Welcome to San Miguel

Sat. Oct 5: San Miguel Library, 4 pm, Adult Program: "The Unfinished Nation"

Friday Oct. 11:  Bingo, San Miguel Seniors, 6 pm

Tues. Oct. 15:  Sup. Peschong office hrs at San Miguel Fire Dept 3-4:30 pm.  Call ahead for appt. (805)781-4491

Wed. Oct. 23: San MIguel Advisory 7 pm

Thurs. Oct. 24: San Miguel CSD mtg. 7 pm

Sun. Oct. 27: 11-3pm Annual Country Faire and Flea Market  at Historic Hesperia Hall

Thurs.Oct. 31: Community Harvest Festival for all ages, 6-8pm at FDAV church (corner 13th & L St)

Friday Oct 25: Senior Potluck @5pm,Bingo at 6

Sat. Nov. 2: San Miguel Library, 4 pm, Adult Program: "Perfect 36: When Women Won the Vote" 

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A special thank you to Alex who so generously gave his time to re-do our Discoversanmiguel.com website and is still helping me understand how to use it.  The good news is that it is now user friendly on your phones, thanks to Alex.  Nice to have caring people like him involved in our community.


 

San Miguel Community Harvest Festival

Mike Duran, new Pastor at Fuente de Agua Viva Iglesia (known for years as the little white church at corner of 13th & L St.), is

opening his church for a community wide Harvest Festival for all ages.   They have plans for all kinds of games, activities, food and fun.  They would like to partner with you, the San Miguel Community to make this a fun, successful event that will provide a fun and safe event for the children in this area.

They need VOLUNTEERS! Before-during-after.  Lots to be done and your help would be appreciated. Look for a flyer will be coming out soon. 

Contact Pastor Mike Duran at (559)783-3933

Get involved!

 

 Hesperia Hall 32nd Annual Country Faire and Flea Market

Sunday, Oct 27th, 2019, 32nd Annual Country Faire and Flea Market  at Historic Hesperia Hall 11 AM - 3 PM. Vendors and food available, along with whole home made desserts for sale.  Live music by Nick Brittan. See www.hesperiahall.org  for directions (interlake road to Bryson-Hesperia Road, follow Bryson-Hesperia Road approx 2 miles to the hall)
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San Miguel Community Services District now offers you some special recycling opportunities

Rest Easy, San Miguel.

Your old mattresses can now be recycled for FREE. Limited  to 5 Units per Vehicle a day.Accepts mattresses Monday – Friday by appointment only.  

(only accepting mattresses and box springs sized Twin-Ca King. NO furniture or bedding) More information see: byebyemattress.com

E- waste! Recycling

Accepts E-waste Monday – Friday by appointment only. Contact San Miguel CSD 805-467-3388

Accepting: TVs of any type/Misc. electronic devices/Cords from electronic devices


 

San Miguel Fire Dept. is asking you to help them find you in an Emergency!

Emergency responders rely on your address sign to find you in an emergency.  Please 

  • Clear all items that may obstruct addresses
  • Post addresses using 6in. contrasting numbers
  • Allow numbers to be seen from all directions
  • Make sure it is posted & clearly visible from roadway

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Be sure to check the "Remembering Our Heritage" (lower right or scroll down) with writing from our San Miguel History project.  This month's article is from an 1887 San Miguel Newspaper article on the origins of the story of "Cinderella".   Fun read.

 

 

 


 

San Miguel Adult Programming at San Miguel Library Flyer
  •      About San Miguel

    The town of San Miguel, CA began with the building of Mission San Miguel on July 25th, 1797. The population of this small community has grown to over 2,300 based on the most recent 2010 census. San Miguel continues to grow with new development and businesses! The core of San Miguel is its rich history.

    Organizations

    Check out the organizations that help make this community so great!

    About SMRC

    San Miguel Resource connection is a non-profit group of volunteers focused on connecting community members.

    Remembering Our Heritage

    The San Miguel History Project is a community lead project organized by SMRC. The goals of the project are to uncover the history of San Miguel and share that rich history with the community.