Dijkstra-Sweiven Wedding Reception, Saturday, July 22, 1989

Bride: Jill Dykstra ; Groom: Paul Sweiven(pronounced "Swy-venn"); Mother of the Bride: Marilyn Dykstra

Decathlon Club, 7800 Cedar Ave. S., Bloomington
Load truck 5:30 Friday, July 21; Set up 6:45-7:45
White shirts; black slacks, jackets, and bow ties

Directed by Glen Newton

Tentative Lineup

Songs requested by Jill Dykstra: New York, New York; Theme from Ice Castles (wedding party); As Time Goes By (bride and groom dance); a polka; a butterfly; dollar dance

Set I

This Could Be the Start of Something Big
Bride and Groom Dance: As Time Goes By
Wedding Party Dance: Ice Castles
Stardust ("B")
Satin Doll
Proud Mary (Dave Volpe arr.)
Feelin' Groovy
Little Brown Jug - Book II, #9
Moonlight Serenade
Take the "A" Train

Set II

Dollar Dance Medley: Traces, Can You Read My Mind, I Won't Last a Day Without You, Ain't Misbehavin'
String of Pearls
In the Mood - Book I
I Can't Stop Loving You
Embraceable You
Prom Polka
Polka Medley
September Song ("B")


New York, New York
All of Me
Lil' Darlin'
Don't Get Around Much Anymore
American Patrol
Mr. Lucky
Leap Frog
Mr. Bojangles
Makin' Whoopie
Come in From the Rain

Set IV

Sweet Georgia Brown
Georgia on My Mind
This Guy's in Love With You
That Warm Feeling
Ramblin' Rose
Bandstand Boogie
I Can't Give You Anything But Love
Thanks for the Memory

Special (for requests; make sure you have the music)


* Hot-Cha Cha Cha (cha-cha)
* Pan (bossa nova/latin)
* Prom Polka (polka)
* Lichtensteiner (polka)
* Melody of Love (waltz)
* You Came a Long Way from St. Louis (rock)
* She Works Hard for the Money (rock)
* La Bamba (latin)


* Marie (Dorsey)
* Solitude (Ellington)
* Flying Home (Goodman)
* Tuxedo Junction (Miller)
* Two O'Clock Jump (James, Hampton)
* Mac the Knife (Darrin)
* For Sentimental Reasons (Ronstadt, Nat King Cole)
* Bad, Bad, LeRoy Brown (Croce)

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