And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the pleasure of performing at the 2019 Bellefonte Area High School Homecoming dance. Bellefonte Area High School’s student body council sponsors the event each year prior to the homecoming kickoff game. During the dance, students had a chance to greet the students chosen for the 2019 Bellefonte Area High School homecoming court.

And We Danced DJ Entertainment welcomed Bellefonte Area High School’s students entering the high school cafeteria with lights and music. Students in the room were dancing, singing, posing for selfies and taking video of the lively event. The Bellefonte Area High School students danced to quite a few crowd pleasers such as the Cupid Shuffle and the Cha Cha Slide. When Pitbull’s Fireball began to play, the crowd quickly formed a conga line that traveled throughout the cafeteria gaining more and more conga dancers.

Homecoming welcomes back current Bellefonte Area High School students, former Bellefonte Area High School students, Bellefonte Area High School teachers and former Bellefonte Area High School teachers. Usually homecoming is focused upon a sporting event such as a football game. Homecoming activities encouraged school pride and support as the Bellefonte Red Raiders took on the Penns Valley Rams.

Later in the week at the Bellefonte Red Raiders – Penns Valley Rams football game, Bellefonte Area High School crowned its homecoming queen and king at halftime. The homecoming court included second runners-up Kara Mellott and Mitchell Holden along with runners-up Olivia Reiter and Tyler Muse. The 2019 homecoming queen was Mallorie Smith. The 2019 homecoming king was Aaron Little. Congratulations to all of these fine young adults!

Thank you Bellefonte Area High School for allowing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to play a part in your 2019 Homecoming celebrations!

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And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the pleasure of providing music for the Penn State Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity’s welcome reception that was held at Heritage Hall in Penn State’s HUB Robeson Center. Various Penn State organizations were on hand eager to talk to new and returning students. Brian Patchcoski, Director of the Penn State Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity, and Sonya Wilmoth, Assistant Director of the Penn State Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity, were greeting and welcoming students to the festive gathering.

This is the second year that And We Danced DJ Entertainment provided music for the awesome event! Students, faculty and organizational staff had fun hearing and dancing to LBGTQ Pride songs, pop LBGTQ songs and familiar line dancing songs such as the YMCA, Cupid Shuffle and the Cha Cha Slide. Even some of Penn State’s local police force members could not pass up the opportunity of dancing to the Cupid Shuffle.

Penn State’s Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity serves the entire Penn State community. It is currently located in the Boucke Building. Normal hours are Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm, and Wednesday they have expanded hours from 5 pm to 8 pm. The group recently changed it’s name to better serve the diversity that exists in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and related identities of the LGBTQ+ community. They offer educational social and supportive programs alongside workshops and individual consultations. The staff is always available and eager to support students, faculty and staff and honor each person’s gender and sexual diversity. The group has social media links to their activities on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr and Snapchat.

We send a big thank you out to the Penn State Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity for choosing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be part of your welcoming reception!

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And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the pleasure of providing the ceremony music and reception entertainment for the marriage of Anastasia and Bobby. Mike Brossman performed the beautiful outdoor ceremony in Woodland, PA. Anastasia wore a gorgeous white, sleeveless gown while her bridesmaids wore delightful black dresses or gowns. The bride and her bridal party carried bouquets of red and white roses alongside fetching greenery. Bobby wore a maroon shirt, black slacks, black vest and a single red rose surrounded by greenery as his boutonnière. His groomsmen wore black shirts, black pants, maroon vests and a single white rose flanked with greenery as their boutonnières. The couple’s dog also served as a groomsman and wore a bandanna sporting the phrase, “I Do Too.”

The groom’s sister, Stacey, fabricated the two layer wedding cake. Micaela Burkholder of Micaela Burholder Photography was the wonderful photographer that captured the couple’s exchange of vows, first dance and all the enchanting moments throughout the day and night. Mabel’s Pizza Shop of Clearfield provided a delicious buffet of cheese, pepperoni, sausage and white pizza for all to partake and enjoy. Pierogies were also a tasty treat paired with butter and other yummy toppings.

And We Danced DJ Entertainment kept the excitement flowing with memorable music to pump up the crowd. The newlyweds began their night dancing to “Greatest Love Story” by LANCO. Bobby and Anastasia were not afraid to show the crowd their dance moves throughout the night. The crowd was eager to dance and have fun under the warm, star filled night sky. And We Danced DJ Entertainment said goodnight to the crowd with Garth Brooks’ “Friends In Low Places.”

Thank you Bobby and Anastasia for choosing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be a part of your wedding day festivities. Good luck in your new life as husband and wife!

