Putney Historical Society on Feb 25th 2014
Since 1959 the all-volunteer Putney Historical Society (PHS) has worked alongside the community to preserve and protect its history and vitality. Recently PHS has taken a major leap forward through proactive community development. As the steward of two very important local landmarks – the Putney General Store & the former United Church of Putney (now Next Stage), PHS is committed to supporting the village economy through projects which bring people downtown. PHS is partnering with the non-profit Next Stage Arts Project to transform the former church into a performing arts center, gathering place, and PHS offices.
- We held an annual meeting at 15 Kimball Hill on August 24th. Discussion and information gathering followed a presentation on road names of Putney. The remarkable success of our capital campaign was outlined in detail, and notably, Stuart Strothman left the board after twelve years with the organization. Leah Toffolon replaced him as Secretary. more
- Everyone is invited to the Putney Historical Society Annual Meeting, which will be held at 2pm on Sunday, August 24 at 15 Kimball Hill (Next Stage). We will have a short presentation and interactive discussion on road names of Putney, following our business meeting. Refreshments will be served. more
- We invite you down to the Putney Historical Society next Saturday, August 9, for ice cream, between 11 and 1pm. (We open at 10am.) Our topic for discussion is Roads of Putney and their Namesakes. Hope to see you there!
Stuart Strothman more
- PHS is embarked on an amazing partnership with Next Stage Arts Project (NSAP) to restore and renovate the Next Stage Performing Arts Center at 15 Kimball Hill. This collaboration has just yielded a number of major grant successes that have given the Capital Campaign an impressive boost. To turn the former historic church into a ...more
- Friday, March 14 at 7pm
at Next Stage (15 Kimball Hill Rd.) in Putney
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A Putney Historical Society Presentation
Suggested donation $10,
with all proceeds supporting
the 15 Kimball Hill / Next Stage capital campaign.
On Friday, March 14, PHS Vice President and master craftsman Timothy Ragle will give an authoritative talk about antique interiors. Using hands-on artifacts and slides ...more
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