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Saturday music series continues at Storrs Center

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On Dec. 8, the band SDL will play from 2 to 3 p.m., followed by the Conn-Men (http://www.conn-men.org), an all-male a cappella group, from 3 to 4 p.m.
The performances are free, and the public is invited to make a day of it and explore all of the new shops and restaurants now open at Storrs Center.

Local musicians perform every Saturday in December at Storrs Center, Mansfield’s new downtown complex on Route 195 (Storrs Road) adjacent to UConn’s south campus.

On Dec. 8, the band SDL will play from 2 to 3 p.m., followed by the Conn-Men (http://www.conn-men.org), an all-male a cappella group, from 3 to 4 p.m.

The performances are free, and the public is invited to make a day of it and explore all of the new shops and restaurants now open at Storrs Center.

Both groups plan to perform outdoors on Dog Lane. In the event of rain, performers may move indoors to one of the open shops or restaurants in Storrs Center.

The music series continues with the following performers:

Saturday, Dec. 15 – The Recliners

Saturday, Dec. 22 – Full Gael (http://www.fullgael.com )

Saturday, Dec. 29 – Mike Casey Jazz Quartet (http://www.mikecaseyjazz.com)

Questions? Please visit the Storrs Center Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/StorrsCenter

Storrs Center is a new mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented downtown in Storrs-Mansfield, Connecticut with shops, restaurants, services, apartments, a town square and public areas as well as a parking garage open to the public, with a second garage now under construction.

For more information about this ongoing project, visit www.storrscenter.com

Posted December 8, 2012

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