The one case of coronavirus that was confirmed in Orange County was a person who traveled to the Chinese city of Wuhan, identified as the center of the outbreak. The patient is generally reported to be in good condition and was hospitalized in isolation for monitoring.
Parents of teens are invited to an essential Town Hall meeting on February 4, designed to educate people about the reality of teen dating violence.
Led by Laura’s House and hosted by the City, the Town Hall – “What Your Teens Don’t Want You to Know: Exploring the Trends in Unhealthy Adolescent Relationships” – is from 7-8:30 pm at Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center, 24932 Veterans Way.
The City of Mission Viejo is joining people from near and far in commemorating the Holocaust on January 27 – and in the spring with a special event and exhibit from the World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Israel.
If you know a Mission Viejo resident who has made a substantial difference in the lives of others, consider nominating that special person for our annual Wall of Recognition.
This special program was created several years ago to recognize folks who have contributed extraordinary, lasting and highly significant service to our community. To qualify, the individual’s service must have been performed here in Mission Viejo or can be demonstrated to have directly benefited our City.
The Mission Viejo Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with the chambers in Lake Forest and Rancho Santa Margarita to host a Tri-Chamber Mixer on February 27.
The mixer is from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club located at 26772 Avery Parkway.
The event gives professionals, business owners and others the chance to network and meet community and business leaders. Chamber members are free. General admission is $20.
Parents are invited to take part in the Parent Project that is designed to help children grow into safe and capable adults.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Department and Saddleback Valley Unified School District team up to offer the 10-week program created for parents with strong-willed teens.
The program takes place Wednesday nights from 6 pm to 9 pm January 29 through March 31 at Los Alisos Intermediate School, 25171 Moor Ave.
If you’re a local history buff and even if you’re not, you won’t want to miss the first History Presentation on Mission Viejo of 2020.
Families with kids in grades K-12 are invited to the Capo Innovation Showcase on January 27.
Drop by Capistrano Valley High School anytime between 6-8 pm for a community open house, hands-on activities, innovative learning labs and breakout sessions in the showcase, which boasts a “Moving Full-Steam Ahead” theme.
The Orange County Registrar of Voters on Tuesday, January 7 will conduct a mock election in Mission Viejo to highlight the features of Vote Centers and Orange County’s new voting system.
The public is invited to learn about the benefits of the county’s transition to Vote Centers – including the ability to register to vote, cast an in-person ballot, obtain replacement ballots and more. In addition, voters will be able to cast a mock ballot on the new voting system.
The mock election is from 10 am to 6 pm in the Mission Viejo City Hall Saddleback Room at 200 Civic Center.