Students enjoy MCC's Sidney campus picnic area

Arts and Culture Events

May 24  

Lifelong Learners “Making Your Wishes Known” presentation by Sunrae Hummel and Rena Ruehle

10 a.m. to noon in Room G129 in the Stanley & Blanche Ash Technology & Learning Center on MCC's Greenville campus

This program will be a thought-provoking conversation to help make your wishes known. Learn vocabulary, reflect on your values, choose a patient advocate, explore goals for treatment and then take first steps toward completing an advance directive.

June 7

Lifelong Learners Development presentation "Why Volunteer?" by Roger Coles

10 a.m. to noon in Room G129 in the Stanley & Blanche Ash Technology & Learning Center on MCC's Greenville campus

This program will be a thought-provoking conversation to help make your wishes known. Learn vocabulary, reflect on your values, choose a patient advocate, explore goals for treatment and then take first steps toward completing an advance directive.

This program will consist of two parts. During the first part, Dr. Roger Coles, an avid volunteer, will explore why we volunteer, our motivation, how it can enhance our lives and the lives of others. Participants will also briefly talk about happiness and this session will be laced with quotes.

Part two will be a panel of four active volunteers including Church Youth Group with Natalie Klackle; Hospital Care with Ester Crowley; Big Brothers and Big Sisters with Carol Rasmussen; and Clay Street Center, Adult Day Care with Sally Fox. These panelists will discuss their individual and unique volunteering experiences and what is has done for them and for others. Prepare to be inspired. This program may change your life.

 

June 29

Log Cabin Day

1-5 p.m. in Heritage Village on MCC's Sidney campus

Celebrate National Log Cabin Day at Montcalm Heritage Village Saturday, June 29, from 1 to 5 p.m. Visit the Montcalm Heritage Village’s Shoen Log Cabin, built in 1860, for a family-friendly afternoon. Enjoy a magic show with Gary Hauck, enter your homemade pie in the pie baking contest, listen to live music and create children’s crafts. The event is free and open to the community. Concessions will be available for purchase. Visit https://www.montcalm.edu/log-cabin-day or contact Shannon Kilduff at 616-894-9947 for more information.

Aug. 1-3

Heritage Festival

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Heritage Village on MCC's Sidney campus

The 33rd annual Heritage Festival is Aug. 1-3. During the three-day Heritage Festival, docents in period costumes offer tours of each structure. In addition, special programs include reenactments, historic displays, craft demonstrations and vendors, music, children’s activities, vintage Base Ball and other offerings. For more information, visit www.montcalm.edu/heritage-village or contact Shannon Kilduff at 616-894-9947.

CONTACT US
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Cultural Events Coordinator Teresa Snyder
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989-328-1065
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