Monthly Archives: March 2017

Seven Stones Cemetery Welcomes Walking Group

Posted on March 24, 2017 in Community

High Line Canal walk at Seven Stones

We recently enjoyed the sunshine of a spring day and these new friends from Walk2Connect , Eat.Walk.Learn and Urban Hiking Denver. They trekked 5 miles in support of the High Line Canal, which runs right past Seven Stones, so we offered a public restroom, water, homemade cookies and bananas for the group. It was so great to meet everyone and …Read the Full Article

Meet Seven Stones at Community Events

Posted on in Community Seven Stones

Seven Stones at senior expos

You can look forward to some great opportunities to learn more about Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery and meet the team in these Denver area community events. We’ll be present at each expo to answer questions and provide information about preplanning as well as our beautiful grounds and stunning memorials. Please stop by and say hello!   City of Englewood’s …Read the Full Article

Visit Seven Stones for the Seasons of Letting Go Workshops

Posted on March 16, 2017 in Community

Seasons of Letting Go Workshops

Join Rev. Mary Jo Honiotes at Seven Stones Chatfield Botanical Gardens Cemetery for one or all of “The Seasons of Letting Go” Workshops. Seven Stones is a perfect spot to gather to nurture ourselves after loss. If you are grieving a loss–loss of a loved one, loss of routine, loss of job or loss of a full house–this program is …Read the Full Article

Shades of Green Burial in Denver

Posted on March 15, 2017 in End of Life Planning

green burial denver

Many people ask us whether they can be buried with a tree. Thanks to ads and articles that circulated a few years ago about a popular idea (still in the works) for pods that could hold a deceased person’s body and from which a tree would grow, green burial has gotten a lot of attention. And while truly becoming the …Read the Full Article