October 20, 2017


Join us for The Coffee Pot Bakery Cafe & Mountain Arts Pottery Holiday OPEN HOUSE
Friday & Saturday, November 20th & 21st

Enjoy Complimentary Refreshments & our delicious Pumpkin Spiced Latte!
Live Music by Becky & Evan McCotter and Lane Norberg (Friday - McCotters 10-11:30am; Lane Norberg 2-3:30 pm)(Saturday - McCotters 10-11:30am & 2-3:30 pm)

Come delight in the sights, sounds, & tastes of the Season! Register to win a Mountain Arts Pottery Cookie Jar filled with festive Holiday Cookie from the Coffee Pot Bakery Cafe.  See our 2015 Holiday Gift Sets on display.  

Christmas Kiosk Opens - November 16, 2015
For our 15th year at the Gallatin Valley mall, Mountain Arts Pottery will be setting up in the space located in front of Eddie Bauer. We will be open the week before Thanksgiving, starting on November 16th thru the holiday season. Because Mountain Arts Pottery has a full scale pottery studio and retail store just seven miles west of the mall and a mile south of Four Corners, this year we will feature our most popular pottery items which are our vast variety of mugs. We have dozens of styles of mugs in a variety of glazes which will be available at our Kiosk for a wonderful Montana made gift. Check our Facebook page for weekly promotions.

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