Beaufort's Tommy and Sheri O'Brien dance Monday night to the Motown music of Deas-Guyz at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. Tommy O'Brien said he started bringing his own dance floor to the Beaufort Water Festival about five years ago. "I got tired of dancing on the grass," he said.
Beaufort's Tommy and Sheri O'Brien dance Monday night to the Motown music of Deas-Guyz at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. Tommy O'Brien said he started bringing his own dance floor to the Beaufort Water Festival about five years ago. "I got tired of dancing on the grass," he said. SARAH WELLIVER/The Beaufort Gazette
Beaufort's Tommy and Sheri O'Brien dance Monday night to the Motown music of Deas-Guyz at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. Tommy O'Brien said he started bringing his own dance floor to the Beaufort Water Festival about five years ago. "I got tired of dancing on the grass," he said. SARAH WELLIVER/The Beaufort Gazette

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