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Barrington Hall Cooking Classes with Chef John Wilson
Ongoing on the second Tuesday of each Month.

Join Chef John Wilson in the kitchen of Roswell's historic home, Barrington Hall, for an evening of cooking, wine, dinner and fun. Cost $50 pp, limited to 10 people.
Times:6:30PM - 9:30PM
Where:Barrington Hall, Roswell, GA
Barrington Hall
535 Barrington Dr. Roswell 30075
Additional Info:Website: http://www.southerntrilogy.com
Phone: 770-640-3855

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