Located directly adjacent to the Glen Rock Mill Inn in the old Seigman & Wherley’s Gents Furnishings store, Simply Local offers hand-dipped ice cream and quick bites, as well as crafts, treats, gifts, and wines from Jackson Square Vineyard, too.
Karen Dietrich is the owner of Simply Local at the Glen Rock Mill Inn. She lives in Glen Rock with her husband Ray and believes that small businesses are the heartbeat of the community. She has a lifelong passion for making and creating, and she loves being able to provide a retail space where makers can join together to sell their heartfelt creations. Karen also enjoys teaching yoga classes at Simply Local. In her spare time, you will find her gardening and caring for her goats. You can Also catch Ray building displays and sometimes selling wine at the wine bar.
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Our Community Supported Yoga program allows you to own your yoga class spot by committing month-to-month in a simple pricing structure. We like it simple. This is what makes us different. Looking at other studios and businesses, you will find that these business models might financially benefit one segment - it might benefit the teacher but not the students, or the studio but not the teacher - but we couldn't find a model that benefited the entire community equally. A new business model emerged. Community Supported Yoga was created to benefit everyone -- the students, and the teacher– equally. In CSY everyone benefits! Students benefit because they have a regular, weekly yoga practice at an affordable price. The teacher benefits because they have a reliable income, consistent class sizes, and they get to know their students better. These are the core values of community-supported yoga. Ownership In CSY, you buy your yoga spot in a class and own the spot month-to-month. It's more like a farm share or timeshare. Use your spot, split it, trade it, sell it, give it to a friend... It's yours. These are the benefits of owning a spot. CSY Pricing: A yoga class spot costs $36.00 a month. For example, if you buy a Tuesday nightspot, you get to class every Tuesday night for the month (basically 4-5 classes). This is a spot. And it costs $36.00. You can buy more than one spot.
Boutique Artisan Market
- Beck's Hand Dipped Ice Cream
- Quick bites
- Local Honey
- PA Produced Maple Syrup
- Handmade Goat Milk Soaps and Lotions
- Beef Jerky
- Tulsi Field Farm Herbal Teas
- New Freedom Roasting Company Coffee
- Under The Sun Pottery
- Lenka Granola Bars
- Jackson Square Vineyard Wines
- Hand Crafted Gourds
- Stained Glass Art
- Decorative Art
- The Olive Spout Olive Oils & Vinegars
- Hand Poured Candles
- Marshmallow MBA
- Just Bag It Up cycled Clothing & Hand Bags