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Wednesday, November 9 at 6:00 p.m.
Lemon Grove Academy, Roberto Alvarez Auditorium, 3171 School Ln., Lemon Grove, 91945
The mantra of Lemon Grove Academy (LGA) is “Keeping It RE2AL” which stands for “Relationships, Expectations for Excellence, and Accelerate Learning.” LGA’s mission is to help young adolescents explore the questions “Who am I?” “What do I aspire to be?” and “What is the path to achieve these goals?” They enable students to become aware of both the real world applications of their learning and the ability to positively contribute to our society.
The Lemon Grove Historical Society is located at the H. Lee House, a city-owned historic site maintained and operated by the Lemon Grove Historical Society. The Society preserves and shares the history of Lemon Grove within the context of regional, state, and national history; fosters interest in historical studies and the arts and humanities; and manages programs and buildings that advance this mission. It is governed by a seven-member board and is the leading cultural institution in Lemon Grove. The Society operates the Parsonage Museum and the H. Lee House Cultural Center, both in beautiful Civic Center Park in midtown Lemon Grove. The not-for-profit Society has a paid membership; distributes a quarterly newsletter; presents free, public history lectures from September to June; and offers chamber music, jazz, plays, art exhibits, and more.
The services offered by Lemon Grove Branch Library provide everyone books, e-books, computers, events for all ages from babies to seniors, and a 3-D printer. They are a branch of the San Diego County Library system and as such are committed to enriching the lives of the people of Lemon Grove. Their mission is to inform, educate, inspire and entertain. Take a moment to step though their doors and see what the library has to offer you.