Seven Stones is more than a cemetery—it’s a place to celebrate life. We’re so pleased to regularly host community events on our beautiful grounds! Check back often to see what’s new.
The Roxborough Area Historical Society (RAHS) and Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery are delighted to host, for the second year in a row, an outdoor event featuring the High Line Canal Conservancy and Audubon Society of Greater Denver on Thursday, October 25th from 10am-Noon.
The Conservancy, will provide a historical overview of the High Line Canal and an update on the Canal Conservation Project.
Following the historical presentation, the program will transition to the High Line Canal itself with a 30-40 minute guided walk from the Audubon Society of Greater Denver. One of our local Audubon volunteers will share unique characteristics of local birds we see along the trail. Attendees will return to the outdoor Auburn-colored Shelter at Seven Stones and conclude with light refreshments and Q&A.
We look forward to seeing you outside!
Please RSVP to Becky at email@example.com or 303-717-7117.
Our seasons are changing, the leaves are turning, and cooler temperatures have arrived. With these changes, the deer are coming back, and we see more deer on our grounds. We had a lovely summer season, with celebrations of life, events, and our very successful arts festival. With the shorter days, our gate hours are changing back to Winter Hours [9am-5pm] starting October 15th.
Remember! Through December 31st, you may still Vote for your favorite piece of art on the Douglas County Art Encounters Website: Vote4Art