Library Closure: All city libraries are closed on Saturday January 1st, 2022 New Years Day and Monday January 24th, Martin Luther King Day Winter Reading Challenge 2022 (Read for a Better World) January 1st – January 31st Encouraging readers of all ages to explore diversity, empathy, and action through literature. Online sign-ups begin Jan 1… Continue reading Mira Mesa Library January Events
By Pam Stevens Saturday, July 4 – Mira Mesa Virtual 4th of July Parade Online – A sampler of the amazing Mira Mesa community! Watch at: http://www.miramesatowncouncil.org Monday, July 6 – Mira Mesa Town Council meeting 7 p.m. online – Link to the meeting will be posted at Facebook.com/MiraMesaTownCouncil/ Instagram.com/MiraMesaTownCouncil http://www.miramesatowncouncil.org Wednesday, July 8 –… Continue reading Mira Mesa Town Council Calendar of Upcoming Events – July 2020
By Pam Stevens The Mira Mesa Town Council is sad to announce this year’s Mira Mesa Street Fair, scheduled for Oct. 3, 2020, has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. MMTC plans to bring back Street Fair next year. The 22nd annual Mira Mesa Street Fair will be held on October 2, 2021, 10… Continue reading 2020 Mira Mesa Street Fair Cancelled – MMTC Seeks Videos for Virtual Street Fair Show this Fall and more on MMTC notifications.
Under the guidance of the CA Department of Public Health and San Diego County’s Public Health Officer, the San Diego Public Library will be closed until further notice. Programs and events at the library are cancelled until further notice, although virtual events, such as meetings of the Mira Mesa Library’s monthly book group, the Banned… Continue reading MIRA MESA BRANCH LIBRARY Announcement – August 2020
By Pam Stevens Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, a Savannah Story, by John Berendt, is a “non-fiction novel,” published in 1994, which reads like suspenseful fiction but is essentially a true story based on events in the1980s. Everyone interested is invited to join in discussing this intriguing title at the Mira Mesa… Continue reading Discuss Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil – Banned Book Club article
On Monday, April 13, 2020, Charles Michael Nothdurft, husband, father, son, brother, and friend, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 55. Charles Michael Nothdurft, known as Chuck, was born on January 18, 1965 to Don and Elvira Nothdurft; he was the 7th of 8 children. He went to Madison High School and graduated in… Continue reading Remembering a Mira Mesan: Charles Michael “Chuck” Nothdurft, 1965 – 2020
By Pam Stevens Do you think Nietzsche is peachy? Or are you curious to know more about the ideas of the famous German philosopher, but reading a lengthy work by the author of Thus Spoke Zarathrustra strike you as, well, work?Either way, you may enjoy reading Nietzsche’s Ecce Homo, a relatively short book he wrote… Continue reading Discuss Nietzsche’s Ecce Homo July 28 at Mira Mesa Library’s Banned Book Club Meeting via Zoom
By Pam Stevens The Mira Mesa Town Council is sad to announce this year’s Mira Mesa Street Fair, scheduled for Oct. 3, 2020, has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. MMTC plans to bring back Street Fair next year. The 22nd annual Mira Mesa Street Fair will be held on October 2, 2021, 10… Continue reading Mira Mesa Town Council Calendar of Upcoming Events – Aug 2020
By Pam Stevens Thursday, June 25 – MMTC Drive-Through Food Drive with Summit Point Church, benefiting Feeding San Diego 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. 10770 Rickert Rd., 92126 Drive through and drop off a food donation for Feeding San Diego. Most needed items include: Peanut butter & nuts; canned fish or chicken white meat; canned… Continue reading Mira Mesa Town Council Calendar of Upcoming Events
Friday, June 12, 2020, was Diploma Day for the 512 seniors graduating from Mira Mesa High School. From 9am to 2pm, a long line of cars, each bearing a graduating senior (in alphabetical order by last name) and usually one or more other happy members of the graduate’s immediate family, all appropriately masked, slowly… Continue reading Congratulations to the MMHS Class of 2020 Visionaries!