This is scary, good time for all ages. Sponsored by Monticello Main Street, trick-or-treaters get to safely visit the downtown businesses for treats, usually held the Friday before Halloween. Dogwood Street becomes a haunted street full of ghouls and goblins actos medication. The Opera House usually provides entertainment. And don’t forget about Historic Monticello Ghost Tours sponsored by the Monticello – Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce.
Flea Across Florida is a giant, 272 mile yard sale in September, stretching from Live Oak to Pensacola for 3 days. Shoppers and treasure hunters drive from Live Oak to Pensacola and shop along Hwy 90. The event is only on Hwy 90. Professional vendors or anyone with “stuff” to sell can register for a 12′ X 12′ space. Towns along Hwy 90 set up areas for vendors. Individuals with property on Hwy 90 may also sell from their front yards. Monticello has 7 designated areas along Hwy 90 for vendors. There are similar events that occur in Georgia, Alabama and along the east coast corridor at different times of the year. You’ll find upscale items as well as typical flea market/yard sale treasures click this link now.
Business After 5 Mixer
Traditions Embroidery & Screen Printing
December 18, 2014 from 5 PM to 7 PM
150 North Jefferson Street
Monticello, FL 32345
Thursday December 18, 5:00 pm to 7 pm: Come out to our next Business After 5 Mixer and meet the courteous employees of Traditions diabetes medicine. Find out what services they offer and how they can better serve you!
Promoting Business; Promoting Monticello
Ghost Tours start in October – the last three weekends in October on Friday and Saturday nights. All Ghost Tours begin at the Monticello Chamber of Commerce Office. Select your date and time. Tickets are available at the Chamber why not look here. Call 997-5552 for more information.
June is the home to our ever popular Jefferson County Watermelon Festival. Originally the festival was started to recognize the watermelon growers in Jefferson County actos 15 mg. Held the third weekend of June, this festival has enjoyed 65 plus years of watermelon, music, children’s theater, pageants, Street Dance, arts and crafts vendors, food, a 5K run, car show, art show ghost tours seed spitting contest, watermelon carving contest, softball tournament, Beer Garden, parade and much, much more. The Watermelon Festival continues as a time-honored tradition that says it’s summertime in Monticello, FL.