Join us on Mondays to jam and learn
Community Bible Church (CBC)
Fellowship Hall (Round building at end of parking lot)
8354 Jefferson Highway
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70809
From 6 PM until 8:30 PM
Join us today!!! Your membership includes access to free tab for all music played during jam sessions; seasonal classes; unlimited access to help along your dulcimer playing journey; and endless hours of peace as you learn to play the sweet sounds of the dulcimer and join with others as they play. (Note membership fees do not include Fete registration fees.)
Membership fees (dues renew December 1st every year)
*Family (2 adults & children under 18) - $20.00 per year
*Single Member - $15.00 per year
Membership Form (link not currently working)
7/16/16 Farmer's Market 8 - 10 AM
7/16/16 Jones Creek Library 2 - 3 PM
7/30/16 Greenwell Springs Library 12:30 - 1 PM
8/6/16 Farmer's Market 8 - 10 AM
8/20/16 Farmer's Market 8 - 10 AM
The Lagniappe Dulcimer Society was organized in the fall of 1997 after a group of our members took an LSU Leisure Class which taught the Mountain Dulcimer. This class was taught by Maylee Samuels. When the class ended, the students decided that the only way to stay motivated and advance their skills was to start a group that could meet regularly and jam. The rest is history. Much to our surprise, our first meeting in February of 1998 was well attended. Many of the founding members are still active in our group to this day. The Lagniappe Dulcimer Society has a membership of more than 70 musicians. We are still growing as we share our love for the mountain dulcimer with the Baton Rouge community at farmers markets, libraries, schools, festivals, museums, nursing homes, senior groups, churches, as well as private gatherings. We would love to include you in our history. Contact us for more information.
It is our Mission ....
•To provide enjoyment and fulfillment to dulcimer music enthusiasts and musicians as they join with other dulcimer players to learn and improve their musical skills.
•To be able to reach the general public in order to teach the history of the dulcimer as well as provide entertainment and enrichment.
•To provide opportunities for dulcimer players to incorporate other musical instruments into activities and interface with the wider musical community.
•To foster a genuine love of dulcimer music and teach the simplicity of playing the instrument in both traditional and contemporary modes.