CANCELLED--2020 Walk N Roll 25th Annual - Saturday, 08/8/2020
Walk 'n' Roll is a celebration of Monticello's beautiful parks and pathways! By registering as a Pathway Partner, you can promote your organization to the community at a reserved site along the pathway route and with a listing in Pathports.
The event route starts at CentraCare Health-Monticello, follows the pathway through Ellison Park and down River Street, and ends with a party in West Bridge Park!
Pathway Partners are promoted through distribution of the beautiful colorful Pathports. The Pathport is the walk 'n' roller's guide along the pathway and will be distributed at numerous locations before the event, including City Hall, the Chamber of Commerce, Monticello Community Center, and local businesses.
On the day of the event, you can give away information about your organization, treats, and small promotional items. We ask that you not charge for items at your site. We encourage you to be creative and promote health and wellness in the community - we love when pathway partners volunteer to host a game or short activity!
Pathway Partners are responsible for bringing their own tables, chairs, and tents (if desired). Your space along the pathway will be assigned in advance.
Walk 'n' rollers will present a Pathport at your booth for validation during the event. Participants will bring their validated Pathports to West Bridge Park for a chance to win a bike.
A voluntary contribution of $25 is requested from Pathway Partners to assist with the costs of holding the event. You can register for the event online and submit a check payment to City Hall at 505 Walnut Street, Suite 1, Monticello, MN 55362.
There is no cost to register for a site. A suggested donation of $25 helps support event promotion and entertainment. Please make checks payable to the City of Monticello and mail to City Hall at 505 Walnut St., Suite 1, Monticello, MN 55362. You can also visit City Hall to pay by credit card.
Lunch Concessions available in West Bridge Park and the new Lions Shelter in Ellison Park.