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The Copper Colander

Contact Info
2440 Grant Road
Billings, MT 59102

Phone:
406-294-9629
Basics
Activities:
Shopping

Description

Montana's Largest Kitchen Store, The Copper Colander Opened Its Doors For Business November 15, 2002. The Business Has Expanded Three Times Since First Opening And Moved To Its' Present Location. Sharon Culberston Is The Owner And Has Worked Hard To Ensure That The Store Offers The Merchandise And Warm Atmosphere To Give Customers An Enjoyable Shopping Experience. The Copper Colander's Vast Selection Of Merchandise, From Basic Kitchen Utensils, Gadgets And Accessories To Products And Equipment For The More Experienced Cook Give Endless Options For Gift Giving. We Also Have A Large Selection Of Gourmet Foods As Well As Coffees, Teas, Spices, Mixes And Unique Additions To Enhance Everyday Recipes And Meals. The Copper Colander Offers Year Round Cooking Classes For Adults And Students Ages 5 - 18. A Complete Gift Registry For Weddings, Holidays And Special Occasions Is Also Available. Visit Our Website For More Information And Class Schedules. We Invite You To Stop In And Discover This Locally Owned Kitchen Store With Thousands Of Kitchen Essentials To Make Your Life Easier And Your Kitchen Time More Fun.

Details

Activity Type:
Shopping

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
Located 3 Blocks East Of Moss Mansion Downtown Billings.

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