A window on Sutton’s past

Héritage Sutton retraces, preserves, interprets and shares information that paints a vivid picture of Sutton and its inhabitants.

Attentive to voices from the past

Héritage Sutton’s oral history collection is a compendium of testimonials from older residents who helped to build the Sutton that we know today.

Give the gift of history

Are you keen to dig into Sutton’s past or the area surrounding it? Do you enjoy chatting with people who share your curiosity? Do you want to give a gift to someone who’s passionate about history or maybe just welcome a newcomer to Sutton?

If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then

A duty to share

A major part of our mission is spreading information about Sutton’s history and heritage.

Consult our impressive collections

Our archives contain thousands of photos and documents that relate to Sutton’s history and built heritage.

News

Sketchbook 32 - may 2020

Launching of the 32th historical journal

  Héritage Sutton continues to explore Sutton’s past. This current issue proposes four destinations in time: the site of the Vogel Lake dam in the summer of 1957; the Grace Anglican Church and its magnificent stained glass windows sponsored by several families who contributed to Sutton’s development; the ski slopes of the Mont-Sutton Ski Resort,…

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Héritage Sutton New Website

Welcome to our revised and enriched website!

After several months of work, we encourage you to navigate within our more dynamic, and better referenced website. It has been enriched with new documents, virtual audio and video files, as well as on-line-available data and repertories. Electronic transactions are now facilitated: subscriptions, display boxes, Sketchbooks… Our boutique will suggest gifts for history lovers as…

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The Claude Hamel project is postponed

The COVID-19 pandemic led to the postponement of the creation by Claude Hamel, professional storyteller, of a story about life on the farm in the last century; a new date has been chosen: September 26 as part of the Journées de la culture. A public presentation on the theme of the border that was to…

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