Sutton, a creative community in an Appalachian village

Allow yourself to be swept up in the vibrancy of this bilingual, 4,000 resident community which offers a year-round cultural program!  Festivals, a museum and historical society, a concert hall, libraries, along with six art galleries and a huge sculptures park. The destination is accredited as a Cœur villageois, a pilot project designed to highlight the authenticity and tourist potential of certain Townships’ communities. Many of its eateries are accredited Créateurs de saveurs and Café de village: year-round meeting spots where you can be immersed in Sutton’s conviviality.

Considering the number of active artists in the community, Sutton is regarded as one of the most artistic towns in the entire country. Check out the cultural directory which includes 20 local organizations.

Wend your way along country roads where the wooden houses of the first American colonies are set under the maple trees.  Along the way, you’ll be surprised to find a long forgotten cemetery. Make a welcome stop along the banks of the river or in the shadow of one of the   seven steeples, with the breathtaking panorama of the Green Mountains forming a majestic backdrop. Through the tales and folklore and a tailor-made ambiance of sound, each auto-guided heritage circuit plunges you into history.

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Description in French only.

Myriam Gendron est née à Ottawa en 1988 et a grandi entre le Québec, les États-Unis et la France. Installée à Montréal depuis l’âge de 16 ans, elle exerce aujourd’hui le métier de libraire à la librairie Le Port de tête.

Salle Alec et Gérard Pelletier

Sutton December 3rd,
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