Announcing Clayton Community Groups! Clayton Community Groups (CCGs) bring neighbors together who have shared interests, passions, and goals. These groups offer Clayton neighbors the chance to engage and connect with new neighbors in an informal, comfortable setting. CCGs meet monthly with 4-12 people, from September through December. CCGs are held in accessible locations throughout our neighborhood—businesses, homes, parks, patios. Events are listed on our Calendar, and you can get more details about each group … Continue reading Connect w/ Clayton.
It takes a village to raise a child. But where do you find that village? As out of towners without family here, we would love to create our own ‘village’ with other families here in Clayton! As a working parent it can be hard not having the same access to support groups as SATM and other caregivers have. We intend to live in Clayton for a long … Continue reading Working Parents & Kiddos
The Clayton Urbanists is a group of Clayton neighbors with an interest in how our neighborhood, and city, came to be what it is and what it can be in the future. Together we’ll learn about the history of our neighborhood and discuss how public and private plans will impact our neighborhood and how we can influence those plans. Activities: September. Walking tour of the … Continue reading Clayton Urbanists
This group is for anyone that likes to work with their hands to create something snarky, whimsical or unique while getting to know your fellow creative neighbors. Each month we’ll have a different featured craft to try, all supplies included. You are also welcome to bring whatever you are currently working on. Space is limited, so sign up here. Please bring a spill-proof bottle (so we … Continue reading Clayton Crafts
This group of women want to discuss current ideas or get feedback from others over drinks and food. How it works… Offer a question that’s on your mind. How come dogs only need their teeth brushed every few years? What would you do if you found $100 on the ground? What was your favorite childhood food that you wouldn’t admit now? What changes can Denver … Continue reading Candid Women