The Cajun French Music Association (CFMA), Baton Rouge Chapter is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of our Cajun music, Cajun dance, Cajun language and heritage. We are a non-profit 501-C3 organization that has been in existence for over 25 years. We take pride in a long history of presenting authentic Cajun dances in Baton Rouge.
UCT Hall-11175 Florida Blvd, 2 miles east of Airline Hwy at Sherwood Forest Blvd.
Please check the Fun Section of The Advocate for our ads. Also check our website, www.batonrougecajundance.com & Clarence’s site (Cajunradio.org) for dance date and bands.
Saturday May 3 – Choupique
Saturday Jun 7 – Briggs Brown & The Bayou Cajuns
Saturday Jul 19 – Jr Hebert & The Maurice Playboys
Plan your next party at a Cajun French Music Assn. Dance. You bring the cake and party food, we provide the hall and the band… all you do is pay the admission! And we’ll even teach you to Cajun dance. Moderate priced beer, wine, soft drinks, and bottled water are available but you may bring your hard liquor, celebration cakes and party foods. (Please no ice chest or sterno)
Open/combined Board and General Meeting at 6:30 PM. Please come and invite a friend.
9200 Bluebonnet Boulevard Baton Rouge, LA 70810
Some Superstitions from Acadia, as compiled by students from Crowley High, 1976
They say that switching sides when drinking from a cup can bring bad luck, and drinking coffee while
standing might cause you to lose all your money. Walking with one shoe on and one off may cause you
to lose everything you have. Sleeping on your back often causes nightmares. Boiled eggs or bananas
on a fishing trip brings bad luck. Stubbing your toe is considered bad luck, but if you pinch someone
right after – you can pass it along. Twirling a hat on your finger can cause headaches, and after a
haircut, never sweep the cuttings outside, `cause if birds use it in a nest, you will develop headaches.
Cutting a baby’s hair before it is six months old usually causes baldness before age 30. Never awaken
a sleeping person suddenly, or the frightened soul may not find its way back into the body.