Heritage Winter Classics return in November
by Staff Reports
05:56 PM, Thursday, October 23
Heritage Sandy Springs Thursday announced the return of the Heritage Winter Classics indoor concert series, held one Sunday evening each month, November through February, celebrating classical, jazz and vocal music. The 2014-15 series is as follow...

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