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Yellowstone Marketplace Opens "Archer's Antiques"

 

Yellowstone Marketplace, downtown Sidney is always re-inventing itself to better serve its clientele. They recently opened a new antique store called "Archer's Antiques" in honor of Arch Ellwein who had his antique store in the same location for many years. The store is an on-going project as merchandise is collected from all over the country. Owners Russ and Linda Wells already have one pod crammed full of antiques, vintage items and collectibles and will expand as needed. The antiques are of special interest to tourists traveling through the area as well as local shoppers.

The Marketplace has several stores including a newly named and revamped $1 and $2 store and the "Garage" which has been revamped with lots of new merchandise. The Used Furniture store has been expanded and includes all kinds of household furniture plus office furniture. One unique item is a selection of 50 + year old chairs from the South 40. The Marketplace already sold all the old chairs from the South 40 bar. "Wives bought the chairs so their husbands didn't have to go to the bar," Russ joked.

The Fine Arts Gallery includes artwork, jewelry and pottery from Eastern Montana. Several flavors of decadent, locally made fudge as well as hard ice cream entice customers at the Fudge & Ice Cream Store. During the warmer months, creamy snow cones will also be available.

A great selection of used books, some antique, are available at the Yellowstone Marketplace. They're always changing, so come and look often.

Mucho Si Mexican Restaurant is just through the doorway. Diners can shop while their food is being prepared, or afterwards.

Yellowstone Marketplace, conveniently located at the corner of Central and Main in Sidney, is open noon to 6p.m. Monday through Saturday. Stop by or call 406-489-1945.

 

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