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Monarch Festival in Southern Indiana

Submitted by on August 16, 2023 – 12:46 amNo Comment

Monarch Festival, Mount Saint Francis, IndianaThe Monarch Festival at MountFest in Mount St. Francis, Indiana, is a free event set for September 23, 2023, featuring an immersive butterfly experience not to mention regional, food trucks, beer & wine garden, children’s activities, bouncy houses, and music.

The Butterfly Experience & Release allows both children and adults an opportunity to learn about, view, and interact with Monarch butterflies in a way most people have never had the chance to before. Monarch butterflies are the most recognized and most friendly butterflies. They need assistance with repopulation and the butterfly release allows these butterflies to repopulate the areas they are released in. The experience is open from noon to 6 p.m., with the release set for 6 p.m.

Arts and crafts booths, food trucks, and the Beer and Wine Garden will be open from noon until 8 p.m. with the kids’ zone closing at 7:30 p.m. It all takes place at Mount St. Francis Center for Spirituality, 101 St. Anthony Drive, Mount St. Francis, Indiana. N

The annual Monarch Festival is sponsored by the Arts Alliance of Southern Indiana and MountFest is hosted by the Mount Saint Francis Center for Spirituality. Both are combined for the third time into a grand outdoor celebration in 2023. This is the seventh annual MountFest and the 12th annual Monarch Festival.

All proceeds from Monarch Festival at MountFest will support programs and activities at Mount Saint Francis Center for Spirituality and the Arts Alliance of Southern Indiana.

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