Borough Offices: 308 Locust Street,
Columbia, PA 17512
Phone: 717-684-2467
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What’s Happening

29th annual Bridge Bust

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Raindate: Saturday, October 14, 2017

Over 300 vendors will offer their wares in the categories of antiques, art, crafts, food and unique items in this unique and popular event. The venue is the Rt. 462 Veterans Memorial Bridge between Columbia and Wrightsville (Lancaster & York County.)  The 1.25 mile bridge is closed to traffic for this event.  Hours are 8 am – 4 pm.  Free parking and free shuttle service is available from both sides of the bridge. The raindate for this event will be Saturday, October 14.  Admission is $2 for adults; children 6 to 12 years $1; and under 6 – free.  Please, NO pets. For more information call 717-684-5249.  

Shuttles run every 15 minutes from
– Glatfelter Field in Columbia (along Rt. 462 at 13th St.)
– Eastern York High School in Wrightsville (on Cool Creek Road)
– Between both bridge entrances.

“Spirits Rising” – Tour

October 27 & 28

Mt. Bethel Cemetery – 700 Locust St., Columbia

For more information go to


Columbia Historic Market House

Hours:  Friday, Saturday, & Sunday 10am to 3pm and Fourth Fridays till 8pm.

Fall Events in Columbia Borough

The Mardi Gras Parade will be held on Thursday, October 26, 2017 beginning at 7pm.

Trick-or-treat will be held on Tuesday, October 31, 2017 from 6pm-8pm.


*Albatwitch Day

October 14

9am – 3pm

Columbia Historic Preservation Society – 19-21 N Second St, Columbia

Arts@Hinkle’s – 247 Locust St, Columbia

Apple Pie contest, costume contest, dungeon tours, lectures and trolley rides will be part of the fun.

Call Chris at (717)572-7149 for information.


*Trick or Treat at the Turkey Hill Experience

October 21, 22, 28, 29

2 pm – 4 pm

301 Linden Street, Columbia

The Turkey Hill Experience Trick or Treat event is filled with great surprises. There are a total of 13 trick or treat stops and 6 of those stops are free while the others do require admission into the paid portion of the Experience. There are plenty of good treats for everyone! Be sure to wear your favorite Halloween costume, too!


*Fourth Fridays in Columbia    –     5-9 pm     

(*Contact the Susquehanna Chamber of Commerce at for more information on any of these events or any events locally.)


Columbia Historic Preservation Society Events (21 N. 2nd St Columbia):   Contact 572-7149 or 684-2894 for more information

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