What could be better than treating yourself to a little blissful indulgence?! Gather your friends for Yoga + Wine in the Vinyards at Mill River Winery. The event will begin with a feel-good yoga flow open to all levels followed by a guided tasting of Mill River's five premium wines. During the wine tasting, you will be able to taste both red and white wines. An assortment of cheese and wine will also be provided and paired with each wine! This session is aimed to be very interactive and social, giving the participents an chance to relax and have fun with their friends & fellow yogis! I am looking forward to seeing you there! FAQs Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? 21+ years of age What can I bring into the event? BYOM (Bring Your Own Mat)! How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Email What's the refund policy? No refunds Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Please contact organizer for details Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Please contact organizer for details BY SIGNING UP YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU ARE IN GOOD PHYSICAL CONDITION AND HAVE NO HEALTH RESTRICTIONS OR LIMITATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS EVENT AND HAVE BEEN CLEARED BY A PHYSICIAN FOR EXERCISE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. YOU WILL BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY AND ALL RISK ASSOCIATED WITH CONSUMING ALCOHOL AND ANY INJURIES OR DAMAGE SUSTAINED UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL.
Rowley is located in Essex County and was founded in 1639 by Reverend Ezekiel Rogers and 20 families. They sailed on the ship "John of London" bringing the first printing press to America known as the "Daye Press" which was then delivered and set up in Cambridge.
Rowley is situated between the Muddy River and the Rowley River which is heavily forested. There are several working farms but the Brad Street Farm owned by the Jewett family since the 1600's is the nation's oldest working farm to be continuously owned and occupied by the same family.
Rowley is home of America's oldest stone arch bridge and the "Turning Place" (currently known as Rowley Common). Benedict Arnold's musket men camped here on their journey to Quebec in 1775. The Revolutionary War cannon "Old Nancy" is one of the town's most prized possessions. The Rowley soldiers from the British ship "Nancy" took the cannon and were later captured off the coast of Gloucester.
The first wool mill was founded in Rowley in 1643which would later be seen as a contributing factor to the War of Independence. The mill was also portrayed as a threat to England's dominance in supplying wool to the colonies. Other major industries of Rowley were the Foster Shoe Company that began in 1850.
From its historical farming roots to present day Rowley is a peaceful residential community. The town has and will continue to preserve the historical colonial homes lining Main Street as well as several white steeple churches close by.