A Night of Entertainment to Benefit La Mirada Meals on Wheels E-mail
Facebook Twitter Delicious Stumbleupon Reddit Linked In 
Monday, 19 January 2015 19:15

La Mirada~The annual Lou Piltz Memorial Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser will take place Friday January 30th from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the La Mirada Activity Center.

The event benefits the La Mirada Meals on Wheels-providing hot, nutritious meals to the elderly and disabled in the La Mirada area since 1975.

The dinner is named after the late Lou Piltz who served on the Board of Directors and also served as President and Treasurer of Meals On Wheels La Mirada. The dinner will include, spaghetti, meat sauce, salad and garlic bread.

Entertainment will be provided by students of the Visual and Performing Arts Academy of La Mirada High School.

There will be a 50/50 contest and two raffles with various prizes.

Desserts will be provided by the La Mirada Ebell Club for a nominal donation.

Editor of the La Mirada Blog, Tony Aiello will be the Master of Ceremonies for the evening.

For tickets or for more information, please contact Meals On Wheels at 562-943-0037.

City of La Mirada Conducting Toy and Food Drive E-mail
Facebook Twitter Delicious Stumbleupon Reddit Linked In 

La Mirada~Help those less fortunate this holiday season with La Mirada's annual Holiday Toy & Food Drive.

Now through Dec. 16, donations of new, unwrapped toys and nonperishable food items will be accepted at the following City facilities: Activity Center, Resource Center, Community Gymnasium, Community Sheriff's Station, Splash!, City Hall as well as at local businesses throughout La Mirada.

This worthwhile program will help provide holiday gifts and meals for La Mirada families in need during the holiday season.

For more information, call (562) 902-3160.

La Mirada to Honor Veterans at Observance Event E-mail
Facebook Twitter Delicious Stumbleupon Reddit Linked In 
Sunday, 09 November 2014 12:35

La Mirada~The City’s 10th annual Salute to Veterans Event will be held on Monday, Nov. 10, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, located at 14900 La Mirada Blvd.

This free event is open to all ages and will honor the courageous men and women who have served in the armed forces throughout this nation’s history, along with special recognition of La Mirada service members.

The event reception will include a special patriotic ceremony which will pay tribute to the veterans. Representatives of the Veterans of Foreign Wars #9148 will post the nation’s colors. There will be a veteran slideshow and a presentation of retired military banners to service men and women who have returned home.

The Military Vehicle Owners of Orange County will have a military vehicle display and Jeremiah Pauley from the Wounded Warrior Project will be the guest speaker. Local veterans will also be present to share their stories, photographs and memorabilia in the Theatre lobby and Veteran attendees are encouraged to wear Service Dress, Class B or equivalent attire.

On the following day, Veterans’ Day, the VFW Post #9148 will host a Veterans observance in the La Mirada Civic Center Plaza at 11 a.m.

Associated Students of Cerritos College Hosting Veterans Event E-mail
Facebook Twitter Delicious Stumbleupon Reddit Linked In 
Sunday, 09 November 2014 12:16

Norwalk~The Associated Students of Cerritos College will honor and show gratitude to the men and women who sacfrifce so much for our country by hosting a Veterans Day Ceremony Monday, November 10th at 11:00 a.m.

The event will take place on the steps of the Burnight Theater on the school campus.

Speaking at the ceremony will be Congresswoman Linda Sanchez, Cerritos College Board of Trustee President Carmen Avalos, Associated Students of Cerritos College President Miles Aiello, and many student Veterans.

Additionally, there will be life performances by the Cerritos College Concert band and a silent auction by the Artist Society of Cerritos College.

Afterwards, visitors are invited to stop by the Veterans Resource Center for an open house from 12:30-1:30.

For more information contact Cynthia Chavez at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

New Bike Trail Connection in La Mirada Opens E-mail
Facebook Twitter Delicious Stumbleupon Reddit Linked In 
Thursday, 30 October 2014 18:43

Mayor Larry Mowles and OCTA Officials at Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Coyote Creek Trail segment of the OC Loop.

Another option for La Mirada bicyclists and pedestrians as they can now travel from Imperial Highway to La Mirada Boulevard via the trail which includes an entrance at Behringer Park.

La Mirada~The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) officials recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony at La Mirada Behringer Athletic Facility. The ceremony marked the completion of a two-mile segment of the OC Loop, a path for bicyclists and pedestrians to travel throughout the county.

OCTA Chairman Shawn Nelson and CEO Darrell Johnson led the ceremony to celebrate the opening of the Coyote Creek Trail segment that runs near Beach Boulevard, between the Cities of La Mirada and Buena Park.  La Mirada Mayor Larry Mowles and other City, OCTA, and OC Parks representatives were also in attendance at the ceremony.

OCTA is working with transportation officials in cities along the OC Loop to create 66 miles of bikeway and pedestrian connections across Orange County.

The OC Loop provides a convenient pathway for residents to bike, walk and connect to some of California’s most scenic beaches and inland reaches.  The OC Loop also provides commuters with connections to many bus stops and three Metrolink stations, as well as major employment centers.

The loop is about 70 percent complete. The County of Orange, through a Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) grant, is working with cities along the OC Loop on a feasibility study to close the remaining gaps.  The study will provide cities with grant-ready information on their segments including design concepts and costs.  Nearly 46 miles of the loop already in place are off-street trails along the San Gabriel River, Coyote Creek, Santa Ana River and the Coastal Beach Trail.

When completed, bikers will be able to travel the 66-mile loop from La Mirada, south to Seal Beach, southeast to Costa Mesa, north to Carbon Canyon and back to La Mirada.

Another option for La Mirada bicyclists is the North Fork Coyote Creek.The trail head is on Foster Road just east of Marquardt Avenue in Santa Fe Springs just up the street from Frontier Park in La Mirada. That trail meets up with the San Gabriel River trail downstream and ends at Seal Beach-about a 13 mile ride declining slightly for most of the ride as the river leads to the ocean. Check it out here.

For more information on the OC Loop, visit


Page 8 of 36
adding google maps to website


La Mirada Blog Tweets

Facebook Badge