Nutalusa (pronounced nut-a-loose-ah) is a local band with an energizing and heart-warming mix of traditional and inventive Cajun and Zydeco style dance music. They will get your dance bones going with sweet melodies and raw beats for zydeco, two-step and waltz. Learn more about the band and their music here.
The venue is the lovely Carroll Baldwin Hall, a MD Historic Trust site built in 1921-22 in the town of Savage, MD (located just off Rt. 1 between Laurel and Columbia) to honor the life of Carroll Baldwin, the beloved supervisor of Savage Mill. The Richardsonian Romanesque-style building was constructed "for the welfare and happiness of the whole community." The signature stonework of the exterior came from the nearby Little Patuxent River; inside are original wooden floors ideal for dancing the night away.
6 - 7 pm: Dance lesson for everyone
7 - 10 pm: Open dance
Suggested donation: $5-10 at the door
BYOB; soft drinks and snacks will be available for a donation.
This event is made possible by Nutalusa and the Carroll Baldwin Memorial Institute, Inc.