Rose-Mary Rumbley & Red
River Bridge Controversy

Sunday, November 12, at 2:15pm — No one can tell a story quite like Rose-Mary Rumbley. Historian, author, story teller and actress, Dr. Rumbley will be the guest speaker on Sunday for a program sponsored by the Irving Heritage Society and the Irving Public Library at the South Library, 601 Schulze Drive. READ MORE

Heritage House and
Mary’s Playhouse Tours

Sunday, November 5, from 3pm-5pm — The Irving Heritage House, located at 303 South O’Connor, will be open for tours. Admission is free and docent led tours are offered at 3pm and 4pm. Built in 1912, this Recorded Texas Historic Landmark provides a glimpse of one of Irving’s early families and their home. READ MORE


Heritage House is open for tours on the first Sunday from 3pm-5pm

In conjunction with the national Smithsonian Museum Day on Saturday, September 24, the Irving Heritage House will be open for free tours from 1pm – 4pm. Located at 303 South O’Connor, the Heritage House is a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark. It was built in 1912 as the home of C.P. Schulze. Call 972-252-3838 for more information.

ICTN Four-Minute Video of the 100th Anniversary of Society’s Valentine Tea

VIDEO— Click on the symbol in the lower right corner just below the small screen to watch it full-screen.It states that “Irving’s Heritage House is now 100 years old. The Heritage Society has a number of special events planned to mark that anniversary. This tea took visitors on a trip back in time.” The video contains many comments by Society members.

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Pictorial History Book and Centennial Cookbook for Sale

“Irving, Texas, From Rails to Wings, 1903-2003” by Norma Stanton and "Irving, Texas, Centennial, 1903-2003, Cookbook and Family Histories" by Helen Ogden Widener is available from the Society. HOW YOU CAN BUY THESE BOOKS!

The Irving Heritage Society’s vision:

A diverse community that values its past, celebrates its present, and embraces its future.