Upcoming Event Schedule
Anoka County Historical Society Zoom Presentation
Arbor Day Tree Planting Ceremony
Architect Avenue: It All Began With a Contest
Blooming Heights Zoom Presentation
Citywide Garage Sales
City Services Expo
Coffee With a Cop
Coloring Page Contest
Community Art & Info Fair
Fire Department Open House
Movie in the Park
Music in the Park
National Night Out
Truck Or Treat
Library Event Calendar
Recreation Event Calendar
Food Truck Event Application
April 23 - Brushstrokes Painting Class - Active Agers 55+ | Murzyn Hall | 10 am to noon
Express yourself at our watercolor painting class. Everyone will then create their own version of a themed project, which is "100 Years of Columbia Heights". Painters will be putting their own touch on the City's poster series. Come discover your inner Van Gogh while enjoying the company of others. Mayor Amáda Márquez Simula will be in attendance for this event.
All supplies are provided. Fee: $2.00
Pre-registration is required for all listed classes. Call 763-706-3730 to sign up. Classes meet in the Senior Center at Murzyn Hall, 530 Mill St NE, Columbia Heights. The fee is payable day of class.
April 24 - HeightsNEXT Central Ave Spring Cleanup | Columbia Heights Public Library Parking Lot | 9 am
HeightsNEXT is organizing volunteers for an Earth Day Cleanup on Central Avenue. Volunteers’ efforts will freshen up local streetscapes and prevent the trash from drifting with next spring’s melting snow through storm drains into the Mississippi River.
Interested volunteers should meet at 9 am on Sat, April 24, in the parking lot of the Columbia Heights Public Library, 3939 Central Ave NE, Columbia Heights. Bags & safety vests will be provided to aid in picking up litter. Volunteers should bring their own gloves and dress appropriately for trash cleanup. Please contact Tammy Schmitz (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Join the City of Columbia Heights and the Sister Cities as they celebrate 30 years as an organization in the community. The event will take place on Arbor Day (April 30) at 2 pm.
In 1991, Columbia Heights received an agreement from Lomianki, Poland (next to Warsaw) that they would be proud to be in a partnership with our City and we formalized this “Sister Cities, International” friendship. Our members are dedicated to this international friendship by promoting humanitarian, educational, cultural, civic, and social events.
May 15 - Anoka County Historical Society Zoom Presentation | 1 pm
The history of Columbia Heights is unique, transforming from rural to urban and blurring the lines between where Hennepin County ends and Anoka County starts. Sara Given, from the Anoka County Historical Society, shares the stories and history of Columbia Heights. She will focus on its beginnings, the ways in which it drew new residents, and why a quirk of timing meant there is an entire city in the middle of it. This event will take place via Zoom on Sat, May 15, at 1 pm. The presentation will also be broadcasted on Cable Channel 16. Registration is required. To register, click here.
May 22 - Architect Avenue Zoom Presentation | 1 pm
Urban historian Kathy Kullberg will be hosting a presentation on the history of Architect Avenue. This event will take place via Zoom on Sat, May 22, at 1 pm. The presentation will also be broadcasted on Cable Channel 16. Registration is required. To register, click here.