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This weekend is all about dance here in the treasure state with the state fall dance workshops.

"Yes this is Montana Dance Arts Associations fall workshop and it's a state organization that gets together twice a year and has workshops for all the kids in the state and the teachers and there are 245 people here from all over Montana,"says owner of Miss Linda's Dance Studio, Linda Fuller.

This year's teachers are back withsome familiar faces, Daniel Cruz is the newest one to visit Great Falls.

"I have never been here and I like to see dancers from all over the country and so I came and I was like let's see what happens and I'm very excited there is a lot of great stuff happening here at MDAA," explains instructor Daniel Cruz.

"No I've been to great falls before I love it here it's really fantastic to be back I think thelast time I was here was about 5 years ago," says instructor Anthony LoCasscio.

With 7 guest instructors teaching different style of dance and watching the students grow each year.

"It's been great I love the improvements it's always fun to see children grow up and see theimprovements over the years what they have gotten better at what they are concentrating on and how their mind expands, dance does a lot for kids so it's very exciting to see that," says LoCasscio.

"They're very quite like they are very attentive but at the same time you can tell they love it and when they get that energy oh watch out," adds Cruz.

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