Students enjoy MCC's Sidney campus picnic area

Arts and Culture Events

January 24

12 - 1 p.m.

Martin Luther King Jr Day Presentation

Online/Sidney Campus

 

Photographer, author, and activist E. Mackey will discuss using photojournalism as a medium for viewing current events on Jan. 24 from 12 to 1 p.m. Mackey will be presenting virtually from his home in Miami, Fla. A live showing of his presentation will be in room M210 in the Les Morford Instructional Building on MCC’s Sidney campus. You can also connect to the live virtual presentation through the link below. Admission is free and lunch is provided for all attendees. This event is funded by the MCC Foundation Stanley and Blanche Ash Community College Enhancement Fund.

 

JOIN THE ONLINE EVENT HERE


February 1 - February 28

MCC to celebrate Black History Month in February

Sidney and Greenville campuses

 

In celebration of Black History Month, a timeline depicting key historical events and highlighting people who made significant contributions to black history from 1619 through the present will be on display Feb. 1-28  in the Beatrice E. Doser Building on MCC’s Sidney campus, and in the Stanley & Blanche Ash Technology & Learning Center on the college's Greenville campus. The event is funded by the MCC Foundation Stanley and Blanche Ash Community College Enhancement Fund.


February 23

5:30 - 10:30 p.m

“Stinney” Opera Bus Trip

Sidney Campus

 

Montcalm Community College is hosting a Feb. 23 bus trip to the Peter Martin Wege Theatre in Grand Rapids for a dress rehearsal of the opera “Stinney: An American Execution” by Frances Pollock.

In 1944, George Stinney Jr. was executed at the age of 14. Wrongfully accused of the rape and murder of two white girls, Stinney became the youngest person legally executed in America. “Stinney: An American Execution” spotlights the agony of this injustice as it reminds us of our aspirations for an enlightened society.

The bus will leave MCC’s Sidney campus at 5:30 p.m. and will depart from Grand Rapids at 9:30 p.m. to bring attendees back to campus. Only 40 tickets are available, and the cost is $10 per ticket. Advance registration is required. Visit montcalm.edu/events for more information and a link to register.

Attendees must provide proof of COVID vaccination or a negative COVID test within 72 hours of the event. Masks are required and must be worn throughout the entire performance.

This event is funded by the MCC Foundation Stanley and Blanche Ash Community College Enhancement Fund. 

For more information, contact MCC Cultural Events Coordinator Andrea Dowland at andrea.dowland@montcalm.edu or 989-328-1065.

 

REGISTER ONLINE HERE


CONTACT US
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Auxiliary Services Manager John Davis
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989-328-1209
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