The Cleveland Roller Mill is an old waterwheel powered flour mill from the 1800’s that is preserved and operated as a Museum in the community of Cleveland, New Mexico, just a few miles west of Mora. (Watch for the sign on the highway.) It’s an amazing and iconic northern New Mexico sort of place, and every year we’ve been honored to play a fundraising dance, held in the top floor of the old 3 story adobe structure. It’s also a potluck and campout, and just generally a great time. The dancing usually starts around 7:00, but folks will be gathering all afternoon, and there will be a pot-luck dinner around 5:00. It’s a unique and often magical event, and it’s for a good cause too! Hope to see you there!