Santa still coming to town

Deanna Bonn

Old Fashioned Christmas may look a little different this year, but Santa Claus is still coming to town.

Santa will be making a stop at the Kansas Oil Museum on Saturday, From 4 to 8 p.m. Dec. 5. The event will take place outside on the grounds of the museum which allows for nearly 10 acres of fresh air.

Santa will be located in the 1885 Foster School House along with a Christmas Tree courtesy of Cardinal Creek Farms.

The setting provides a backdrop for Old Fashion Christmas pictures with Santa.

Only one (1) family will be allowed in the Foster School House, at a time.

An old fashioned school bench, sanitized between uses, will offer visitors a place to visit with Santa while he is seated on the other side of the Christmas tree.

Santa will be wearing a mask and social distancing. All visitors wanting to participate are asked to do the same. Museum staff will be taking the temperatures of visitors before entry to the museum grounds.

Please dress for outside temperatures. Volunteers will be on hand to help with social distancing and hand sanitizing.

All children will receive candy cane treats sponsored by Hogoboom Oilfield Trucking.

A special “Santa Letter” mailbox will be available for those not wishing to leave their vehicles.

This event is provided by the Kansas Oil Museum and is free and open to the public however, donations will be graciously accepted.