Save the date! Fun for all ages!
Stir up a pot of Jambalay or some other southern dish and bring it to St. Mary’s Friday night the 23rd, along with a beverage of your choice. We will gather at 5pm to eat before the music begins.
Once again we will slide the pews out of the way to kick up our heels and have some fun! At the beginning of the night together we will learn to two-step in case you want to give it a try, but anything goes really! Kids of all ages will have a great time, and sound sleep after all that exercise is virtually guaranteed!
This time around the dance is a fundraiser for St. Mary’s operating budget – details on where to get advanced tickets, or pay for someone who may not be able to afford the ticket price, will be coming soon.
Back by popular demand – the New Riverside Ramblers! Check out their website here.
The New Riverside Ramblers Cajun dance band brings high-energy Cajun dance music from the prairies and bayous of south Louisiana up river to the upper end of the Mississippi. The New Riverside Ramblers band brings high-energy Cajun dance music from the prairies and bayous of south Louisiana to the other end of the Mississippi River. The members of the band have been immersed in Cajun music for decades. They have studied and performed with the best of the best Cajun music greats, and is a two-time winner of the Cajun French Music Association (CFMA) “Prix Dehors” award, given for the best Cajun Recording by a band from outside Louisiana. The band is the 1st place winner of the 2016 Minnesota State Fair Americana/Roots Band Contest.
Last year was our first year, and we had a hoot! Click here to see our video!