We are based in the Heritage House, shown above with special decorations for its 100th Anniversary.
To learn about the Society and its activities, CLICK HERE.
To learn about the history of the City of Irving and also the Heritage House, CLICK HERE.
To learn about the history of the Irving Independent School District, CLICK HERE. To see now-and-then photographs of Irving schools and other views, CLICK HERE.
CLICK HERE for a list of future Society activities.
A list of current officers, directors, and committee chairs are found HERE, plus an application for membership as well as a list of former presidents.
Links to other Internet sites in Irving and those with a relation to history are found HERE.
“Mockingbirds, Justice and Race:
Irving Heritage Society Program
Features Big Read Discussion Panel
The Irving Heritage Society is collaborating with the Irving Public Library to host a panel discussion on the library’s 2014 Big Read selection, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
The panel will include English instructors from Singley Academy, MacArthur High School and UTA. The Pulitzer Prize-winning book, which was made into an award-winning movie, always evokes a lively discussion.
The program begins at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23 in the Central Library auditorium, 801 W. Irving Blvd., following the Heritage Society’s General Meeting which begins at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served and guests are welcomed.
For more information, call 972-252-3838.
Sunday Tours at Heritage House continue with music and fun!
Join the Irving Heritage Society for Sundays the Heritage House, 303 South O’Connor, on Sunday, November 2, from 3pm-5pm, for music and dancing performed on the front porch. Bring a chair, blanket, friends, and family for hot cocoa, marshmallows and treats. Croquet will be played on the lawn. Docent led Heritage House tours are offered free of charge at 3pm and 4pm.
The Heritage House was built in 1912 and is a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark. It was the home of the C.P. Schulze family, brother of Irving’s co-founder J.O. Schulze.
The afternoon events are free. For more information,
call 972-252-3838. OTHER HERITAGE SOCIETY EVENTS.