BRSCD Dance Social Program: Oct 26, 2013
The Baton Rouge Scottish Country Dance Group is a section of the Caledonian Society of Baton Rouge dedicated to the preservation of Scottish social dancing.
The dancers meet weekly from 7:00--9:00pm on Monday nights at Broadmoor Presbyterian Church, (9340 Florida Boulevard, Baton Rouge, LA 70815).
A $1 donation is requested to give to the church for their facilities.
Founded by members of the Caledonian Society in 1989, The Baton Rouge Scottish Country Dancers have danced around Louisiana and the Gulf South at both public and private functions for over twenty years. They are however, a primarily social group and dance because it's fun! You are invited to come join the dance!
(Beginners and walk-ins are welcome. You do not need to bring a partner, and you do not need to own a kilt). Soft soled dance shoes are recommended but not required.
For more information, contact: Morgan McGlone (Instructor) at (225)803-7021 or James Mungall (Instructor) at (225) 278-1577 or email us at TBRSCD@gmail.com.
On July 1, 2013, our beloved Dance Instructor, Lyndon Williams passed away suddenly in his sleep. He taught us many things, and was far more than a dance teacher to us. He placed the joy of dancing as the highest priority in our classes and performances. We will continue dancing for the joy of it and continue his legacy and dedication to the Baton Rouge Scottish Country Dancers.
The Caledonian Society of Baton Rouge is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit organization
dedicated to promoting and preserving Scottish culture in and around the Gulf South.