Heidi Thoma, Librarian

Closed Due to Hazardous Roads Monday Apr. 16th
5 Corporation Hill Road
Box 202
Sutton, NH 03260

Phone: (603) 927-4927
Fax: (603) 927-4927 same number. Call ahead.

Closing Early Wednesday March 7 Due to Weather.
Mon. 10:00 a.m.-12 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m
Wed. 8:00 a.m. – Noon and 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. (Stories @ 10:15 a.m.)
Sat. 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Literacy, Inquiry, Collaboration

Come see what your library has to offer! 

Closed Monday April 16th – Hazardous Roads 

Don’t Miss Interactive Poetry: Tongue Twisters, BlackOut Poetry and MORE! Wed April 18th 5:30- 7:00 @ the Library

 This Wednesday April 18th 5:30 – 7:00…. join the first annual Poetry Open House

At 6:00 there will be a Tongue Twister Tournament open to all… also try Blackout Poetry (using sharpies makes it more fun), Haiku, and Felt Board Poetry.  Read your own poems or bring your favorite verse to share.

Instant prizes for submitting a Sutton-focused poem of any type!

Free refreshments.

Local Artist Exhibits at the Library

Have you seen the Wisteria? Amazing, cut paper hanging sculptures from local artist Alayna Josz!  Also find work from artists Larry Harper (Photographer), Joanna White (watercolors of Sutton Mills village homes) and Loren Howard (multimedia abstract three-dimensional pieces). Their works are on display throughout the library and will rotate periodically.

Holiday and Weather Closings
   Throughout the winter, please call ahead if you have concerns about weather.   603.927.4927

Museum Passes Available 

For fun with the kids or house guests this winter take a trip to the Currier Museum or explore the woodland trails at the Fells.  Call or stop by and find out about museum passes available at the Library.

Check out the LSPA Winter Explorer BackPack (Perfect for a SNOW day! 😉 )

Seasonally selected books, activities and outdoor fun all wrapped in a travel pack you can check out at the Sutton Library.  Another great way to entertain the young or young at heart through the winter! Call or stop by for details.

Another hit from the folks at Lake Sunapee Protective Association!




Star Wars Display during open hours!  

Whether you loved the original trilogy  or just saw Episode VIII released on December 15th…   come satisfy your inner geek.. see local enthusiasts’ collections of items and amazing legowork!

Of course there are lots of star wars books, movies and more you can borrow to enjoy at home (if you prefer to geek in private).


Collections and MORE! 

The general collection at Sutton Free Library includes thousands of fiction and non-fiction titles as well as audiobooks and DVDs to appeal to all audiences.

Magazine subscriptions,  board games, a meeting room, public computers, copier, fax and 24/7 wifi.  If the book you need is not in the building, the library participates in state-wide interlibrary loan – which means the book can be borrowed for you from over 200 libraries throughout NH!  Click HERE for downloadable EBooks and audiobooks.

New Hampshire Downloadable Books   

Have a tablet, smart phone, kindle, nook  or other electronic device?

Access thousands of e-books and audiobooks from anywhere through the library. Simply go to nh.overdrive.com select Sign In, then “Sutton Free Library” and enter your library number and pin.   Ask the library for details! No charges apply.

Search the New Hampshire State Catalog for titles state-wide

With Inter-Library Loan you can borrow titles from all around NH as well as our local collection! Get started today.

Visit the Fells, Currier Museum, NH State Parks for FREE – passes at the Library!  

The library has daily passes to The Fells Historic Home, Gardens and Trails in Newbury, Currier Museum and the NH State Park System as well as reduced entry passes to the MFA in Boston.  Call or stop by for details. Great for summer trips with family or visitors.

Board Members
First Name Last Name Position Term Expires
Bill Bastille Trustee 2019
Nancy Brook-Heckel Trustee 2019
Kristen Lombard Trustee 2019
Diane O'Neil Trustee 2020
Yvonne Howard Trustee 2021