Join Seven Stones and NamasteWorks Yoga + Wellness 5-7 p.m. June 14 for a night like no other! We’ll begin with light appetizers and beverages at our beautiful grounds. Then you will be invited to enter into a relationship with your muse as you gather around the fire pit with your guides, Nancy and Courtney. They will inspire you to …Read the Full Article
Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery is honored to have been selected by our peers in the Chamber of Commerce of Highlands Ranch as Roxborough Business of the Year! Businesses are nominated by their employees or peers and voted on by their peers. Congratulations as well to our fellow award winners, announced at the Chairman’s Inaugural Luncheon on February 9: Inngi …Read the Full Article
If you’ve appreciated the grief resources, event notices, community news and photos we share most days on Facebook, you’ll likely need to take a short step to continue seeing it all. Facebook recently changed its news feed to exclude businesses’ posts from your news feed. You can always see what we post by visiting our page at facebook.com/discoversevenstones. But if …Read the Full Article
The Touchstone Niche Wall sprang to life this month with the completion of three unique water features visible from both sides of the wall, allowing families with loved ones’ cremains placed in the wall to hear the soothing sound of water nearby. The wall is built to last, starting with a sturdy foundation. The design was inspired by the …Read the Full Article
Jane W. Barton, MTS, MASM, CSA, is hosting a three-part series called Age by Design beginning in January at the Park Hill Branch of the Denver Public Library. Jane provides this overview: “How do you choose to age? By default or by design? Because we live in an age-defying society, most of us are not inclined to anticipate the future challenges …Read the Full Article
When tragedy strikes a community, the impacts can be far-reaching and long-lasting. They also can vary widely among individuals. But there is help. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration offers “Tips for Survivors: Coping With Grief After Community Violence.” There are even suggestions for aiding children.