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Sutton Christmas Market

4 Maple Street, Sutton, Quebec, Canada J0E 2K0
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Sutton Christmas Market

Sutton Christmas Market is a member of Brome-Missisquoi Christmas Markets
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and Regroupement des marchés de Noël du Québec



Outdoor site: Veterans' Park, corner Maple and Pleasant. Indoor Site: Olivet Baptist Church, Veterans' Park

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NAME DESCRIPTION INFORMATIONS
Agnès Vincent & Lucette Gingras Weavers
Alpagas Sutton Knitwear More information
Anne Pietraszkiewicz Recycled fur
Anokian Nature Beauty products (Authentik Autochtone) More information
Artisan R.G. Barn Wood Decorations More information
Asinerie Les Ânes en Culotte Cosmetics with jennet milk More information
Au coeur de la pomme Apple products More information
Auberge Sutton Brouërie Craft beer More information
Cabane du Pic Bois Pancakes and maple products More information
Carole Morand - Orama Nidhi Bijoux More information
Cindy Jacobs et Johanne reid Knitwear and bags
Colette Harrisson Jewels
Confiserie Bartlam Confectionery derived from apple, sweets, etc. More information
Croque'en Broche Cake cooked on a broche More information
Cultura Bohémia Création Jewelry, scarfs, cutting board, and harem pants (sarouels) More information
Délices à la carte Chocolates and confectionery, paintings, cards, etc.
Domaine des Nobles Alpagas Knitwear More information
Eileen Menac Pastries
Farfelu Cooperative of artisans More information
Ferme API M.D. Bee products
Ferme Maple Crest Maple products
nouveau_icone Ferme Selby farm Pasture raised pork More information
Fumé par Florian Smoked Fish and smoked meats More information
Gérald Couture Decorations and small wooden objects
Jérémie Postel Fir honey and fir produce More information
John Murphy Cutting board
Karine Larocque Jewelry More information
nouveau_icone La Fabrique Paparmane Quebec Art and Crafts More information
La Rhubarbelle (November 24,25) Rhubarb juice More information
nouveau_icone Lachandelière Soy candles More information
L'atelier du verre Vitres et Passions Fused glass More information
Les deux soeurs dans le même panier Wicker-work More information
Les Éphémères Jewels More information
Lucy Pietraszkiewicz Handcrafted Jewels More information
LuluB Atelier Fabric pouches More information
Maggie Muggins Jewelry, candles, bags, aprons, etc.
Normand Poisson Birdhouses and feeders, cutting board
Old Shack Signs Hand painted wooden sign More information
Passion Herbale Biocosmetics and naturals body products More information
nouveau_icone Poterie Robin Badger & Robert Chartier Pottery More information
Produits d'Émeus Prelise Body care products based on emu oil More information
Produits Jorick Rabbit More information
Christmas market kiosk Cider and hot apple juice, water
Recycl-Art Artisan recuperator
nouveau_icone Rose-Aimée & Angélique Recycled fur decorations
Sauvages et Cultivées Herborists More information
nouveau_icone Sheen Originals (December 1, 2) Decorations
nouveau_icone SOS breuvage et collations Coffees, cookies and cupcakes
SOS fondue Authentic swiss cheese fondue More information
Sunhorse and Moon Cougar Créations Native American crafts and soaps
Transform Essenses Essential oils and beauty products More information
Tricot Renée Fréchette Knitwear hat with fur pompom
Ungava Spiritueux Local Québec spirits More information
Vignoble Du Ruisseau Wine and maple products More information
Vignoble La Grenouille Wine More information
Vignoble Val Caudalies Wine, vermouth, ice cider More information
Youyou Mittens, neck warmers, scarves, etc.

An invitation to artists, craftsmen and agrifood producers

As many exhibitors already know, 2018 is a restructuring year for the Sutton Christmas Market. The team of volunteers who ensured the set up and take down of the site informed us in 2017 that it would be the last year where they could be counted upon for this task.

We therefore decided to rent a third igloo, to replace the military tents. In 2018, the market’s outdoor installations will therefore be made up of 3 igloos, a wigwam and small 3 sided marquees. To ensure exhibitors’ comfort all installations will be heated and lit. We will also have a limited number of tables available indoors.

We expect to welcome approximately 60 exhibitors, we want at least 75% of them coming from the Brome-Missisquoi region. We are looking for a diversity of quality products from artistic, craft and agro-food vendors. Each exhibitor will receive an 8 foot by 30 inch table to offer their products, however you may request more room, by paying an extra fee, as indicated on the registration forms.

Setting up will be permitted as of 1 pm on Friday, or on Saturday morning. A security person will be watching the installations overnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Unless notice is given otherwise, all exhibitors will have to take down their set up between the two weekends.

