events in Clayton NC | Tina Barletta, HomeTowne Realty

Learn to Use Your New Kitchen With Cooking Classes From Chef Arthur Gordon

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If you’re looking to buy a new home, odds are one of the features you’re looking for is a functional and up-to-date kitchen. If you end up buying a house with a beautiful, high-end kitchen, then you’ll want to be sure to use it.  That’s why we recommend taking cooking classes with Chef Arthur Gordon so that you can get the most out of your new … [Read more...]

Mark Your Calendars for the Clayton Harvest & Music Festival

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If you’re looking for family-friendly entertainment in Clayton, NC, then you’ll have plenty of options throughout the year. In fact, the 2014 Clayton Harvest & Music Festival provides five days of fun from September 17th through the 21st. The Clayton Harvest & Music Festival is the largest event in town with roughly 20,000  expected to … [Read more...]

Celebrate the Arts in Clayton

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Living in Clayton means that you’ll have plenty of things to do throughout the year. You’ll never find yourself short of entertainment in Clayton, NC. In fact, coming up soon is the Millstock Art & Music Festival. The Millstock Art & Music Festival will take place on Saturday June 7th at Horne Square in downtown Clayton between 10am and … [Read more...]

What Garner Performing Arts Center Brings to North Carolina

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Living in Clayton, NC means you'll be able to attend many of the city’s enjoyable attractions, such as the Garner Performing Arts Center. The Garner Performing Arts Center is one of the most popular entertainment venues among residents in Clayton. The Garner Performing Arts Center, also known as the GPAC, provides a wide variety of programming for … [Read more...]

Keep an Eye Out for Public Art on Clayton’s Sculpture Trail

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There are many benefits to living in Clayton, but one of greatest advantages of the city is the fact that it is so dedicated to the arts – much more so than many other small towns. If you decide to live in Clayton, then you should be sure to check out an example of this commitment to the arts by taking a walk on Clayton’s sculpture trail. One of … [Read more...]