One Book One County

‘The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek’ is One Book One County selection

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“The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek” by Kim Michele Richardson is the book everyone will be reading as the 2022 One Book One County Montcalm selection.

One Book One County Montcalm kickoff is May 24

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Find out what everyone is reading during the 2022 One Book One County Montcalm (OBOC) Kickoff Celebration at 1 p.m. on May 24 in room G129 in the Stanley and Blanche Ash Technology and Learning Center on Montcalm Community College’s Greenville campus.

Through the program, a committee selects a significant piece of literature to promote in the county’s book clubs, schools, libraries, organizations, neighborhoods and homes to create interaction in the community.

One Book closing celebration features Michigan author

Dianna Stampfler will share stories about ‘Michigan’s Haunted Lighthouses’ on Sept. 23

Dianna Stampfler, Michigan author of “Michigan’s Haunted Lighthouses,” will share captivating  stories about lighthouses in Michigan with spooky tales of ghosts and spirits during the One Book One County Montcalm Closing Celebration on Sept. 23 in rooms D303-305 in the Beatrice E. Doser Building on Montcalm Community College’s Sidney campus.

Sept. 23 One Book closing features Michigan author

Join Michigan author Dianna Stampfler to learn about “Michigan’s Haunted Lighthouses” during the One Book One County Montcalm Closing Celebration Sept. 23 at 6 p.m. in rooms D303-305 in the Beatrice E. Doser Building on MCC’s Sidney campus.

One Book One County selection revealed

2021 book selection is ‘The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man’

For any area bookworms who may be eager to pick up a book and share its story with fellow reading enthusiasts, look no further than this year’s One Book One County Montcalm program.

On Thursday, the selection for the program’s 2021 season was announced — “The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man” by W. Bruce Cameron — with an official unveiling and kickoff celebration held at the Stanley and Blanche Ash Technology and Learning Center on Montcalm Community College’s (MCC) Greenville campus.