MCC Alumni & Friends Choir

Arts and Culture


Montcalm Community college strives to enrich the greater Montcalm area by offering sustainable access to a variety of artistic and cultural opportunities. MCC’s cultural offerings include trips to Chicago; ArtPrize in Grand Rapids; Stratford, Ontario, Canada to view a Shakespeare production; and others; as well as musical presentations by local, regional and national artists; theater productions, art exhibits, lectures and more.

eventsView a list of upcoming Arts & Culture events.

ASH LECTURESHIP SERIESThe Stanley and Blanche Ash Lectureship Series aims to increase awareness of key issues of global and domestic importance.


heritage villageEstablished in 1987, Montcalm Heritage Village has grown to include 28 buildings on Montcalm Community College’s Sidney campus, and it features hundreds of artifacts from local areas depicting life in Michigan in turn the turn of the 20th Century.

MCC Alumni & Friends ChoirMCC's Alumni & Friends Choir is a community and student non-audition choir.

MCC Philharmonic OrchestraMCC's Philharmonic Orchestra is for instrumentalists with previous instrumental ensemble experience.

heritage festivalThe annual Heritage Festival, in Heritage Village, on Montcalm Community College’s Sidney campus, is an annual three-day celebration in August that features historic displays, events, refreshments and entertainment for all ages.

" Montcalm County has a rich and deep history of Arts and Culture, dating back to its origins. That cultural heritage continues to this day and Montcalm Community College is at the heart of it all. "
Larry Moss


MCC supports the Montcalm Area Humanities Council, promoting historical and cultural events and organizations in Montcalm County and surrounding areas. You may also visit the council’s Facebook page

MCC supports One Book One County Montcalm. Hosted by the public libraries of Montcalm County, this program encourages area residents to read the same book at the same time and share it with their friends and family, while enjoying a variety of events held throughout the county.

Auxiliary Services Manager John Davis