|All Out Sports League
|All Out Sports League is dedicated to providing an amazing sporting experience for the youth and adults who play in our programs. We will provide outstanding customer service and go the extra mile to make sure you enjoy your experience at All Out.
|Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corp
|BD Performing Arts permanently enriches the lives of young people through a commitment to youth development and performance excellence, while providing enjoyment for our local community and audiences worldwide. BDPA offers young men and women between the ages of 7 and 25 high quality educational and performance experiences in the areas of musical and dance performance.
|Claycord 4H Club
|4-H, the largest youth development organization in the nation, helps young people to reach their full potential as competent, confident, leaders of character who contribute and are connected to their communities. 4-H serves youth 5-19 years-old throughout California in urban, suburban and rural communities.
|Clayton Boy Scouts (Troop 484)
|BSA Troop 484 is located in Clayton, CA at the foothills of Mount Diablo. We are a Scout led troop guided by Adult Leaders. We believe in creating a positive and safe environment where scouts can mature into young responsible adults, serving in leadership positions as they embark on the path to Eagle Scout. The troop meets every Monday at 7:30 PM. (The first Monday of the month is reserved for the parent meeting and the scout leaders only.)
|Clayton Business and Community Association
|The Clayton Business & Community Association (CBCA) was formed in 1984. We are a non-sectarian, non-partisan and non-profit community organization. Working together, our goal is to promote the general welfare, prosperity and common goodof the entire Clayton community. Membership of more than 200 includes local professionals, businesses and passionate individuals who share interests. P.O Box 436, Clayton, CA 94517 Phone: 925-672-2272 Fax: 925-672-1367
|Clayton Community Library
|The Clayton Community Library brings knowledge to our fingertips through books, music and technology, opening minds to new people, cultures, and ideas.
|Clayton Scouts (Pack 262)
|Cub Scouting is open to all students from first through fifth grades. When Cubs aren’t working to achieve their next badge of rank, they are camping, hiking, building pinewood derby cars, shooting off rockets or enjoying an adventure with their family and making new friends. Pack 262 meets at 7:00 PM on the third Thursday of most months (exceptions are noted on our calendar) during the school year at Mount Diablo Elementary in Clayton.
|Clayton Girl Scouts
|Girl Scouts came to California in 1917, and almost one hundred years later, in 2007, the Girl Scouts of Northern California was incorporated, comprising five former councils, home to 44,000 girls and 29,000 adults across 19 counties.
|Clayton Historical Society
|The Clayton Historical Society was founded in 1974 to “research, collect, record, preserve, display, borrow, share, and interpret local history information and memorabilia, and to promote understanding of Clayton origins and development.”
|Clayton Theatre Company
|After years of attending successful events, festivals, and music in the park concerts, we feel the Clayton community is hungry for and deserves quality performing arts. Whether you are on the stage or in the audience, local theater will unite us in an enjoyable experience. Introducing new people to our beautiful downtown, its businesses, and restaurants.
|Clayton Valley Concord Sunrise Rotary Club
|The Rotary Club of Clayton Valley/Concord Sunrise is located 30 miles east of San Francisco in Northern California and consists of about 50 members. We meet each Thursday at the Oakhurst Country Club for 7 a.m. breakfast, 1001 Peacock Creek Dr, Clayton. Clayton Valley Rotary is part of a worldwide organization of more than 33,000 Rotary clubs in 168 countries around the world. Rotary is an important non-governmental, non-religious, non-political service organization serving humanitarian goals in the world.
|Clayton Valley Garden Club
|The Clayton Valley Garden Club is a Non-Profit 501(C)(3) organization, formed to bring together people in our area with a common interest in gardening, and to develop that interest, make new friendships, and have fun together! Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month (February – November) from 7:00 9:00 PM at Diamond Terrace, 6401 Center Street, Clayton, CA.
|Clayton Valley Woman’s Club
|GFWC Clayton Valley Woman’s Club (GFWC) was organized and federated in 1973 as Clayton Valley Woman’s Club. The Club is made up of community-minded women of all ages, from the Clayton/Concord area, who have joined together to provide community service through providing scholarships and supporting local organizations. The Club meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, except July and August. Coffee and snacks are served at 9.30 am, the meeting begins at 10 am and the program at 11 am. We are currently meeting at Clayton Valley Community Church, 6055 Main St, Clayton CA 94517
|Clayton Valley VFW Post
|The Lt. Jerry Novakovich, Post 1525, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States is located at 2290 Willow Pass Road in Concord, California. Our building was constructed in the late 1920s and maintained throughout the years to retain the majestics of that era. Post 1525 welcomes all, be they veterans or civilians, for we are proud to be a part of America’s Community.
|Clayton Valley Village
|Clayton Valley Village is an inter-generational community of seniors and volunteers organized to help members remain active, involved and independent in their own homes. We are one of nearly 400 villages currently open or in development across the United States. Our official launch is May 1, 2017. We are overseen by our own CVV Task Force, all neighbors committed to creating a village in the Clayton Valley Community. Clayton Valley Village is a membership based, 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are developing a set of programs and services for seniors, using resources and talents that exist within our community.
|Kiwanis International is a global organization of members dedicated to serving the children of the world. Kiwanis and its family of club nearly 600,000 members annually raise more than US$100 million and dedicate more than 18 million volunteer hours to strengthen communities and serve children. Meetings are held at 4301 Clayton Road, Concord, CA 94521 at Buttercup Grill & Bar on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month.
|Concord Lions Club
|The Concord Lions Club was formed in October of 2007. Our membership is composed of men and women of all ages, all backgrounds, all religions, all political affiliations, all nationalities, and all ethnic groups. We are united, however; in our desire to help those in need in our community, state, country, and the world. The goal of our mission is to provide an environment where family members can work side by side to enrich their own and the life’s of others.
|Concord/Clayton American Association of University Women Branch
|AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education and research. AAUW is Californiaâ€™s most active and diverse organization for women offering action for equity, personal and professional growth, community leadership and friendships. The purpose of the AAUW-Concord Branch is to unite graduates of regionally accredited educational institutions in order to promote equity, education, intellectual growth, individual worth, and development of opportunities for women and girls. To contact, email email@example.com or send mail to Concord AAUW, PO Box 434, Concord, CA 94522.
|Mt. Diablo State Park
|Many visitors to Mount Diablo head straight for the Summit to enjoy the famous view. As mountains go, Mount Diablo isn’t particularly tall – only 3,849 feet. However, it is surrounded by low, rolling hills and broad, flat valleys, so the view from the Summit is remarkable. When conditions are best, you can see almost 200 miles. Gates open 8:00am and close at sunset. Visitors should plan to be in their vehicles by sunset and headed out to avoid being locked in.
|Mt. Diablo Trail Ride Association
|Nestled in the hills along the northeastern slope of Mt. Diablo you’ll find one of the best kept secrets in the East Bay-The Concord Mt. Diablo Trail Ride Association. We are a not-for-profit organization dedicated to horsemanship, land preservation and fun!
|Soroptomist International of Diablo Vista
|Soroptimist International’s mission is to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment. The vision of Soroptimist is to be the voluntary service organization chosen by individuals committed to improving the lives of women & girls in local communities & throughout the world. The Diablo Vista chapter (Clayton, Concord and Pleasant Hill) meets monthly at the La Veranda Cafe, Clayton, California, 94517.