|Santa will be at his house in front of Montague City Hall on the corner of Spring Street and Ferry Street following the Christmas Parade on December 7th at 2:00 pm. He will be back at his house on Fridays, December 13th and 20th from 4 pm to 6 pm and on Saturdays, December 14th and 21st from 1 pm to 3 pm. Bring the kids down and take their picture while they sit on Old St. Nick's lap. For additional information, contact Montague Chief Robert Rought at 231-893-0810.
In 2004 the Montague Police Department constructed a new and improved "Santa House." The old house, over forty years old, was maintained and repaired for many years by retired police officer Bob Kowalski. The "Santa House," a Montague Police tradition, has been an annual attraction to White Lake area children ever since the 1960s.
Donations to the new "Santa House"
Todd Afton, Standard Supply & Lumber - all building materials
Ed Rumsey - labor to build house
Paul Potter, Triple P Service - painting
Sherwin Williams - paint
Dan Felt, White Lake Flooring - carpeting
Chris Lantz, White Lake Flooring - carpet installation
Jeff Cockerill, Hunt's Hardware - Christmas tree and mail slot
Dan Sikkenga, Whitehall Products - refurbish sign
Ken Ramthun - paving blocks and mobilization
Brian Heykoop, Heykoop's Graphics - sign for Santa's hours
Bob Kimball, Pamida - Christmas lights
Lori Cater, Dollar Discount - toys
Jeana Simon, Wesco - candy
Glen Lipka - candy canes
Mayor Henry Roesler - Santa's chair
Montague DPW - moving Santa's House to and from storage area
Montague Police personnel
Thank you, everyone!