Anyone interested in taking part as an exhibitor must fill and sign the registration form, as well as the electricity requirement form, if applicable. Places will be attributed in the order registration forms are received, but we will limit the number of tables which offer similar products. Requests to participate for a single weekend will be accepted only if another vendor has requested the other weekend. In this instance, the cost of registration will be half of the two weekend rate, plus $20.

If you want to get on board, you must fill up one of the registration forms and mail it out with your deposit at the address indicated at the bottom of the forms:

  • 2018 Registration Form - Igloo
  • 2018 Registration Form - Indoor
  • 2018 Registration Form - 3 sided Marquees for Degustation

To have your name listed in the promotional flyer, we must receive your registration form no later than September 1st, 2018, when we will be sending out confirmations to participants.

Unfortunately, there is no more stands available at the market. 

Please contact us for any additional information.

Céline Brault
[email protected]


In 2011, the Corporation de Développement Économique de Sutton (CDES) asked a committee of volunteers to put together a Christmas market, inspired by the Christmas markets which grace many a European village. The volunteers were hooked, since then they relive the experience yearly.

The market is under the auspices of de CDES but it is entirely autonomous and must self-finance. In 2017, the market welcomed 70 exhibitors (45 from Brome-Missisquoi, 16 from Sutton), 9,000 visitors, it required over a thousand hours of volunteer work by 44 volunteers, it lit up the village for two weekends, in a period of time which is usually rather quiet.

The Christmas market also makes a contribution to Sutton community organisations by offering them a free table.

Become a sponsoring vendor!

We are asking for your financial support for the 8th Edition of the Sutton Christmas Market which will take place on November 24 & 25, as well as December 1 & 2 of this year. We are very proud of the constant increase in the number of visitors year after year. The event gets people attention and brings them to Sutton to discover the region and come back to visit.

2018 will be a year of change with regards to the installations and equipment at the market. Considering vendors and visitors’ love for the inflatable igloos, we plan to have 3 in 2018. We will leave behind the military tents which are well worn. The igloos allow for better circulation and display of products.

Since last year we’ve offered to some vendors to sponsor the event. It ensures them a choice location and additional visibility for their products.

As the number of Christmas markets increase in all of Québec, we need to improve constantly in order to remain competitive. On the next page, you will find three levels of partnerships you may want to consider, “Christmas ball”, “Jingle Bell” or “Christmas Star”, with a description of their respective advantages:

Thank you for supporting us and taking an active part in putting together the Christmas market.

The organizing committee of the 2018 Sutton Christmas market:

Gilles Lahaie, Denyse Vallières, Céline Brault, Liane Bruneau, Robin DeLeeuw, Lise Bélisle, Guylaine Provost, Heidi Vanha.

Pour informations : [email protected]



In 2011, the Corporation de Développement Économique de Sutton (CDES) asked a committee of volunteers to put together a Christmas market, inspired by the Christmas markets which grace many a European village. The volunteers were hooked, since then they relive the experience yearly.

The market is under the auspices of de CDES but it is entirely autonomous and must self-finance. In 2017, the market welcomed 70 exhibitors (45 from Brome-Missisquoi, 16 from Sutton), 9,000 visitors, it required over a thousand hours of volunteer work by 44 volunteers, it lit up the village for two weekends, in a period of time which is usually rather quiet.

The Christmas market also makes a contribution to Sutton community organisations by offering them a free table.

Become a partner!

We are asking for your financial support for the 8th Edition of the Sutton Christmas Market which will take place on November 24 & 25, as well as December 1 & 2 of this year. We are very proud of the constant increase in the number of visitors year after year. The event gets people attention and brings them to Sutton to discover the region and come back to visit.

2018 will be a year of change with regards to the installations and equipment at the market. Considering exhibitors and visitors’ love for the inflatable igloos, we plan to have 3 in 2018. We will leave behind the military tents which are well worn. The igloos allow for better circulation and display of products.

The Christmas market brings around visitors who enjoy stopping by the stores, restaurants and inns of the area. With regard to children’s activity, we built a fairy-tale decor to welcome Santa, a small electric train offers free rides and the miniature farm charmed kids and adults alike during the first weekend of the 2017 market.

As the number of Christmas markets increase in all of Québec, we need to improve constantly in order to remain competitive. On the next page, you will find three levels of partnerships you may want to consider, “Christmas ball”, “Jingle Bell” or “Christmas Star”, with a description of their respective advantages:

Thank you for supporting us and taking an active part in putting together the Christmas market. Please note that the CDES offers all boutiques on Principale st. a 60$ rebate on rental of a table as a vendor at the market.

The organizing committee of the 2018 Sutton Christmas market:

Gilles Lahaie, Denyse Vallières, Céline Brault, Liane Bruneau, Robin DeLeeuw, Lise Bélisle, Guylaine Provost, Heidi Vanha.

Pour informations : [email protected]

        
Contact
450 538-8455