Founded in 1998 by Kate and Charles Dodge, Putney Mountain Winery makes award-wining artisanal wines, liqueurs and sparkling cider. Twenty years later we still make our beverages from the bounty of produce grown on local and regional family farms of this region. Our wines that have been described in the press as “extraordinary,” “love at first taste,” and even “an intensely remarkable treasure”. Windham Grows has helped us develop a business plan for future distribution.
Since 1971 the West Hill Shop has been a low-key, friendly source for everything bike and cross-country ski. We are known regionally as the go-to place for problem-solving bike technicians. Our specialties include bike and saddle fitting, specialty MTB bike suspension service, extensive gravel bike inventory, and scenic dirt road riding right out our door. Yes, we have gravel bike rentals, too! During the winter, we have the most complete selection of Nordic ski gear in the area in addition to Nordic ski waxing service, and binding mounting while you wait.
The Putney Foodshelf provides supplemental healthy food to area people in need. Open Hours: Tuesdays 6-7 p.m. and Saturdays 9-10 a.m.
Food4Kids is a program of the Putney Foodshelf, located at the Putney Central School. It is available to all PCS students. The mission of the program: Empowering kids to meet their own nutritional needs and making sure kids have access to the food they need to thrive.
In conjunction with the Vermont Foodbank, we run a Food Drop on the 4th Thursday of every month from 9–9:45 a.m. at Putney Meadows. Fresh produce and some non perishables available.
Next Stage is a performing arts and community center, with a 200-seat state-of- the-art, fully accessible and air-conditioned theater, and dance floor. We also have a commercial grade kitchen, art gallery and community rooms. We are nationally recognized, including having received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts and ArtPlace America.
Less than two miles from Exit 4 of Interstate 91, the Copper Kettle Bed and Breakfast affords a quiet, relaxing atmosphere in a Vermont country setting. Close to Putney School, Landmark College, Basketville, Village Arts and other Putney landmarks, the Copper Kettle offers two comfortable rooms on the second floor of an old home. Each guest room has a private bath, wireless internet, heating, air conditioning and satellite television. A table for six seats all our guests in the Breakfast Room. Locally roasted organic, fair trade coffee will be served as well as regular or herbal tea. A native Vermonter, your hostess will help with directions and tips for driving in Vermont or New Hampshire.