We are based in the Heritage House, shown above with special decorations for its 100th Anniversary.
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Vintage Valentine Tea
February 12, Sunday, 2pm-4pm
The silver is polished, the sweetheart has been secretly selected, and the recipes are being double checked for the Vintage Valentine Tea on Sunday, February 12 from 2pm-4pm at the Irving Heritage House, 303 South O’Connor. READ MORE
80 Acres of Dreams:
Irving's Early Years
Tuesday, Jan. 31, 7pm
South Library, 601 Schulze
“80 Acres of Dreams: Irving’s Early Years” documentary will be the subject of the Irving Heritage Society’s program on Tuesday, January 31, at 7pm in the South Library, 601 Schulze. This story of early Irving from 1850 until just after World War II was created by Jim Pullum and John Everett. Paul Wahlstrom, former Executive Producer for Irving Community Television Network, will introduce the film. Reflections of Irving will be provided by Heritage Society members former Mayor Marvin Randle, former Mayor Dan Matkin, and longtime Irving resident Martha Watson. READ MORE
Heritage House to offer tours on Smithsonian Museum Day
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. Ccall 972-252-3838 for more information.
Heritage House is open
for tours on the first Sunday
The Heritage House is a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark and was built in 1912. If you are interested in knowing more about becoming a docent at the Heritage House, let us know. We would love to share information about this special circle of volunteers. Docents at the Caster Cabin and the depot at Heritage Park are also needed for special events at Heritage Park.