Santa will be hanging out on the Crosse House porch, 133 W. Main St. from 12:30-2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 4. Stop by to say hello and tell him what is on your wish list this year. Visitors will receive a candy cane, but because of COVID-19, there will be no sitting on Santa’s lap this year.
The Dr. Charles G. Crosse House is a historic home circa 1864 and located at 133 W. Main Street in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, United States. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Crosse was instrumental in the development of Sun Prairie.
Crosse was the city’s doctor, and his son, Charles S. Crosse, published a newspaper called The Countryman (which eventually became the Sun Prairie Star), which documented the daily activity of the area. He helped to establish the first high school and served as a State Legislator.