Enjoy Yoga by the Barn at Old Salem


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Old Salem Museums & Gardens

Old Salem Museums & Gardens, in partnership with TowniesWS, presents Yoga by the Barn on Saturday, May 6 from 9 to 10 a.m. in the Salem Tavern Meadow adjacent to the Salem Tavern Barn, 812 S. Main St. in Winston-Salem.

Deanna Dzybon of Rock Water Yoga will lead the yoga class. All yoga skill levels are encouraged to participate. Attendees should bring their own mat.

The event is free, however a donation to Old Salem Museums & Gardens is requested to participate (minimum $5 donation suggested). No registration is required. All participants have a chance to win a year-long family membership to Old Salem.

For more information, visit oldsalem.org.

Source: Old Salem Museums & Gardens

 

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