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1 West Hill Shop
802 387-571
8Mon–Sat: 10AM–6PM
Sun: 12–5PM
Serving the cycling and cross-country ski enthusiast since 1971, we are known regionally for our expertise and our history. Conveniently located at exit 4 off I-91, customers travel a long way for our professional bike fits and service department, our Nordic ski gear selection, or to enjoy scenic cycling right out our front door. With road and dirt bike rentals, maps, and an outdoor hot-water shower, consider a trip to Putney for a day of cycling.  We are now completely solar powered and 100% carbon neutral!
2 Green Mountain Spinnery
800 321-9665
802 387-4528
Our worker-owned cooperative has been designing and producing richly colored yarns and classic knitting and crochet patterns for more than 30 years. Our goals remain unchanged: to create yarns of the highest quality, to help sustain regional sheep farming, and to develop environmentally sound ways to process natural fibers. All of our fibers, wool, alpaca, mohair, and organic cotton are grown in the U.S. The result? Visit our mill store to see and feel our yarns for yourself.
3 The Putney Inn – o
800 653-5517 | 802 387-5517
The Putney Inn is part of Vermont’s traditional innkeeping history. Local ingredients presented in an up-temp bistro setting. Breakfast, lunch & dinner offered in our garden or newly remodeled farmhouse. Renovated lodgings & spa, capture the heart of Vermont. Children’s menu & pet-friendly. A brand new look to our landmark Vermont heart & soul.
4 Curtis’ Barbecue 
5 & I-91 exit 4 north | 802 387-5474
April until October | Wed–Sun: 10AM to dusk.
BBQ chicken & ribs cooked over wood-fire pit. Spuds, corn, and more in season. Curtis’ famous barbecue sauce is available in hot or mild — voted best spicy sauce in the country by Rachel Ray Magazine! Take out or dine under our pavilion or tables.
5 Putney Food Co-op
8 Carol Brown Way | 802 387-5866
Sun: 8AM–8PM | Mon–Sat: 7:30AM–8PM
The Putney Food Co-op is a full-service, community-owned grocery store and deli serving our community for more than 70 years. We offer a wide range of groceries, fresh produce (strong emphasis on local), meat, and seafood. We also have an excellent deli serving breakfast and lunch. Stop in to get that last minute item or relax, eat and shop in our friendly, well-stocked store. Free WiFi.
6 Bert’s Chuck Wagon
63 Main Street | 802 387-2751
Mon–Fri: 8AM–5PM | Sat: 8AM–3PM
Want a quality meal and casual outdoor dining? Then come to Bert’s Chuck Wagon at 63 Main Street. From May 1st to the last Saturday in October, he serves up delicious Angus steak sandwiches, chicken on a bun, burgers, hot dogs, clams, fresh-cut fries, and more. Come for a meal on the picnic table and savor affordable quality food. You’ll be back.  Be sure to ask Bert about Putney Self Storage, for premium quality dry storage. Call 802 387-2751 for either business.
7 Dosolutions
Web Sites, PC repairs – networking
120 Main St – 802 387 4141 10-4pm
Providing graphic arts, web design, custom Google maps, WordPress, web hosting and Search Engine Optimization. Offering computer repair, virus removal, hard drive cloning, recycled PC / laptop sales and service for over 21 years.

