Clyde Shepherd Nature Preserve (formerly South Peachtree Creek Nature Preserve) is located in the Medlock Park neighborhood of DeKalb County. The entrance is located at the intersection of Wood Trail Lane and Pine Bluff Road. The 28-acre nature preserve opened in 1995 under the management of South Peachtree Creek Nature Preserves, Inc., (SPCNP) a non-profit, neighborhood organization with the goal of preserving natural spaces in the South Peachtree Creek watershed. SPCNP Inc. maintains the property for the protection of wildlife and the enjoyment of our neighbors and other visitors.
HomeGrown Decatur is a community of talented artisans and craftspeople, from Atlanta and the surrounding region.
What started in 2010 as 35 emerging artists struggling to find a market for their work has grown to a local institution offering the work of 100+ creators and small, regional producers.
Our mission stated simply: Provide an affordable bricks and mortar retail home for emerging local and regional makers while providing an everchanging array of finely crafted art and goods for our shoppers while offering unsurpassed customer service.
We are honored to be recognized with multiple “Best of Atlanta” awards from Creative Loafing and a nod in the June 2013 issue of “Southern Living” magazine!
All the buzz, thanks to the talent and creativity on display from our artists!
So, stop on by. Sign your name to our 1950’s graffiti refrigerator up front. Get your picture taken with the Shrine to Mr. T in the back. And find yourself something beautiful made right here, in our community, by one of HomeGrown’s 100 talented artists.
Whereas most microbreweries have a rough, informal industrial feel, Three Taverns presents a welcoming parlor with plenty of seating inside and out. As usual, you buy so many tokens and get a glass and so many free tastings. Service is friendly and efficient, and their beers are fabulous. They have a more-or-less private upstairs room if you want an intimate meeting with a few friends, or just want to escape the crowds. If you love beer and live or work on the east side of Atlanta, this is a must.