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Tree of Remembrance Tradition Returns

Posted on November 29, 2017 in Community Events Seven Stones

Tree of Remembrance Tradition Returns to Seven Stones

This holiday season, recognize and remember your loved ones who have passed away in a special way. Seven Stones is again offering a Tree of Remembrance in our garden to be lit in the evenings during the month of December. Stop by our Welcome Center between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday to decorate an ornament with the …Read the Full Article


Join Rev. Mary Jo Honiotes for a Workshop on Letting Go

Posted on in Community Events Seven Stones

Seasons of Letting Go

Seven Stones is a perfect spot to gather to nurture ourselves after loss. If you are grieving a loss; loss of loved one, loss of routine, loss of job, or loss of a full house, this program is for you. During this four-part workshop series, Mary Jo has guided us through the spiritual practices of letting go, supported by the wisdom …Read the Full Article


Art at Seven Stones: Chalk Walls

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Art at Seven Stones

As you stroll through Seven Stones’ Whisper Walk Pathway, you will see our large and beautiful chalk walls.  While the purpose of the walls is for families and friends to write messages of love, share memories, and acknowledge special days, these Chalk Walls are also another way we at Seven Stones show our commitment to art.  The weathering steal is …Read the Full Article


Recipes to Remember

Posted on November 16, 2017 in Community Family Recipes Seven Stones

Recipes to Remember at Seven Stones

They’re simple, but they were her son and daughter’s favorite dish. Bonnie DuCharme’s fried potatoes didn’t really follow a recipe; she just knew how they should look and smell at each stage. But the guidelines below should get you close…until you can make them by instinct too. Bonnie’s Fried Potatoes Ingredients 6 potatoes sliced to an even thickness (¼ to …Read the Full Article


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


A Beautiful Day for the High Line Canal History & Nature Walk at Seven Stones

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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