10 Putney General Store
Kimball Hill & Main Street
802 387-4692
Sun: 8am – 8pm | Mon – Thurs: 7am – 9pm | Fri – Sat: 7pm – 10pmPharmacy open M – F: 9am – 6pm Sat: 9am to 2pm
Putney General Store and Pharmacy is Vermont’s oldest continuously run General Store. Breakfast sandwiches and burritos are available as well as an abundance of freshly baked muffins, cookies, pies, scones and brownies to go with fresh brewed Mocha Joe’s and Pierce Bros. coffee, espresso’s, lattes, cappuccinos, and fine teas. There is a full sandwich menu and daily deli specials. Complete pharmacy service upstairs.
13 Vermont Weaving School
4 Signal Pine Road | 802 387-2656
Weaving pieces are created by hand, thread by thread on  a loom in my studio. Endless worlds of color available in many different color ranges create pieces that are visually stunning and luxuriously soft. Offering both private and group lessons, we work individually with each student, in a group setting, teaching in a way that best complements their own learning style. One of a kind and unique custom weaving pieces are available for sale. Showroom open by chance or by appointment.
14 Hidden Springs Maple
162 Westminster Road
802 387-5200
Orders: 888 889-8781
Summer Hrs (Jun – Dec)
Tues – Sun: 10am – 6pm
Winter Hrs (Jan – May) W – F: 11-5, Sat-Sun: 10 – 6pm
Hidden Springs Maple is a family-owned and operated maple syrup farm based in Southern Vermont. Our harvest season, known in Vermont as “sugaring season,” takes place during the months of February, March, and April. We harvest maple sap from approximately twenty-five thousand maple trees and produce about eight thousand gallons of maple syrup per year. Stop by our maple syrup tasting table where you can try before you buy. Hidden Springs Maple solar powered Farm Store — For Everything Maple!
15 Green Mountain Orchards
130 West Hill Road | 802 387-5851
Our orchard is a beautiful, wholesome place to visit any time of year. Folks are welcome to hike, snowshoe, and picnic in what we consider one of New England’s many paradises. Enjoy PYO apples, blueberries, raspberries, peaches, and much more. We sell local items, homemade cider and cider donuts, and all sorts of jellies. You can make your own cider on our demo press in season. Visit us on our website for more information.
We are now solar powered!
16 Hickory Ridge House B&B
53 Hickory Ridge Road South
802 387-5709 | 800 380-9218 |
Our Inn is a gracious federal-style farmhouse completed in 1808 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. With a total of eight elegant guest rooms, all with private bathrooms, it is the perfect combination of modern amenities and the charm of a bygone era. Visit our web site or give us a call — we look forward to meeting you soon.
17 Basketville  Open 7 Days
8 Bellows Falls Road | 802 387-5509
Our landmark store is a browser’s paradise, vast and barn-like, full of handcrafted items for the home. You never know what you’ll find down the next aisle. Whatever you find, it’s probably a bargain. We pride ourselves on outlet prices, workshop-direct deals, and frequent specials. Our international basket collection includes exotic new imports from Africa and Cambodia.
Store is 100% solar powered.
18 Putney Mountain Winery
8 Bellows Falls Road | 802 387-5925
Mon–Sun: 11AM–5PM |
Putney Mountain Winery crafts premium wines from the varied fruits of the Connecticut River Valley. We offer an array of sparkling, still, and dessert wines. Our wines have received gold medals at numerous international and regional competitions and have been described in the press as “extraordinary,” “love at first taste,” and even “an intensely remarkable treasure.” Come visit the winery and
find the best flavor of Vermont you’ve ever tasted in a wine!
19 J.D. McCliment’s Pub
26 Bellows Falls Road | 802 387-4499
Tues–Sat at 4:00PM | Dinner served from 5–9PM
Relaxed, family friendly dining with a creative menu that incorporates locally grown produce. Enjoy patio seating on beautiful summer evenings, Vermont micro brews on tap,and great dinner specials each night. Live Scottish music on Wednesday nights from 6:30 to 9:30PM. Thursday night is Mexican Specials Night. Check our web site or like us.
20 Edel Byrne  Stained Glass
88 Main St. | 802 387-2115
Originally from Dublin, Ireland, Edel started working in the medium of glass in 1988. In 2001 she moved her studio to Putney, VT, to be in a vibrant arts and crafts community. Her stained glass panels and candle holders are bold departures from the traditional; using her own unique style of “lace lead-work”. Her studio is a member of the Putney Craft Tour and her work can also be seen in many fine craft galleries throughout the northeast .
21 The Gleanery
133 Main St. in the Old Putney Tavern | 802 387-3052 Wed – Sat 11:30 – 9pm | Sunday 11:30am – 8pm
In addition to our commitment to the areas vibrant local food system, our sourcing extends to line-caught seafood, farmer-direct produce, handcrafted plates and a fabulous display of art. Our community supported restaurant, like a CSA, provides monthly credit throughout the year, or you can stop in for a sumptuous bite.
23 Brandywine Glassworks
802 387-40323 Great Meadows Ridge
By appointment
We make an assortment of hand-blown glass including vases, paperweights, hearts, perfume bottles, and sculptural pieces, and are also available to create commissioned one-of-a-kind works. Our studio produces artwork for many of the country’s top galleries, museums, and collectors. We teach glassblowing classes to groups and individuals year round, and also do repairs and reproductions.
24 Yellow Barn Music Festival
63 Main St. | 802 387-6637

Yellow Barn, an international center for chamber music, encourages discovery in the studio, classroom, and concert hall; explores the craft of musical interpretation; and illuminates our world through the unique experience of music. Yellow Barn welcomes over 100 musicians from all over the world to Vermont, and reaches more than 4,000 audience members from the local community and across the nation.
25 Sandglass Theater
17 Kimball Hill | 802 387-4051 ongoing puppet shows.
Please see our website for the show schedules.
Sandglass Theater is an internationally known, nonprofit theater company specializing in combining puppets with music, actors and visual imagery. Since 1982, the company’s productions have toured 24 countries, performing in theaters, festivals and cultural institutions and winning numerous international prizes. Puppets in Paradise—a local hit!Sandglass Theater is a member of the Network of Ensemble Theaters and the National Performance Network.
26 Next Stage Arts Project
15 Kimball Hill | 802 387-0102
Next Stage Arts Project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to revitalizing Putney’s cultural and economic village center through the programming, development, and operation of Next Stage. Information about upcoming events, renovation plans theater enhancements, and a wide range of opportunities for support are online at our website.
28 Putney Craft Tour
802 387-4032

Fri, Sat, Sun – Nov. 29th & 30th, Dec. 1st 2013
The 35th Annual Putney Craft Tour is held during the long Thanksgiving weekend.  Blacksmiths, glass blowers, potters, jewelers, weavers, woodworkers —even artisan cheese- makers— invite visitors to come in, discover, ask questions, sip hot cider and find that one-of-a-kind gift direct from the artisan who made it.
29 Putney Farmers Market

Local goods, farm fresh produce, meats, treats and handmade crafts.  Enjoy a picnic lunch and live music!Summer: Sundays, Memorial thru Columbus Day @ Carol Brown Way, across from the Putney Coop.Winter Market: Sundays, Thanksgiving thru Christmas at Green Mountain Orchards – EBT and Debit cards accepted.
30 Rods Service and Repairs
40 Main St. | 802 387-4771
M – F  7am – 5pm
Full-service auto repairs on all makes and models. Eco-Friendly Fluid Film undercoating. Family owned and operated since 1967. 24-hour towing service, AAA network.