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Chinook's Creative Collections launches new downtown business


April 18, 2018

Chinook's Creative Collections opened recently at 236 Indiana. Posing for a photo are some of the artists and building owner involved in the new business.( L-r) Brandon Nissen, building owner; Matt Paulsen, blacksmithing and iron work art and Roy Case, Western Cedar birdhouses. Front row l-r, Kat Whitaker, organic body scrubs and bath salts and manager Kathy Mitchell, wreaths and table runners.

Two weeks ago a new business opened in downtown Chinook. Located in what was once the Golden Triangle Mental Health facility (236 Indiana), Chinook's Creative Collections is a 'gallery' where local artists can rent individual space to display and sell their creations. On opening day there were 11 artists with their wares on display. Brandon Nissen, who owns the building, believes there is potential for 20 artists to be involved in the new enterprise by June of this year.

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