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Real Flavor on the Southside

Our picks for some of the best international flavors in Clayton County.

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2 weeks!!! It’s only 2 weeks until Clayton County Restaurant Week. Be sure to check our website often as more restaurants are jumping on board to be a part of this inaugural year. 
#seeclaytoncountyga #dineinclayco #claytonconnected #exploregeorgia
2 weeks!!! It’s only 2 weeks until Clayton County Restaurant Week. Be sure to check our website often as more restaurants are jumping on board to be a part of this inaugural year. #seeclaytoncountyga #dineinclayco #claytonconnected #exploregeorgia
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It's #InternationalMusicDay and music is one of the many features that make Clayton County great. 

Several cities within Clayton County host community concert series and events throughout the year. These free or low-cost events are opportunities for community members to share in their appreciation for the arts. Many are outdoors during warmer months, allowing attendees to enjoy the area’s bountiful park facilities and great weather. Community entertainment venues include amphitheaters operated by the cities of Forest Park, Jonesboro, and Riverdale.

Arts Clayton hosts many dance, music and visual arts performances. 

Clayton County Performing Arts Center hosts professional, community, and student productions in music, dance, and drama. 

The internationally renowned Spivey Hall is located on the campus of Clayton State University (CSU). This 400-seat recital hall, known for its perfect acoustics and exceptional programming, attracts some of the world’s finest performers. Spivey Hall hosts a year-round schedule of classical, world and jazz instrumental and vocal performances, and is regarded as the best music performance facility in the Southeast.

#seeclaytoncountyga #ClaytonConnected #exploregeorgia #internationalmusicday2022
It's #InternationalMusicDay and music is one of the many features that make Clayton County great. Several cities within Clayton County host community concert series and events throughout the year. These free or low-cost events are opportunities for community members to share in their appreciation for the arts. Many are outdoors during warmer months, allowing attendees to enjoy the area’s bountiful park facilities and great weather. Community entertainment venues include amphitheaters operated by the cities of Forest Park, Jonesboro, and Riverdale. Arts Clayton hosts many dance, music and visual arts performances. Clayton County Performing Arts Center hosts professional, community, and student productions in music, dance, and drama. The internationally renowned Spivey Hall is located on the campus of Clayton State University (CSU). This 400-seat recital hall, known for its perfect acoustics and exceptional programming, attracts some of the world’s finest performers. Spivey Hall hosts a year-round schedule of classical, world and jazz instrumental and vocal performances, and is regarded as the best music performance facility in the Southeast. #seeclaytoncountyga #ClaytonConnected #exploregeorgia #internationalmusicday2022
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We are excited to announce Clayton County Restaurant Week, October 17-23.  Restaurants throughout Clayton County are offering special discounts that will be honored during Restaurant Week.  Visit our website (link in bio) often to see what deals have been added and plan your breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even your desserts for that special week.  It is FREE to receive the discount...simply show the promotional code from our website to your server.  Be sure to share your best food photos and tag @SeeClaytonCounty and use hashtag #dineinclayco 

#seeclaytoncountyga #claytonconnected #exploregeorgia
We are excited to announce Clayton County Restaurant Week, October 17-23. Restaurants throughout Clayton County are offering special discounts that will be honored during Restaurant Week. Visit our website (link in bio) often to see what deals have been added and plan your breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even your desserts for that special week. It is FREE to receive the discount...simply show the promotional code from our website to your server. Be sure to share your best food photos and tag @SeeClaytonCounty and use hashtag #dineinclayco #seeclaytoncountyga #claytonconnected #exploregeorgia
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Join @claytoncountyga for their free Sip & Sounds concert tonight from 7 - 9:30 p.m. at Clayton County International Park, 2300 Hwy 138 SE, Jonesboro, GA 30236. #seeclaytoncountyga #Claytonconnected #claytoncountyinternationalpark
Join @claytoncountyga for their free Sip & Sounds concert tonight from 7 - 9:30 p.m. at Clayton County International Park, 2300 Hwy 138 SE, Jonesboro, GA 30236. #seeclaytoncountyga #Claytonconnected #claytoncountyinternationalpark
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Due to anticipated weekend weather, the Newman Wetlands Center has postponed the Wetlands & Watershed Festival until October 15th. 
#seeclaytoncountyga #newmanwetlands #claytonconnected #exploregeorgia
Due to anticipated weekend weather, the Newman Wetlands Center has postponed the Wetlands & Watershed Festival until October 15th. #seeclaytoncountyga #newmanwetlands #claytonconnected #exploregeorgia
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The Arnold-Fountain Professional Club was honored today with the naming of a portion of State Route 54 from the Clayton County/Fayette County line to U.S. Highway 41.  Comprised of dedicated educators serving African American students in Clayton County, Georgia, prior to integration in 1969 their mission is to preserve the history of education in Clayton County.  We encourage our visitors to take a moment during their travels to pay homage to these devoted professionals who have touched the lives of countless young people in Clayton County and across the Atlanta Metropolitan area. #seeclaytoncountyga
The Arnold-Fountain Professional Club was honored today with the naming of a portion of State Route 54 from the Clayton County/Fayette County line to U.S. Highway 41. Comprised of dedicated educators serving African American students in Clayton County, Georgia, prior to integration in 1969 their mission is to preserve the history of education in Clayton County. We encourage our visitors to take a moment during their travels to pay homage to these devoted professionals who have touched the lives of countless young people in Clayton County and across the Atlanta Metropolitan area. #seeclaytoncountyga
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