Dancehalls in Terrebonne Parish

Little Caillou Rose Room

Ronald Pellegrin: After WWII, Aswell Guidry and Dudley Callais, from South Lafourche purchased land on bayouside of Little Caillou from my father, Sivest Pellegrin, to build a dance hall. Around 1950 they sold the Rose Room to our cousin, Royal Pellegrin, from Montegut, Louisiana. He doubled the size of the the business. It had a restaurant, bar, and dance hall. Royal hired my father, Sivest, my m ...[Read More]

Dream Lounge

Theo Chassion: It was a building built on pontoons- on the water. It would be rocking back and forth the whole time people would dance.

Antoine Naquin’s Dancehall

Theo Chassion: The owner was Chief Antoine Naquin (1956-1978) he had a grocery store had a room built on one side that served as a dance hall on Saturday nights, church on Sunday, community meeting place, and school during week days.