Posted on February 5, 2020 in About Grief
A guest blog by Rev. Mary Jo Honiotes, Life Celebrant Hibernate “There’s a warm winter sun, in the window of your car, now do you know where you are?” Colorado by Singer/Poet Chuck Pyle. https://youtu.be/-GaMBE7XEEo And, this is how it is with grief, sometimes we feel warmth and clarity and strength for the day. However, when the sun goes away …Read the Full Article
We hope that you’ll visit and enjoy our beautiful Tree of Remembrance! And we encourage you to make an ornament in honor of your loved one–stop by our Welcome Center between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. We’ve provided the ornaments and decorative pens. Hang your creation on our special tree; we’ll keep the ornaments through the month …Read the Full Article
Judy shares a family favorite with us this week: a cookie recipe she received from one of her mom’s dear friends, Dorothy, in 1965 as a part of her wedding gift. These are best served with a mug of milk! Butter Nut Balls 1 cup softened butter 1/2 cup powdered sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/8 teaspoon salt 2 1/4 cups all-purpose …Read the Full Article
After the busyness of the holidays, it’s so awesome to take a deep breath and spend some uncomplicated time together. We’ve made it fun and easy: Join us for S’mores and Stories, our next Time and Togetherness. Engage in a hands-on craft with Amy Klein of KidzArt. Sing along with guitarist Dana Klein. And enjoy a special guest appearance …Read the Full Article
The sweeping landscape at Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery offers extraordinary opportunities to observe the changing seasons. We wanted to share some of these beautiful vistas with you. Do you have photos from Seven Stones? Please share them with us via Facebook!
Posted on December 17, 2015 in Events
Seven Stones hosted their first Time & Togetherness event, and the theme was getting Cozy and Creative. Thanks to all our wonderful guests and the wintery weather, this event was a great success! Guests of all ages painted river rocks and created dozens of unique works of art. A sincere thanks to Amy Klein of KidzArt for providing instruction and …Read the Full Article