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8/4/2014 - 08/04/2014: Live Music Wednesday

Live Music Wednesdays – Weekly Music Series in Storrs Center


Local Musicians Play Every Wednesday from 5-7 PM

August 4, 2014 – Live Music Wednesdays is a weekly occurrence in Storrs Center throughout the warmer months of the year and provides an opportunity to hear local talent and enjoy Mansfield’s new downtown. Each Wednesday, local musicians play from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Dog Lane Courtyard between MOOYAH Burgers & Fries and Geno’s Grille. (In the event of rain, musicians play indoors at the UConn Co-op Bookstore at Storrs Center located at One Royce Circle). The music is free and the public is invited to make an evening of it and explore all of the shops and restaurants now open in Mansfield’s new downtown.

Live Music Wednesdays August line-up:
August 6 – Seldom Heard
August 13 – Gideon Ampeire
August 20 – Sweet Tarts
August 27 – Cameron Sutphin

To stay informed of the Live Music Wednesdays line-up, visit the events section on the Storrs Center Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/StorrsCenter

Located at the intersection of Storrs Road and the University of Connecticut, Storrs Center is a new mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented downtown in Mansfield, Connecticut. The downtown features shops, restaurants, services, apartment homes, and future for-sale residences interspersed with a new Town Square and public areas. Parking in the Storrs Center Garage is free for the first two hours and $1 per hour thereafter, with a daily maximum charge of $8. The Dog Lane Parking Lot offers free parking with a 2 hour limit.

For more information about Storrs Center, visit www.storrscenter.com.

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Storrs Center is a mixed-use town center and main street corridor at the crossroads of the Town of Mansfield, Connecticut and the University of Connecticut. Located along Storrs Road adjacent to the University, the Town Hall, the regional high school, and the community center, Storrs Center knits thoughtful architecture, pedestrian-oriented streets, and public spaces into a series of small neighborhoods that make up the new fabric of the town center. Ground floor retail and commercial uses opening onto landscaped sidewalks reinforce traditional street front activity and is supported by residences above and shared community spaces. Storrs Center combines retail, restaurant, and office uses with residential apartments.

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