Activities to do with your children in Sutton during the week

The Leisure, Community Life and Culture Department would like to suggest some great activities to do with your children during the week in Sutton. Something to keep you busy!

Here are a few suggestions for activities to do with your children during the week in Sutton, to keep busy!

  • Go to the Municipal and School Library: open daily from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Wednesdays from 3:15 p.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Search for the golden snowflake! Discover this new winter quest, which will take you on an adventure through the village. Start at 14, rue du Dépôt (former Filtex site). More information here.
  • Discover the many heritage and active tours!
    • Active circuits: Circuits from 1.5 km to 8.5 km lead you to discover different parts of the town: village core, residential neighbourhoods, cemeteries, mountain views, there’s something for everyone!
    • Heritage tours : you can choose between 3 audioguided tours and 4 classic tours. Learn about Sutton’s history and architectural heritage, while taking in the area’s magnificent scenery.

Sutton Historical Treasures Hunt Tour for families : follow the Life in the hamlets audio tour and answer the rally questions! Download the question form and audio guide here and find the answers there!

Georges C. Dyer, an eminent 19th century figure in Sutton, is your guide along the pretty country lanes and hamlets that form Sutton. Share the harsh life experienced by first the English-speaking pioneers of the canton, and then their French Canadians counterparts as together they carved out a hardscrabble existence in these hills. Their hopes and exploits made it possible to clear and develop this vast territory, allowing the rise of trade and manufacturing industries. You will even learn the role played by the future Saint Brother André in Sutton!

A few more ideas around Sutton:

  • Free skating and free ice hockey at Pavillon des sports Roland-Désourdy (340 Mercier Street, Cowansville): see schedule and instructions here.
  • Free swimming at the Cowansville aquatic center (431, Bachand Street, Cowansville): see schedule and instructions here.
  • Visit the Carrément culture website for all the cultural activities in Brome-Missisquoi.