Weber School to host Artfully Yours events
by Neighbor Staff
01:29 PM, Saturday, April 18
The Weber School, 6751 Roswell Road in Sandy Springs, will host Artfully Yours, its three-day celebration of music, dance, drama, literary and visual art, April 26 through 28. The event will cover how the school’s fine and performing arts program ...

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