SAN DIEGO — As with many recent community and cultural events, the Vietnamese American Youth Alliance (VAYA) announced the cancellation of the in-person 16th annual San Diego Tết Festival. The event, which typically attracts thousands of visitors to Mira Mesa, was scheduled for Feb. 12-14, 2021. Instead, VAYA will host the event virtually, tentatively scheduled… Continue reading 16th Annual SD Tết Festival Goes Virtual Feb 13, 2021
By Pam Stevens Mira Mesa High School Sapphire Sound Marching Band and Color Guard seniors are featured among the high school and college students from around the country whose virtual performance of “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” will appear in the 2-hour television special, “Rose Parade’s New Year Celebration presented by Honda,” broadcast from 8am to… Continue reading MMHS Sapphire Sound Seniors Perform in “Rose Parade’s New Year Celebration” TV Special Jan. 1, 2021
By Pam Stevens
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 – December 1, 2020
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 – November 1st, 2020
By Pam Stevens Do you enjoy reading and talking about books? The Mira Mesa Library’s Banned Book Club, a book group with a “freedom to read” theme, meets the last Tuesday of each month (no meeting in December), 6:30pm to 8pm. The book group began in September 2004, growing from an event at the Mira… Continue reading Mira Mesa Library Banned Book Club Reads Banned Books – and More!
By Jeff Stevens, Chair, Mira Mesa Community Planning Group September 30, 2020 The 3Roots project is in Carroll Canyon on the east side of Camino Santa Fe extending almost to Camino Ruiz. It includes 1800 housing units, a commercial area and a 23 acre community park. It has been under review by the Mira Mesa… Continue reading 3Roots Project Approved by City Council
By Pam Stevens Some things change, some stay the same. Although the 2020-21 school year has a dramatically different framework, with all San Diego Unified schools starting the year via distance education, the Mira Mesa Town Council, is continuing its tradition of hosting a “Schools Night” featuring principals of K-12 schools in Mira Mesa as… Continue reading MMTC Hosts Schools Night Oct 5 via Zoom Featuring Principals of all K-12 Mira Mesa Cluster Schools
8405 New Salem Street, San Diego, CA 92126, (858) 538-8165www.facebook.com/miramesalibrary and http://www.sandiegolibrary.orgOnline calendar: sandiego.librarymarket.com Announcements Please visit http://www.sandiegolibrary.org for up-to-date changes to our services. Contactless Pickup Service Contactless Pickup Service is available Monday through Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Mira Mesa Library as well as 23 other branch locations. For more information, visit http://www.sandiego.gov/pickupservice… Continue reading MIRA MESA BRANCH LIBRARY Announcement – October 2020
By Pam Stevens Calling all Mira Mesa community groups, local businesses, singers, dancers, actors, bands, musicians, magicians, and performers of all sorts, from martial arts practitioners to mimes: you are invited to submit a brief video (up to 10 minutes) for the Mira Mesa Town Council’s Virtual Street Fair Show! MMTC Board member Teri Ang… Continue reading MMTC Seeks Videos for Virtual Street Fair Show – Deadline Extended to October 1!