A distinguished guest at the Fête nationale du Québec in Sutton

The Town of Sutton is proud to announce that Mrs. Isabelle Charest, MNA for Brome-Missisquoi, Minister responsible for Education and Minister responsible for the Status of Women, will be our honorary president for the celebrations of the Fête nationale du Québec, this Friday, June 24th, in Sutton.

We will have the great honor to welcome Mrs. Charest at 5:00 p.m. for the traditional flag ceremony, accompanied by Mayor Robert Benoît.

A day of festivities for all

This day of festivities offers a beautiful program that we detailed in our news of June 10.

We are expecting many of you, big and small, with family or friends, to come and celebrate this new edition of Quebec’s National Holiday, whose theme this year is “Our language with a thousand accents”.

Please note that food and beverages will be available at Goyette-Hill Park, thanks to the presence of several outlets on site:
Auberge Sutton Brouërie (tacos and beers)
Domaine Girouard (wines)
Resto Route 139 (canteen food)
Chic-Choc (Ungava Gin)
La Cabane à Chichis (churros)
Important: please bring cash!

To download the program poster of the Fête nationale du Québec in Sutton, click here.

Thank you to our partners

The Town of Sutton and the CDES would like to thank the cultural organizations D’Arts et de rêves and Sutton Encore who actively participate in the organization of this day. We would also like to underline the involvement of the event’s sponsors who allow us to offer you quality activities: the Société Saint-Jean-Baptiste Richelieu/Yamaska, the Boulanger-Bédard Foundation, the MNA for Brome-Missiquoi Isabelle Charest, the Caisse populaire Desjardins Brome-Missiquoi and Câble Axion. We would also like to express our gratitude to the local businesses that participated in this festive day: Huttopia, BMR, Kubota Max Gagné, les Jardins Paquette and Constructions Jean-Simon Lacroix. Thanks also to Anick Cromp, real estate broker for Remax Performance Inc.

Precisions in case of rain
Activities at D’Arts et de Rêves Cultural Park:
Activities will be cancelled.
At Goyette-Hill Park:
The workshops of the Théâtre de la Dame de Cœur will take place in the gymnasium of the Sutton School.
The face painters will be under the gazebo in Goyette-Hill Park.
The inflatable games and the pool will be closed.
Music performances will be held under the tent, but in case of heavy rain, they will be cancelled.
Fireworks will be postponed until the following day.