We have a number of wonderful shops and boutiques.
Two Rivers Gallery is a unique nonprofit, fine art gallery located in beautiful downtown Big Timber, Montana. The proceeds collected from the sale of artwork within the gallery are used…View Details
Two Rivers Gallery is a unique nonprofit, fine art gallery located in beautiful downtown Big Timber, Montana. The proceeds collected from the sale of artwork within the gallery are used to promote local artists, sponsor workshops by local and outside artists, and promote Big Timber as an art community.
The purpose of the Two Rivers Gallery, a public benefit, non-profit organization in the State of Montana is to: operate an art gallery for showcasing, exhibiting and selling fine art; to build a strong, supportive, interactive community of local and regional visual artists and their supporters whose activities include staging art shows and related events; conduct educational classes and workshops and promote visual art as a vitally important part of Montana life and culture; to promote professional and educational development for artists and art education for the community; and to cooperate and combine with any and all agencies and organizations, public and private, which seek to further the goals of the Two Rivers Gallery
Photo by Barbara Van Cleve
Flowers We carry a variety of flowers and arrangements: •South American Roses •Gerber Daises •Stargazer Lilies •Variety Of Daises •Every Day Flowers •Weddings •Variety Of Daises •Tulips •Irises •Peonies •Holidays…View Details
Our gallery is located in the heart of Big Timber, Montana and features Bronze Sculptures by Artist Dave Hodges, one-of-a-kind Oil Paintings, Navajo Rugs, Navajo Jewelry and Navajo Belts. We…View Details
Our gallery is located in the heart of Big Timber, Montana and features Bronze Sculptures by Artist Dave Hodges, one-of-a-kind Oil Paintings, Navajo Rugs, Navajo Jewelry and Navajo Belts. We invite you to visit us at our store in Big Timber or shop directly online.
True love, an entrepreneurial spirit and fun adventures in Crazy Woman Canyon In 1967, my husband and I moved to Sheridan, Wyoming at the base of the Big Horn Mountains.…View Details
True love, an entrepreneurial spirit and
fun adventures in Crazy Woman Canyon
In 1967, my husband and I moved to Sheridan, Wyoming at the base of the Big Horn Mountains. Driving out here, we crossed a creek named "Crazy Woman". We laughed, but little did we know the impact that name would have on our lives. We would often picnic in Crazy Woman Canyon and on one adventure, my husband carved our heart and initials in an aspen tree. Our carved tree is still there today.
How Crazy Woman Trading Co. Began
In 1996, when I was 50, we purchased a historic building on main street in Sheridan, Wyoming (120 N. Main, First Bank in Sheridan, built in 1894). We completely remodeled the building and I knew I wanted to have a store in there that made people smile and enjoy. We went out to dinner with about twelve friends and I told them all what I had purchased and that I need a name, something Trading Co. Everyone suggested names, however when Steve Maier (our College President) threw out Crazy Woman, everyone laughed, but I knew instantly that was the name and so my company began. We were a very eclectic store, selling whatever was fun, artistic and interesting! And our logo clothing became a hit. Whatever I would put "Crazy Woman" on would sell.
I was often asked to judge chili cook-off contents and never liked the chili, so I developed my own recipe, "Crazy Woman Chili". It is a spicy chili you crave. We still make it and it has won several awards.
Many of you will remember Murphy, our CEO, yellow lab. She was with us for 13 years, at the store everyday. People would come in just to see her. We miss her everyday.
When my daughter Lisa married and moved to Montana, I sold her that territory and she owns and operates Crazy Woman Trading Co. in Big Timber, MT. She is a wonderful jewelry artist and the mother of my two grandchildren, Emily and Paul. Please visit her store at 230 McLeod St. (main street). You won't be disappointed!
My other daughter, Paula is very involved doing our web pages and designing. I couldn't do it without her assistance and creativity.
After 16 years of retail and failing health, I decided to close my retail store but continue my designing and selling Crazy Woman Clothing. In Sheridan, we sell it at Little Willow Traders at 166 N. Main Street, Sheridan, WY. We also sell it at The Irma, Col. Cody's Wild West Emporium, in downtown Cody, Wyoming.
Look for three new locations this spring as we are expanding.
My Crazy Woman company has indeed been a joy for my family. My husband Willis is a wonderful support and partner.
Watch for a new family member this spring as we look for our new yellow labrador.
Thank you to all my wonderful customers who have become friends. Keep those "Crazy Woman" clothing pictures coming.
Cinnabar Creek™ A Unique Emporium Cinnabar Creek™ is as rich in history as the town of Big Timber. We are located downtown on Mcleod Street in the historic Montana…View Details
A Unique Emporium
Cinnabar Creek™ is as rich in history as the town of Big Timber. We are located downtown on Mcleod Street in the historic Montana Power Building. The building itself survived a fire in the early 1900s and was rebuilt, complete with an elevator, shortly after.
The elevator is gone now, but Cinnabar Creek™ honors the architectural history by keeping many of the character and period details including the original floors.
Named for a nearby creek that rambles through the fields below the Beartooth range of mountains, Cinnabar Creek™ takes its name from the section of the creek that is flanked by scarlet cliffs.
The store first began as an establishment selling health food and nutritional items for the community. Ten years ago, Cinnabar Creek™ evolved into the warm and inviting boutique serving the community and all that travel through with unique gifts, beautiful apparel and more.
We pride ourselves in making it a mission to find choice products locally that reflect the spirit our region. We also support our talented and industrious American workers by focusing on bringing in fabulous brands made in the U.S.A.
With a comfortable easy atmosphere, you can grab a great cup of coffee and browse the assortment of handpicked books and fabulous one-of-a kind historical photos depicting early 20th century life in Montana. Every season brings a new collection of treasures for the home, apparel and jewelry. Many nearby Montana artisans and authors are showcased at Cinnabar Creek™, adding to the exceptional shopping experience.
Now, we bring this uncommon and truly unique gift emporium to you. We welcome you to browse our online store and if you are in town, stop in!
219 McLeod Street
Big Timber, MT 59011
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