Lectures & Events

North Central Michigan College provides a wide variety of events for students and the community to enjoy. These events include lectures featuring local, regional, national and international speakers, fundraisers, blood drives and more.

Looking for some great reading this winter? Check out the North Central Michigan College Used Book Sale, Tuesday through Thursday, February 16-18, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.  The book sale will be in the lobby of the main administration building Read More...
Digging Up History in Israel: Archeological Exploration at Ashdod-Yam FREE and open to the public Library Conference Center Ashdod-Yam, on the coast of Israel overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, was an important port from the Bronze Age Read More...
Why do changing water temperatures in the Pacific Ocean affect Northern Michigan weather?   Jim Keysor of the National Weather Service office in Gaylord will analyze El Nino cycles from a historical perspective and point out clues to our Read More...
North Central Michigan College’s Lecture Series will present a lecture on community awareness in the face of active shooter events. Dr. Mike Clumpner, a 25-year veteran of public safety and president and CEO of Threat Suppression, Inc., will Read More...
Magician Jania Taylor will review the stories of five women who have performed as magicians, from those who worked on steamer boats in the 1800s up to the present day. She will also perform some the illusions that the ladies featured in their Read More...
Over the course of six summers, Stephen Brede paddled his Kruger Canoe “Seaweed” around the shorelines of all five Great Lakes. He will talk about the challenges of paddling and camping along his 3,800-mile solo voyage, and describe the Read More...
Presidential campaigns may be overly long and too expensive, but they might be the best test of a candidate’s ability to handle the job.  Three billion dollars might be spent on the 2016 race. What should voters look for?  How should Read More...
Elizabeth Del Buono, M.D., surgical pathologist, Munson Medical Center, will review the health impacts of climate change, explain why it is necessary to address these issue, and suggest policies that health professionals and others should support to Read More...