Suggest an Event on our New Calendar!

The City of Monticello is proud to present its new events calendar.  The calendar lists upcoming events on our main web page and a more comprehensive listing inside.  You will find:

  • City Events (Council and Board of Works Meetings)
  • Parks Events (Summer Programs)
  • Twin Lakes Area Events (The Spirit of Monticello Festival and more)

This listing is mobile-friendly and each calendar can be added to your smartphone or desktop calendar by clicking the "Subscribe" button and following the prompt.

The community is encouraged to suggest an community-based, public event for addition to the calendar.  Simply fill out the form and submit your event.

  Review the Events Calendar Listing here.
  Suggest an Event

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Open for the Summer! Sign-up for Swim Lessons Online

The Monticello Parks Department has opened City Pool for the summer.  Review the Schedule and other information.    pdf Click here for the information  or visit their web page

If you are interested in swimming lessons for your child, please visit our online form and submit your request.  Swimming Lessons are available for children Age 3 and older. No exceptions.

Please submit a separate form for each child attending. See form for other details.

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Parks Dept. Announces Summer Programs

sunshine  pdf Click to review the Summer Programs Schedule/Flyer

Join us for Fun in the Sun! The Monticello City Parks Department announces the following summer programs. Please register for each class.  To register call Cindy Isom at 574-583-4525 or the Parks Department at 574-583-3983 or leave a message.  Each class will cost for supplies.  Classes except art with be in the Shady Rest Pavilion if it is nice and Central Pavilion if it rains.  If you have general questions, please call Cindy Isom at 574-583-4525.

 Space Travel

 Space Travel is our future!  First the moon, then Mars, then who knows?  For students entering Grade 3 to Grade 6.  We will meet Wednesdays in June at noon in the Shady Rest Pavilion in the City Park.  The cost is $3.00

  • June 5 - Blast Off With Rockets - Science and history of rockets and a rocket launch!
  • June 12 - Space Camp - Astronaut training, clothing, and foods.
  • June 19 - Moons of Jupiter and Saturn - So many moons and each one is different.  Let's look at most of them.​
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May in the Parks

The Monticello Parks Department announces its programming for the month of May.

May 10th Music by the Fire - Friday 7pm - Altherr Nature Park Amphitheater ( In case of rain- Anheier Building in City Park) Students from Frankie Rupe’s School of Guitar will play by the campfire and during a break we will roast marshmallows for S’mores. For all ages, free, dress for the weather.

May 18th Day of Caring Part 2 –Saturday 9-11am - Altherr Nature Park. Hosted by White County United Way and Monticello Parks Department, we will work on invasive species removal.

May 23rd Summer Reading Kick Off- Thursday 2-4pm- City Park- The Library and Parks will hold a carnival to kick off their summer programs.

May 28th POP Kickoff at the Farmer’s Market- Tuesday 4-7pm on Constitution Plaza by the Courthouse. Sign up your kids to purchase and eat healthy food, play and exercise, all while studying about healthy living. Everyone will enjoy the Farmer’s Market.

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