Please join Equal UA and Asian American Community Services (AACS) as they recognize Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Karen Jiobu, UA resident and former E.D. of AACS (located in UA), will share with us her experience as one of the 117,000 Americans of Japanese descent who were forcibly relocated by the US government…
Free Zoom Event Check Back for Registration Details Rainbow UA Five Black LGBTQ community leaders will discuss the intersectionality of Black History Month and LGBTQ identity. Panelists include: Letha Pugh, head of Black Out and Proud and co-owner of Bake Me Happy; Erin Upchurch, Executive Director of Kaleidoscope Youth Center; Densil Porteous, Executive Director of…
Buffalo Soldiers with Gregory Edmonds 1-2 pm, Monday, February 14, Zoom presentation Free event, register in advance at: //web1.myvscloud.com/wbwsc/ohupperarlingtonwt.wsc/search.html?Action=Start&SubAction=&keyword=buffalo&keywordoption=Match+One&primarycode=&beginyear=&display=Detail&module=AR&multiselectlist_value=&arwebsearch_buttonsearch=yes Act#: 551571-A Join Gregory Edmonds, member of the UA Senior Center, as he shares a video and PowerPoint on the Buffalo Soldiers. The Buffalo Soldiers were African American soldiers who mainly served on the Western frontier…
7-8:30 pm, Monday, February 7, Zoom book discussion Register at: //www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0d4dabaa2ca0f5c16-equal6 Sponsored by Equal UA www.equalupperarlington.com Equal UA Books and Beyond will feature the book Beyond the River: The Untold Story of the Heroes of the Underground Railroad by author Ann Hagedorn who will speak with the UA community on February 16 as a part of…
Submissions to our Community Calendar
As a service to the community, the City hosts an online Community Calendar. We invite you to submit details of upcoming special events that are open to and promote government interests of the community at-large, as determined by the City of Upper Arlington.
To submit a calendar listing, please use this online form. We recommend that you submit items at least three months in advance, since we may include some community events in the City’s print and e-newsletters as space allows.
The City will not post routine items such as programs, club meetings or classes. The inclusion of a special event does not represent an endorsement from the City. The City reserves complete control of any event postings on the Community Calendar and has final approval authority over them. Community Calendar postings are not intended to, and do not, create a public or designated forum for private speech of any kind. The City reserves its right to refuse a submission.
Special Event Application Notice
The City has an application and permitting process in place for special events that require the use of City property and/or City logistical and planning support. This includes quarterly submission deadlines in advance of a planned event so that Staff have ample time to review all requests and manage its finite supply of equipment and staffing while balancing its support of longstanding community events with new and unique event proposals.
There is a $100 application fee.
2023 Event Planning Schedule
|For Events Held:||Application Deadline||Meeting Review Date|
|October 1 – December 31, 2022||July 18, 2022||August 3, 2022|
|January 1 – March 31||October 17, 2022||November 2, 2022|
|April 1 – June 30||January 17, 2023||February 3, 2023|
|July 1 – September 30||April 17, 2023||May 3, 2023|
|October 1 – December 31||July 17, 2023||August 2, 2023|
|January 1 – March 31, 2024||October 17, 2023||November 1, 2023|