Heritage Sandy Springs revisiting the Civil War
by Bobby Tedder
02:26 PM, Thursday, August 28
The public is invited to experience a glimpse of life on the home front in Civil War-era Sandy Springs. Blue & Gray Saturday — billed as a free family fun day — is set to take over the outdoor fringes of the Heritage Sandy Springs Museum. The even...

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