Posts Tagged: burial

Art at Seven Stones: Basalt Cenotaphs

Posted on October 31, 2017 in Cemetery Design Cremation End of Life Planning Memorials

Basalt Cenotaphs at Seven Stones

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

What Have You Always Wanted to Ask?

Posted on October 4, 2017 in Cremation End of Life Planning Memorials Seven Stones

Seven Stones The Gift of Preplanning

Sometimes we’re afraid to ask questions–for fear that we’ll look foolish, because it’s a topic we don’t like to talk about, or because we just don’t know the right questions to ask. So Seven Stones is taking the first step, answering some questions we frequently hear: What is involved in preplanning? End-of-life planning can be overwhelming. There are more than …Read the Full Article

Meet the Artist

Posted on July 12, 2017 in Cemetery Design Community Seven Stones

Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery is delighted to partner with the Rox Arts Council in the 10th annual Douglas County Art Encounters program. In the next four issues of the Notebook, we’re introducing the artists and their personal philosophies. This week, meet Kimmerjae Macarus, who has crafted the stunning Mask of Breath: Self on display at Seven Stones. Statement I …Read the Full Article

Brookside Patios Open with Limited Time 20 Percent Discount

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Brookside Patio Memorials at Seven Stones

Seven Stones is changing the rules of memorialization. Today, a plot or place of interment can look like your favorite backyard space…and bring that same sense of relaxed peace to loved ones. The new Brookside Patio Memorials at Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery re-create a familiar setting. Adirondack chairs rest on flagstone pavers for cozy time reminiscing with family. On …Read the Full Article

How New Technology Is Reshaping Memorials

Posted on May 23, 2017 in Memorials

QR medallion at Seven Stones Cemetery

Technology isn’t a concept that we often associate with cemeteries. But at Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery in Littleton, we’re revolutionizing the way loved ones are memorialized. Here, our memorials feature new technology that will bring to life the humanity of the people who are remembered here—for generations to come. Seven Stones is one of the first and only cemeteries …Read the Full Article

Ways Preplanning Can Save You Time, Money and Worry

Posted on April 28, 2017 in End of Life Planning

preplanning can save time money worry

We get it–planning your funeral and final resting place is not anyone’s idea of a fun way to spend several hours…unless it is.   In truth, preplanning can allow you to make personal choices about your graveside ceremony, or whether you even have a grave at all. The cemetery industry has come a long, long way, with a huge range …Read the Full Article