If you’ve appreciated the grief resources, event notices, community news and photos we share most days on Facebook, you’ll likely need to take a short step to continue seeing it all. Facebook recently changed its news feed to exclude businesses’ posts from your news feed. You can always see what we post by visiting our page at facebook.com/discoversevenstones. But if …Read the Full Article
When tragedy strikes a community, the impacts can be far-reaching and long-lasting. They also can vary widely among individuals. But there is help. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration offers “Tips for Survivors: Coping With Grief After Community Violence.” There are even suggestions for aiding children.
We feel so fortunate to have partnered with some great community organizations this year! It benefits everyone when we can amplify the efforts of one another; in 2017, we had the opportunity to get involved in the following ways: Walk 2 Connect: Seven Stones provided a rest stop and goodies for walkers on their last leg of the 71-Mile High …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
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.
Turn up the volume and enjoy the beautiful sounds of our waterfall and brook here at Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery in Littleton, Colorado, where we’ve designed a new kind of forever place, one of nature, beauty, art and life where you can celebrate life. Visit 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week and see for yourself.