The Orange County Sheriff’s Department launched a regional registry to assist families and caregivers of folks with certain medical conditions, special needs or disabilities that may make communication with law enforcement difficult.
Take Me Home is a free program available to residents to help people with dementia, Alzheimer’s, autism, Down syndrome or any developmental disability or medical condition that might impact their ability to effectively communicate.
Mark your calendar for Tuesday, August 6 when Mission Viejo joins thousands of communities nationwide for the annual National Night Out community safety fair.
In celebration of our safe City, Mission Viejo Police Services is hosting this year’s expanded interactive fair from 5-8 pm at Cordova Park, 26931 El Retiro.
National Night Out celebrates Mission Viejo’s continual ranking as one of California’s safest cities while fostering positive relationships between law enforcement and the community.
Enjoy the great Mission Viejo outdoors during this year’s Camp Out August 17-18 at Cordova Park, 26931 El Retiro.
A few tickets are still available for this fabulous overnighter that takes place from 4 pm to 10 am and includes family activities, life-sized games, crafts, a scavenger hunt, bonfires and more!
The Habit will serve up a delicious dinner for people who pre-purchase meal tickets before Friday, July 26, and breakfast will be provided.
Baseball fans listen up: Get ready to root on your favorite teams in the So Cal Little League State Tournament at Marty Russo Youth Athletic Park July 20-30.
Hosted by District 68 Little League, this year’s prestigious tournament for players ages 10-12 includes the best 10 teams in Southern California – from Santa Barbara to San Diego – battling it out. The winner of the tournament will advance to the Western Regional Tournament in San Bernardino with hopes of becoming the western representative in Williamsport, PA at the Little League World Series.
Think you can perform the best belly flop or cannon ball in town? Earn prizes and forever bragging rights at the final Summer Friday Float from 4-7 pm on August 2 at the Sierra Recreation Center, 26887 Recodo Lane.
Bring your family, swimsuits and towels to this ice cream-themed event that includes music, family games and crafts. Enjoy the water slide from 4-5:45 pm before perfecting your style in the belly flop and cannon ball contests at 6 pm. Food, snacks and ice cream will be sold onsite, and guests will enjoy open recreational swimming and tons of fun.
Get ready to kick up your feet and move to the beat of the Bee’s Knees Speakeasy & Swing Dance featuring Got That Swing on Saturday, July 13 at the Norman P. Murray Community Center!
With live music and dancing, this event promises to engage all ages in swing dancing and a vintage speakeasy attitude. Got That Swing reaches far beyond the swing era to include pop classics from every period. You won’t stop dancing when you hear them perform.
Enjoy an enchanting night under the stars experiencing one of Shakespeare’s most famous and dramatic plays – “Henry V” – performed by Shakespeare by the Sea on Friday, July 19.
The production begins at 7 pm along the Village Green near the Norman Murray Community Center at 24932 Veterans Way.
If you want a front-row seat to an exciting national swim competition, consider volunteering as a swim meet timer for the 2019 USMS Summer National Championship August 7-11 at Mission Viejo’s Marguerite Aquatics Center.
If you want to tap your competitive side without flexing a muscle, sign up for the Esport-Management Summer League.
This month-long program by Esport-Management and the City of Mission Viejo is dedicated to the most popular titles and includes lessons, competition, coaching and prizes. Whether you’re a novice or a more seasoned player, this league has something for you.
Option A - Beginner Esports