The full calendar is available via Google by clicking here.


The link to the ICS file is here. You can use this to add Mamensa calendar to your calendar.

Mensa Test in February

We currently have the following test session scheduled in this area. Saturday, February 29, 12:00 pm Central Resource Branch Johnson County Library 9875 W. 87th Street, Overland Park, KS The test session will be held in conference room number 2. Please arrive 10 or 15...

read more
February Promotions

February Promotions

"Now to the intelligence we rate so highly, the conceptual intelligence that deals in symbols, solves larger problems and begins to comprehend the universe." ~ Victor Serebriakoff, 1985 (Mensa, pg. 197) We all get to a place where we need to be instructed, so that our...

read more

News & Notes

Once falling at the end of the Roman year, February was made with less days than the other months. This year, while February is still frosty and cold, it offers an extra day just so we can all ‘leap’ into the next month with a good measure of levity and luck. Here’s...

read more
Cabin Fever 2020

Cabin Fever 2020

Do you feel the lethargy that winter weather can bring on us all and, maybe, do you have that feeling of being pent up indoors? Can you see a weird change in the way that people - including yourself - function while getting along with something of a daily routine? Is...

read more

Mensa Test in January

We currently have the following test session scheduled in this area. Saturday, January 18, 10:00 am Central Resource Branch Johnson County Library 9875 W. 87th Street, Overland Park, KS The test session will be held in the Pickard conference room. Please arrive 10 or...

read more

Culture Fair Test Scheduled

We currently have the following Culture Fair Test session scheduled in this area. Saturday, December 28, 10:00 am Central Resource Branch Johnson County Library 9875 W. 87th Street, Overland Park, KS The test session will be held in the Pickard Conference room. Please...

read more

News & Notes

January, not unlike the entire calendar that we know, resulted from a great amount of political juggling (and work) by Romans including the highest priest(s) of Roman religion, political rulers of the age like Julius Caesar, and astronomers of the time. It was/is more...

read more

Join us on Facebook

Click here
Please provide your full name or member ID number.

Today in History

1803: Marbury v. Madison establishes judicial review
1836: Travis sends for help at the Alamo
1868: President Andrew Johnson impeached
1988: Supreme Court defends right to satirize public figures

Follow us on Twitter