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.
Irving Heritage Society 11 Annual Fish Fry and Cake Auction
Friday, April 10, 2015
Advance tickets are now available for the Irving Heritage Society 11th Annual Fish Fry to be held on Friday, April 10 at Heritage Park, 2nd and Main Street from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. Past guests have put their “seal of approval” on this delicious meal and fun evening. Sample a serving of fried Spam, fried green tomatoes as well as the delicious fish and all the trimmings prepared by Marvin Randle. Then top it off with a sweet selection from the silent auction of cakes. READ MORE...
Sport the Green and Find True Treasures of Local History
March 17th, 2015
Central Library Auditorium
801 West Irving Blvd.
Wearin’ of the green is not required but if you’re lookin’ for that pot of gold on March 17, Sport the Green and come to the Central Library auditorium, 801 West Irving Blvd. for the Irving Heritage Society’s general meeting and program at 7 pm. Following a brief business meeting, the program will highlight some true local history treasures in our metroplex area. READ MORE....
Regina Story selected as the
Irving Heritage Society
The Heritage House was abuzz with guests greeting old as well as new friends during the vintage Valentine Tea on Sunday, February 8. Dr. Clay Gilbert provided back ground music at the piano. Favorite treats were compared by guests from the elegant tea table at which several past Heritage Society presidents poured coffee or tea and served punch from the beautiful silver service. Many of the tea recipes reflect back to the original 1914 housewarming party given by C.P. and Virginia Schulze in their new home. Tea chairs Anne Pfaff and Kitty Boyle coordinated the special event. The weather was so beautiful that some guests enjoyed seats on the porch swing and the rockers outside.