Join us in the studio to celebrate Summer and the lively gardens here at Shannon Willow Art. Ever seen a Hummingbird vine grow 12 feet? Shannon’s new body of work in oil, “Gaia Speak” is hanging and waiting for your arrival!
Hello everyone! In my “other” professional life, my non-Compassionate Atlanta life that is (how is that possible?), I do a lot of work in cultural diversity and inclusion.
The Clarkston Culture Fest aims to highlight the best of what Clarkston has to offer, and to share it with others. The theme is: “Educate, Appreciate, Celebrate.”
Come share your ideas and hear from metro Atlanta urban farmers and local food experts about the value that community gardens and farms can bring to the City of Clarkston as it grows and develops.
There will be vendors with local and global items for you to purchase. It is perfect for all your holiday shopping, so make sure to mark your calendars. There are a couple of spots for vendors still available, so if you
Join MINA(Mentoring Initiative for New Americans) and the Clarkston Muslim Student Association for a talk about stress management and self-care. Contact MINA@gsu.edu if you have any questions.
There will be live music and lots of global art to check out while you sip on your delicious wine and eat great food.
At this first Town Hall Meeting, we will explain the scope of the work we have agreed to carry out for the City of Clarkston.
The event will include representatives from a number of local health organizations and will include information and screenings for such diseases and conditions as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, HIV, sexually-transmitted diseases, domestic violence injuries and more.
Bring your family to a FREE event for stories with Vendors, Food, and Fun!