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Third Annual Irvington Folk Festival – Better Than Ever!
Press release from the Historic Irvington Community Council: The little ‘hood that could is doing it again — our Third Annual Folk Festival, better than ever! Irvington’s Third Annual Woody Guthrie Folk Festival! Featuring: Bluegrass at the Bona! Tibetan crystal bowl music! Guitar-tuning workshop! Children’s Concert! Announcing the Pete Seeger Social Justice […]Continue Reading
New Commercial Development Planned for Irvington!
For Immediate Release: Friday, April 4, 2014 Media Contact: Margaret Lawrence Banning, 317/260-0669 New commercial development planned for Irvington City support for ‘Coal Factory’ in South Irvington jumpstarts project (Indianapolis, IN) The Irvington Development Organization (IDO) announced today that it has secured […]Continue Reading
A Stroll Down East Washington Street in 1910
Guest writer: William Gulde: Historic postcard image: Courtesy of Carol Orbison and the Irvington Historical Society; Washington Street image: Old National Road with view of Trolley rails. Photo cred: Paul Diebold, Irvington Historical Society: This article generated a good deal of interest when it was initially posted on the blog, Vintage Irvington, so we thought it a […]Continue Reading
Shop at Kroger, Benefit Irvington Development Organization!
Guest writer: Tricia Hayes One little card can do a lot of good for Irvington! Use this card to pay for your groceries or gas at Kroger, and they will donate 3% of each purchase to IDO. Just put money on the card at the store office before you check out, and then use the […]Continue Reading
Community Input Session – Jan 21, 2014
We want to hear your voice… Many of you recall the evening of November 17th when the former Historic Irvington Post Office crumbled to the ground during a severe storm carrying near-tornadic winds. The bricks and debris have now been cleared and it’s time to talk next steps. We’re asking you to join the Irvington […]Continue Reading