronicles

14CR Colfax Chronicles 10 Years Ago July 12, 2001 – Colfax 4th of July organizers were pleased with the overall event, especially the fireworks display on the 3rd of July. Cr ...

Spring festival showcasing all things green

Colfax will be touting all things environmentally correct for a better lifestyle and a safer planet from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 7. According to organizer Connie Heilam ...

Essay contest winners applauded

Winners of the Colfax Garden Club?s Arbor Day essay contest were guests of honor at a luncheon on March 7 at the Colfax Pizza Factory. Winners were Isabelle Candler, first; Lillian ...

Blue Star memorials pay tribute to U.S. armed forces

BY NANCY HAGMAN SPECIAL TO THE COLFAX RECORD It is time to switch my focus in the metal quest. I was asked to tell the tale of the two cool plaques in town emblazoned with a blu ...

Garden Club offers its thanks

On behalf of the Colfax Garden Club and the Outfielders? Community Garden, I would like to thank the Briarpatch Coop Community Fund for their generous grant. Thank you  Bili Wi ...

Garden tour another success

Thanks to this community our garden tour was a great success. Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. A very appreciative thank you to the owners, who opened their gardens to the pu ...

Artists, musicians join Saturday's garden tour

Several artists and musicians will be participating in Saturday’s annual Garden Tour hosted by the Colfax Garden Club.They will be stationed at the six historic gardens open for ...

Garden, art tour slated for Aug. 28

The Colfax Garden Club’s annual garden and art tour will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 28.Featured will be six gardens, including a tour of a historic house in ...

Historic Sierra Vista Center getting needed work

Originally built by the Civilian Conservation Corps and Work Project Administration (WPA) in the late 1930s, the Sierra Vista Center is getting a much-needed facelift. The two-sto ...