Plaisirs d’hiver (Winter Pleasures) Starts Tonight On Sutton’s YouTube Channel!

Winners of the snow sculpture contest

This evening, on Friday, February 5, at 7 p.m., the mayor, Michel Lafrance, will announce the three winners of our snow sculpture contest (which ran from December 22 to January 24, 2021).

For having had the most “Likes” on Sutton’s Facebook page, winners will receive one of the following prizes: a massage at Auberge West-Brome (first prize), a one-day pass for Mont Sutton (second prize) and a gift certificate from Le Cafetier (third prize).

Congratulations to the winners and thank you to the prize sponsors!

Winter tales told by Petronella van Dijk and Linda Bruce

This evening, on Friday, February 5, at 7 p.m., don’t miss the magic hour of storytime as two professional storytellers regale you with six wintry tales (in French and English).

Listen as a family to the stories of Père Anselm + Father Anselm + Asgard, The Legend of the Northern Gods + Pierrot et le loup + The Little Girl + Le Roi et son fils.

Children’s book time

On Sunday morning, February 7, children can listen to readings by Isabelle Cleophas (in French) and Geneviève Leduc (in English).

At 10 a.m.: La neige magique + De quelle couleur sont les bisous
At 10:30 a.m.: Up North in Winter + Tokyo Digs a Garden

Please note that all recordings will be available on Sutton’s YouTube channel until the end of Plaisirs d’hiver on Friday, February 12.