At the south end of Bellows Falls Village Square, is a three-story building with a long enterprising history. This unique building, narrow in the front and wide at the rear, has had many uses over the years. Originally the Corner Drug Store, then Babbitt & Hayes, a shoe store, a beauty salon, it has literally been a “cornerstone” over the years. Officially the “pharmacy building,” its informal name is the Flat Iron Building
Bellows Falls is a cozy Vermont mill town that unites history with the present. Come visit a Village Square that is beautiful, strong, and timeless. Take a stroll through our downtown village square. Discover old mill buildings, the over 100-year-old Bellows Falls Union Train Station, one-of-a-kind shops, the river's beauty, our canal built in the late 1700s, and the charm of Victorian homes within walking distance.
An worker owned co-op is a cooperative owned and self-managed by its workers.
Our Co-op Team:
Larisa: Talented seamstress, former member-owner of the Spinnery in Putney & Board Chair of the Valley Alliance of Worker Cooperatives.
Susan: Baker, owner of the Face-Free Bakery, and an aspiring painter.
Jana: Landscape artist & creator of the first Flat Iron Exchange.