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September 11, 2022
12:00 ~ 4:00 p.m.
  • Tour four spectacular Cedaredge homes and gardens

  • Sample culinary specialties by area chefs

  • Taste wines or ciders by local vintners and cidermakers

  • Enjoy live music by local performers

  • View works by local artists

Tickets $65​

GMAEC Members $50

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Patti/Greg Hart

You Can Go Home Again ~ Golf Course Home

Artist:  Elizabeth Bonzani

Musician: Dean Bonzani

Winery:  SIPS on Main

Food:  SIPS on Main

Agriculture: Ultreia Farms / Melissa Newell

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The Hart’s home on the golf course is light filled with a touch of traditional style combined with a modern Western flair.  Greg was born and grew up in Cedaredge and enjoys sharing his family history.  While you tour their beautiful home, hopefully you will have an opportunity to hear more of Greg’s stories.


JoAnne Williams O’Fallon / Mark Marino

Modern Orchard Farmhouse

Artist:  Mark Marino

Musician:  David & Tamara Hauze

Winery:  Williams' Cellars

Food:  Sugar Mamas Bakeshop & Cafe

Agriculture:  Williams’ Orchards


You might recognize the Williams’ name synonymous with apples.  JoAnne is the granddaughter of the founder of the Williams Orchard.  She and her partner Mark built their modern home that incorporates farmhouse features and antiques on a portion of the Williams Orchard.  What a rare opportunity to also tour the original farmhouse that serves today as Mark’s art gallery.  You will see some of his contemporary impressionistic landscapes and Western art in progress.


Leo/Tammy Pilkington

Building a Beautiful Life and Home

Artist:  Lucas Davis

Musician: Oran Mor

Winery:  Alfred Eames

Food:  Alfred Eames

Agriculture:  Eames and Pam Petersen

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Building a life and a home has been a team effort for Leo and Tammy since high school.  Their retirement home in Cedaredge is the culmination of a life-time career, building award-winning homes and commercial projects.  Their creativity and craftmanship is evident throughout the home featuring 150-year-old reclaimed oak barnwood used for flooring and window casings.  You will also enjoy touring the big red barn that houses Leo’s extensive workshop and cozy office.

Gary/Nancy Griffith

Loving Life and Views in Cedaredge


Artist: Ouida Touchon

Musician: The Wolcott Family

Winery: Red Mountain Ranches

Food: Bonnie Diamond, Caterer

Agriculture: Red Mountain Ranches


The Griffith’s missed country life and have found it in their Cedaredge home with a view of the Grand Mesa.  Their gorgeous home was built in 2003 and contains well-designed timeless features including double walk-in closets, open floor plan and original stained-glass windows.  You will agree with Nancy that the best part of the home is that every room has a view.