This artwork has a unique canvas! Last year at one of our Seven Stones Time and Togetherness events, a talented group of children and adults added colorful images and encouraging words to smooth stones. Much like the popular Kindness Rocks Project, this activity (led by Amy Klein, executive director of KidzArt in Highlands Ranch Colorado) was meant to inspire positivity. …Read the Full Article
These majestic black basalt cenotaphs, located in our Meadow View Garden, will pay tribute to and memorialize those people choosing to leave a smaller footprint. A cenotaph is defined as a monument erected in honor of a person or group of persons whose remains are elsewhere. True to this definition, those drawn to this type of memorialization may choose to …Read the Full Article
A hearty thank you goes out to our attendees and partners of this weekend’s historical talk and nature walk. The Roxborough Area Historical Society co-sponsored the event, which featured Harriet Crittenden LaMair from the High Line Canal Conservancy and Kate Hogan from the Audubon Society of Greater Denver. Harriet gave a very informative presentation covering the history of the canal …Read the Full Article
We love the way the reflection of the pond dances on the stone. Turn up the volume for the soothing sound of the waterfall, or visit Seven Stones between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. seven days a week to see it in person.
Earth, wind and fire on a beautiful evening at Seven Stones Chatfield. Turn up the volume to hear the sounds of night settling in, or visit between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. seven days a week and enjoy the serenity yourself.
Have you visited the pond at Seven Stones yet? It serves many purposes, including holding the water we use to nourish our plants and capturing any runoff. But we find it an especially welcoming place for pondering the past, the future and the beauty of the great outdoors. Our gates are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a …Read the Full Article