Early Days of Radio in Michigan “The Early Days of Radio in Michigan” presents the history of the first commercial radio stations and the programs of that era. As the public interest increased and radio dales sky rocketed, radio soon became an all-American past time. From the mid-1920’s to the 1950’s, several hundred network radio programs were created. Some of the best shows originates from Detroit, Chicago and New York City. This presentation will share many wonderful memories of the early days of radio.
September 12 * Binda Performing Arts Center, KCC North Ave Campus BUFFET OPENS: 12:00 PM * PRESENTATION: 1:00-2:00 PM * $15
Santa Gets a Pink Slip! Christmas is the busiest time of the year for Santa, right? Well not this year because Santa LLC has plans to change Christmas. The LLC decides that we don’t need an over-paid Santa who only works one day a year! Their new vision is all planned and readu to begin, and it starts with Santa geting a pink slip. Let’s just say chaos and mayhem ensue. Watch as the Big Man in Red returns to try and save Christmas. Packed full of Christmas songs and memories for all to enjoy!
December 6 * Cornwell’s Turkeyville, 18935 15 1/2 Mile Rd, Marshall SEATING: 11:45 AM * BUFFET OPENS: 12:00 PM * SHOW: 2:00-4:00 PM * $35
Monthly Movie Matinees
Join us each month for a movie of interest on our big screen at 1:00 PM in the Davidson Theater (Room 201) on KCC’s North Avenue Campus. We’ll warm-up the popcorn popper for an added treat! (FREE for Members!)
September 20: La La Land November 8: A Star is Born
Our lunch bunch meets every semester at a local restaurant for a pay-your-own lunch and to play trivia games for prizes!
Battle Creek: October 1 12:00 PM Clara’s on the River
Hastings: October 3 12:00 PM Mexican Connection