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And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the pleasure of celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Israel and Nancy Chapa at Above The Valley Special Event Center. Israel and Nancy’s two lovely children planned the event. Israel and Nancy renewed their vows and celebrated with a lovely buffet furnished by Harrison’s followed by the cutting of the cake and dancing. Many friends and family members were on hand to celebrate this momentous occasion.

Nicole Chapa, daughter of Israel and Nancy, gave a brief history of the meeting and growth of love between Israel and Nancy. Nancy is a former flight attendant. While on a layover in New York City, Nancy and a fellow flight attendant decided they were hungry for Mexican food. The Mexican Restaurant’s maitre’d was Israel. Nancy found Israel handsome, while Israel was captivated by Nancy’s beauty. The couple finally eloped, and Israel opened a Mexican Restaurant in Connecticut. Eventually the couple retired and moved to the Centre County region of Pennsylvania.

Israel and Nancy were serenaded with violin music from their grandson David Diaz. A special song was written and performed for the anniversary couple by Joel Waan. Joel played the ukulele while singing to the happy couple and their guests. Nicole and her boyfriend, Vinny “Vungh” Waan, choreographed a lovely Bachata dance to Lola Jane’s “Kiss Me.” Nicole and Vinny were awesome Latin dancers. Later, they continued to wow the guests with their Latin moves.

Since the anniversary couple eloped the first time, their children wanted to celebrate this golden anniversary in a grander way with And We Danced DJ Entertainment. Nancy and Israel opened up the dance floor with “Country Bumpkin” by Cal Smith. Following the opening dance, And We Danced DJ Entertainment continued to play the music the happy couple enjoyed. Country, Salsa, Bachata, Merengue and Pop were the featured dance genres for the guests’ dancing enjoyment.

Thank you Israel and Nancy for choosing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be a part of your Golden Wedding Anniversary festivities. Enjoy all the sweet memories you two garnered in your fifty years together!

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As Alice Cooper says, “School’s Out for Summer.” Seniors have said their goodbye to teachers and classmates. The next step is to celebrate the end of high school with a graduation party!

And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the chance to celebrate Skyelar’s graduation from Newport High School. Skyelar invited friends and family to celebrate her high school graduation with food, fun, Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths and the DJs from And We Danced DJ Entertainment. Music was playing while Skyelar, family and friends stepped behind Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths BIG camera and posed with various graduation props commemorating Skyelar’s achievement.

Skyelar displayed her many trophies of her sportsmanship in basketball and soft ball while attending Newport High School. As she bobbed her head to the music, Skyelar mingled with her guests. Many asked where she plans to go to college and her major. Skyelar replied that she is attending the Pennsylvania College of Technology, formerly Penn College, where she plans to study to become a physician’s assistant.

And We Danced DJ Entertainment can ROCK your Graduation party! Our DJs are ready to make your graduation party unforgettable. And We Danced DJ Entertainment orchestrates all the music you want for the big event. As the guest of honor, you have the ability to plan your music for the party. And We Danced DJ Entertainment also plays music to make all your guests highly satisfied. Our DJs will emcee the entire event, interact with your guests to keep the dance floor packed and fine tune the music selection to fit your party needs. Music is the pulsation of a successful and memorable graduation party! And We Danced DJ Entertainment’s primary goal is to help you have the best graduation party with one of our DJs! Get the party started now by contacting And We Danced DJ Entertainment!

Thank you Skyelar for allowing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be a part of your Class of 2019 celebration. Good luck as you continue your search for knowledge at the Pennsylvania College of Technology!

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And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the pleasure of providing sound and music for the recent marriage of Aimee Morgan and Jarrod Prebola at Belleville’s Brookmere Winery. Father Drew Morgan conducted the delightful ceremony. Aimee’s cousin Madison sung “The Way I Am” while Jarrod’s grandparents, the newlywed’s parents and Aimee’s tuxedo clad pooch were escorted to their seats. Madison was exquisite singing the beautiful “Ave Maria” following Fr. Morgan’s reflection. Aimee wore a stunning sleeveless, lace, white bridal gown designed by Maggie Sottero. The bridesmaids were garbed in champagne. Jarrod was attired in a gray suit while his groomsmen donned navy blue with petal pink ties. Beautiful doves were also present for the ceremony.

