Don't stop the music! What's a little rain in Mystic?
Mystic — Miliani LeBeau, 18, her sister Shealani, 20, and their mother, Desiree, of Jewett City were dancing to the music of the local band The Rivergods on Saturday at Olde Mistick Village.
"Dancing in the rain is always fun," Desiree said.
The band, a fixture in the local music scene, was playing its first in-person public concert since the coronavirus pandemic prompted show cancellations in March.
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