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Upcoming Dance Schedule:

All dances begin at 8:00 p.m. All dances are open to the public
Free dance lessons with paid admission begin at 7:15 p.m.
$10 for CFMA members; $12 for non-members and $7 for students with an ID. Children age 12 and under are admitted free

  • October 18 (Friday):  Paul Daigle & Cajun Gold (Halloween Dance)
  • November 15 (Friday):  Chris Miller & Bayou Roots (Cajun Traditions Dance)
  • December 14 (Saturday):  Choupique Cajun Band avec Jesse Brown (Christmas Dance)

Where:

UCT Hall
11175 Florida Blvd. (just west of Sherwood Forest)
Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  .

Cajun Jam Sessions

Cajun Jam Sessions are held on the third Sunday of each month, 3:00 to 5:00 pm, at the West Baton Rouge Museum in Port Allen. Come and enjoy live Cajun music.

October………..Jonno Frishberg
November…….Jesse Brown Family
December……..Open. TBA soon

All Cajun musicians, dancers and fans are welcome. This is a free event. The Jam Sessions are held in the Museum’s Brick Gallery.

CFMA Board Meeting:

The next CFMA Board meeting will be on Wednesday, October 9th at 6:30 p.m.   It is open to all members and visitors.   Meetings are held at Cutrone’s Barber Shop at 711 Jefferson Highway, Baton Rouge.

Remembering Chuck

With great sadness we announce the passing of our fellow member Chuck Bark on August 29, 2019. An active member for many years, Chuck has also served as a Board member of the CFMA Baton Rouge chapter and was an enthusiastic member of our chapter’s Dance Troupe. Friends describe him as a man with lots of integrity, always the most perfect friend with lots of love to share and a dedicated Cajun (Yankee-transplant) Dancer. We’ve all enjoyed his sharp intellect and frequent witty comments since he moved to the Baton Rouge area. Chuck devoted a great deal of energy to maintaining and upgrading our web site, and expanded our chapter’s use of email and presence on Facebook, to help reach a wider audience of Cajun music fans.

WBRZ TV has this profile of Chuck recognizing his work as the news director until his retirement in 2015, and his love of Cajun culture developed while living in Louisiana. His previous employer, WALA TV in Mobile, also acknowledged Chuck’s professionalism in the news department there.

We will sorely miss Chuck’s presence in our association, and offer our condolences and prayers to his family.