From beginning guitar and ukulele to iPhone photography and abstract painting, the City’s artistic virtual classes will have you embracing your creativity.
An array of online classes kick off in November. Check them out and register at this link today.
Before Election Day, you have another important vote to cast! Vote for your favorite scarecrow this spooky season.
Groups and organizations tapped their creative sides building scarecrows for the City’s 4th annual Scarecrow Contest. Cash prizes will be awarded to the winning designers – courtesy of the Mission Viejo Chamber of Commerce.
The City of Mission Viejo’s first Drive-in Movie, Sponsored by Evolution Swim Academy, will showcase a crowd favorite “Coco” on October 30 at Saddleback College. This enchanting animated film will air after dusk on a large 52-foot screen. Gates open at 6 pm, with the movie starting at 7 pm. All ticket proceeds will benefit the Headquarters Battalion, 1st Marine Division from Camp Pendleton.
The City of Mission Viejo’s first Drive-in Movie will showcase a crowd favorite “Coco” on October 30 at Saddleback College. This enchanting animated film will air after dusk on a large 52-foot screen. Gates open at 6 pm, with the movie starting at 7 pm. All ticket proceeds will benefit the Headquarters Battalion, 1st Marine Division from Camp Pendleton.
To keep patrons safe, tailgating is prohibited and everyone must remain in their vehicles. Families are also encouraged to support their favorite Mission Viejo eatery by picking up dinner to enjoy in their cars.
The City’s Montanoso and Sierra Recreation Centers are gearing up to reopen to the public on October 5 in accordance with the recently issued state guidelines.
The City of Mission Viejo continues to follow evolving state and local guidelines under the statewide emergency order and has been proactively modifying reopening plans to comply with the new guidelines to ensure patrons remain safe. In anticipation of the October 5 reopening date, the City updated its custodial agreements, staffing schedules and safety measures to welcome members back.
It still feels like summer, but fall is in the air – meaning scarecrow season is quickly approaching. The City will place more than 50 scarecrows in public places throughout the community and is seeking businesses and nonprofit organizations – churches, scouts, schools and charities – to make a scarecrow for the chance to win a cash prize.
The City of Mission Viejo will host a Drive-Through Flu Shot Clinic in the parking lot of the Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center on Friday, November 6.
While supplies last, the vaccine from the Orange County Health Care Agency will be available to folks 18 and older from 10 am to 2 pm. Participants will be required to wear a face mask.
The flu shots are free, but donations are welcome to benefit the City’s senior services. Mission Hospital is sponsoring the event along with Monarch Health Care and MemorialCare.
Youth sports like soccer, softball and baseball practices are slowly returning to City fields beginning August 31 – in line with the California Department of Public Health’s new guidance for youth sports to return to play.