JP Edwards Grill and Bar, under the direction of Bobbi Unger, presented a delightful assortment of hors d’oeuvres and a delicious buffet for all to partake and enjoy. RW Photography was the wonderful photographer that captured the couple’s exchange of vows, first dance and all the enchanting moments throughout the day and night. Dorosh Documentaries made the couple’s video moments special with the use of drones. Aimee’s mom and sister lovingly decorated the wedding scene with flowers and crafted the beguiling bouquets, boutonnieres and corsages held or worn by family and friends. Dolce Vita created the gorgeous wedding cake. The newlyweds also had a dessert display featuring homemade cookies and candy for guests to partake, take home and enjoy.

And We Danced DJ Entertainment kept the excitement flowing with memorable music to pump up the crowd. The newlyweds began their night dancing to “Gravity” by John Mayer. Family and friends laughed and cheered while Jarrod and Aimee played the Shoe Game. At the end of the game, it was apparent that Jarrod and Aimee were the ideal couple. And We Danced DJ Entertainment kept the dance floor packed the entire night! Since Jarrod and Aimee are avid Penn State football fans, And We Danced DJ Entertainment serenaded the couple with the Penn State Fight Song.

Thank you Jarrod and Aimee for choosing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be a part of your wedding day festivities. Good luck in your new life as husband and wife!

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And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the pleasure of celebrating the marriage of Holly Shearin and Ryan Kiser at Belleville’s Brookmere Winery. Andy Thrift united the couple in matrimony. The bride chose a Victorian Chic theme for the wedding and played off the colors of wine. Holly wore a gorgeous One Enchanted Evening Mori Lee bridal gown. Her bridesmaids were adorned in mauve. Ryan wore a navy blue suit, and his groomsmen were garbed in white shirts, blue pants and ties.

Kickin’ Kater presented a generous assortment of hors d’oeuvres and a delectable buffet for all to partake and indulge. Pocketful of Posies created the wonderful flower arrangements for the bride, her wedding party, family and the delectable cascade of peonies and flora over the trellis while Ryan and Holly exchanged vows. Two C’s Photography was the wonderful photographer that captured the couple’s exchange of vows and all the enchanting moments throughout the marvelous day and night. And We Danced DJ Entertainment provided the musical entertainment for the night.

Ryan and Holly began their night dancing to Kina Grannis’ “Can’t Help Falling In Love.” And We Danced DJ Entertainment kept the crowd hopping. Holly and Ryan were not afraid to show the crowd their dance moves. Ryan enjoyed playing his air guitar during a few punk songs while Holly got down to funk and hip hop songs. The crowd was eager to dance and have fun under the star filled sky. At the end of Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes’ “(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life”, the crowd formed a line and serenaded Holly and Ryan with a sparkler sendoff.

Thank you Ryan and Holly for choosing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be a part of your wedding day festivities. Good luck in your new life as husband and wife!

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And We Danced DJ Entertainment proudly kept the Olympic Village lively for all of the athletes, friends, family and fans that came to compete and watch the competition during the Pennsylvania Special Olympics held at Penn State’s University Park campus! Pennsylvania Special Olympics organized festivities to celebrate their 50th year. A large canvas was on display in the Olympic Village for people to sign and leave a message in commemoration of this big event. Volunteers gladly wore their gold t-shirts displaying this big achievement.

Around 2,000 athletes come each year from all over the state of Pennsylvania to compete in various Special Olympic events. And We Danced DJ Entertainment was bombarded with hellos from athletes seen in previous years. We were happy to see the smiling faces of athletes, coaches and family members as they made their way to their competition event. Athletes proudly showed off the medals awarded for first, second and third place finishes. And We Danced DJ Entertainment gladly took requests from the crowd, played some fan favorite line dances and kept the people smiling and happy traveling to and from events.

Spider-Man, Batman and Doctor Strange were on hand to cheer, pose and greet athletes traveling through the Olympic Village. Eat’n Park dispensed cookies and had an area set up for young and old to decorate cookies if they so desired. The Eat’n Park cookie could also be seen dancing, shaking hands and posing for pictures with athletes traveling through the Olympic Village. Sheetz had guests spin a wheel to win prizes. They also had large containers surrounding the Olympic Village filled with Gatorade and water for thirsty athletes, coaches and family members. The 2019 Centre County Dairy Princess, Laurel Fogleman, and 2019 Centre County Alternate Dairy Princess, Shawna Weaver, were displaying their keen dairy knowledge to athletes and parents. The Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup and Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar could be scene traveling through the Olympic Village shaking hands, posing for pictures and dancing to the lively tunes being played by And We Danced DJ Entertainment. Athletes could not leave on Saturday without stopping by the Panda Express booth and partaking of some delicious orange chicken.

Thank you to Pennsylvania’s Special Olympic Athletes and Committee for allowing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be a part of the 50th Anniversary of the PA Special Olympics Event!

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