A North Dakota woman is making big moves with her Little Movements dance classes.
Angie Neigum runs the only dance studio in town that travels.
For parents with jam-packed schedules she brings her love of dance to daycares and preschools..
In 2013 she started with little dancers 18 months and up..
working on motor movements.. learning to climb and balance..
She's now added older students to the roster because everyone needs to move, right?
Her next big move will be teaching at the Baby Expo October 21 and at the Zoo Boo.
Elsewhere in the capital, North Dakota Embroidery and Gifts is bringing North Dakota customized clothes and other North Dakota made products..
And last but not least, if you've seen a bunch of groups roaming around the state capital, it's probably because of a new group taking tourism to another level.
The Bismarck Tour Company launched in September.
It's a network of tour guides who shows tourists everything from culture to the capital's spooky side.
"The tours that are keeping us hopping right now is the haunted history tour - the downtown tour and it takes people through the tunnels of Bismarck," says Annette Willis, Bismarck Tour Company's booking agent.
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