Elizabeth Geraghty, Librarian

5 Corporation Hill Road
Box 202
Sutton, NH 03260

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

Winter Hours: November 1 - March 31

Monday: 9-12 & 3-6
Wednesday: 8-12 & 3-6
Saturday: 9-2


Summer Hours: April 1 - October 31

Monday: 10-12 & 3-7
Wednesday: 8-12 & 3-7
Saturday: 10-2

Literacy, Inquiry, Collaboration

Come see what your library has to offer

Sutton Free Library

Closed: Monday, February 17th for Presidents’ Day

Sutton Free Library Public Notice


Winter Hours: November 1 – March 31

Monday: 9-12 & 3-6

Wednesday: 8-12 & 3-6

Saturday: 9-2


Summer Hours: April 1 – October 31

Monday: 10-12 & 3-7

Wednesday: 8-12 & 3-7

Saturday: 10-2


Effective immediately; November 5, 2019 per order of the Sutton Free Library Board of Trustees

Holiday and Weather Closings
Throughout the winter, please call ahead if you have concerns about weather, if there is no answer, we’re most likely closed.   603.927.4927

Story Time: MONDAY 10:15

Join the littlest library visitors and their tall (adult) friends for reading , creating and general good times!

Sutton Free Library would like to thank all our Sutton Neighbors for reading to our story time patrons the past three months!

Highway Dept., Pebbles the Farmer, Cpl Domey- Police Dept.,

Sutton Rescue Squad, Sutton Fire Dept.,

Mrs. Burns- retired Postal Worker, Cynthia Stillman- Deputy Town Clerk,

Christine Downing- SCS Principal Chef Leary, Diego- Transfer Station,

Mr. Snow- Physician’s Assistant

Sutton Free Library Book Discussion

The SFL book group now meets the third Wednesday of each month from 6-7pm. Call or stop in to grab a copy of this month’s book! All are welcome!

This month’s book and discussion date:

February 19th, 6-7pm: Mr Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan

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 computer, 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 you tried Libby!? 

If you use downloadable books this new app will be your new best friend! Check it out from your app store today! (It is FREE!!)

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 interlibrary loan you can borrow titles from all around NH as well as our local collection! Get started today.

Sutton Free Library

Museum Passes


Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium * Sponsored by: Donation in Memory of Beth Cernek *
Each pass provides FREE admission for 2 adults and all children ages 17 and under.
The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens
Each pass provides FREE admission for up to 2 adults and all accompanying children ages 18 and below; excluding special programs and events.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum * Sponsored by: Donation in Memory of Beth Cernek *
Each pass provides up to 4 people with a $5 admission per person. Children under age 18 aren’t included in the admission count and are always admitted free. General Admission: Adult $15, Seniors $12. Free: US Military & family members, anyone named Isabella, and if it’s your birthday (with valid ID).

New Hampshire State Parks
Each pass provides FREE admission for 2 adults and 4 children to any day-use park. Not valid at Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, The Flume Gorge, Hampton Beach State Park-South Beach, Wallis Sands State Park, metered parking or camping fees.
Shelburne Museum * Sponsored by: Donation in Memory of Beth Cernek *
Each pass provides 50% off general admission for 2 adults and 4 children (ages 5-17), ages 4 and under always free. General Admission (May 1-Oct 31): Adult $25, Senior $23, Youth (13-17) $14, Child (5-12) $12. (Nov 1- Apr 30): Adult $10, Youth (5-17) $5. Active military: free.

Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences 
* Sponsored by: The Friends of Sutton Free Library & Mascoma Bank *
Each pass admits admits all visitors for $5 per person.
Seacoast Science Center * Sponsored by: The Friends of Sutton Free Library &  Mascoma Bank*
Each pass admits 2 adults and 4 children at 50% off the admission price. 

Want to keep up to date with what’s going on at the library? You’re invited to visit the Sutton Free Library page which is regularly updated by the SFL Director. Find out what’s going on with Story Time, discover news books , hear about new program offerings… there’s a little of everything! Hope you can join us!

Click here to join the Sutton Free Library Facebook Page  

Check out the LSPA Outdoor Explorer Backpack

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 every season! Call or stop by for details.

Another hit from the folks at Lake Sunapee Protective Association!


Sutton Free Library is thrilled to announce that we have been selected as one of the Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF) Rural Library grant recipients for the 2018-2019 school year!

CLiF is a non-profit organization whose mission is to nurture a love of reading and writing among low-income, at-risk, and rural children up to age 12. CLiF awards its Rural Libraries grant program to twelve public libraries in NH and VT in towns of populations of 5,000 or less. CLiF works closely with the town’s public library, the local elementary school, and area daycares and preschools to provide extensive support over the course of one school year. This includes:

  • $2,000 in new books for the public library & $500 in new books for the school library
  • Brand-new books for all participating children from birth through grade six
  • Storytelling presentations at the elementary school and childcare centers
  • Brand-new books for all participating children

Thanks to the generous support of CLiF, and their sponsors, both the Sutton Free Library and the Sutton Central School library are adding many new titles, from picture books to non-fiction, to graphic novels, and audio books!

We can’t wait for you to stop by soon to see all the new books and share in all the excitement!



Kindness Rocks Sutton

Take one for inspiration ~ Share one for encouragement ~ Leave one for motivation

The Kindness Rocks Project encourages people to leave rocks painted with inspiring messages along the path of life.


The purpose is simple, to cultivate connections within communities and lift others up through simple acts of kindness.

To learn more, visit:     www.thekindnessrocksproject.com/

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.


Thanks to Mascoma Bank, Sugar River Bank and the Friends of Sutton Free Library for their generous support of the Summer Programming at Sutton Free Library! It rocked!

Year-Round Book Sale

Looking for the perfect book gift? Come check out the sale bookcases!

You name the price, all donations support your Sutton Free Library!


Board Members
First Name Last Name Position Term Expires
Jen Call Trustee 2021
Nancy Brook-Heckel Trustee 2022
Diane Lander Trustee 2021
Diane O'Neil Trustee 2020
Yvonne Howard Trustee 2021
Betsy Anderson Trustee Alternate