The Montcalm Community College Library is the perfect place to research, read and discover. The library is located in the lower level of the Donald C. Burns Administration/Library Building on the college’s Sidney campus. The library is accessible by a stairwell located in the foyer on the east side of the building, or by the elevator in the foyer. There is no outside entrance to the library.
Montcalm Community College Library hosts MCC Reads. The program aims to reach our community of readers, in Montcalm County and at MCC, to inspire, uplift, and enlighten by reading books that touch the hearts and minds our readers, celebrate literature and encourage library use.
Crystal the Mastodon was found by an excavator near Crystal, Mich., in 1986. Crystal is on display outside of MCC’s Library through generous support from the MCC Foundation and donor Mort Pomeroy.
12:05 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
“In Honor of Horror: Horror Flick Favorites from MCC’s Super Superfans”
If you’re looking to get your scare on, Writing Center Consultant Kyleigh Ritter and MCC Student Wes Jacobs will be sharing their picks, as well as their personal history with horror, horror trivia, and Wes’s tribute to the Chucky films. This one-of-a-kind collaboration between an MCC staff member and student is to be celebrated and the perfect presentation for October...cool, kooky, spooky, boo-tiful! Refreshments provided.
12:05 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
“Tail-Waggin’ Tales from Montcalm County Animal Control”
Science Instructor and longtime Montcalm County Animal Control volunteer Heather Wesp will be sharing her experiences with the animals in the shelter and providing an update
on Animal Control’s mission and ways you can get involved with the furry and feathered creatures who need homes. This is also an opportunity to pet a friendly dog, and if you’re so inclined, donate to the shelter. Suggested donations you may bring to the library include money, pop cans, pet food (canned & dry), dog collars, bones, dog & cat toys, clumping kitty litter, Clorox bleach (jug & spray), Lysol spray, and canned pumpkin. Refreshments provided.
12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Physics of Flight
Experience the science of avian flight, as a Bald Eagle, a Red-Tailed Hawk, and an Owl spread their wings and soar, in this interactive presentation in the MCC Gymnasium in the Activities Building. Refreshments provided. Email email@example.com for more information.