The Annual Green County Fall Nationals brings out some of the most talented and recognized names in the local tractor and truck pulling arena. With some of the competitors bringing more than 4,500 horse to a 300’+ track, you will be sure to get your money’s worth at this event!
Year after year, this truck and tractor pull brings in competitors from across the Midwest. And we don’t expect that to change this year!
The Green County Fall Nationals is a charitable organization
501 (c)(3), providing financial support to individuals in Green County. Profits from the last year’s event have and will continue to support individuals who have suffered hardship or tragedy.
Event organizer: Mark Hawthorn
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Monticello Lions Club Bi-Annual Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser
Sunday, March 17th
7am – Noon
Come enjoy hotcakes with the Monticello Lions Club at their tasty Pancake Breakfast in Monticello, WI . Held each spring at the Monticello School Rehmstadt Gym, the Lions share the honor of hosting the pancake breakfast with one of the Monticello school organizations as a fundraiser for both.
This year the proceeds support the Monticello Girls Basketball and Green Cares Food Pantry. We hope you can attend!
Annual MCoC Sponsored Village-wide Garage Sales
Occurs Mid-May Every Year
Let us advertise for you! Ads will run in local papers and garage sale spreadsheets will be available around Monticello. Cost is only $5 per household (checks payable to Monticello Chamber of Commerce).
Deadline is 12:00 NOON – Monday, May 14th, 2018
Mail or drop off your entry at Monticello Village Hall, 140 N Main St., Monticello, WI 53570
A lawn sign will be delivered to your yard which matches your location on the map. Please leave it out for us to pick up.
2018 Annual MCoC Sponsored Village-wide Garage Sales Fall Map
The Badger State Archaeological Society holds its Annual Native American Indian Artifact Show in late October on a Sunday. The event will be held at the Rehmstedt gym in Monticello School, 334 South Main Street, Monticello, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Cost of admission is approximately $2.00 for 14 years and older.
The show was started by Ralph Hammerly with only five tables in Monroe. The show has grown to over 80 tables of artifacts on display or for sale, including points, stone, bone, copper artifacts, Eskimo items, prints, books, pottery, jewelry, rugs and a whole lot more. The show itself is a history lesson, and there will be experts on hand to identify your artifacts.
The Boy Scout Troop #106 will have a lunch stand.
Awards for Best of Show, Best Personal Find, Judge’s Choice, and Best Educational Display.
For more information, contact Steve or Janet Gobeli at (608) 329-4781.