Posts filed under: "East Side Indy"
The Irvies – FAQ, FYI!
The Irvies is a community awards ceremony where businesses, neighbors, and our very own larger-than-life personalities are nominated and selected for awards demonstrating their unique talents, notorieties, and contributions to the greater good of Irvington. This fundraiser for Irvington Development Organization (IDO) will be hosted Saturday, February 24 at the Irvington Lodge (5515 East Washington […]Continue Reading
Great Indy Seed Swap Moves to Bona Thompson Center
Even though spring and summer seem far away, it won’t be long before gardeners get ready to start seeds indoors. For nature lovers, indoor seed starting is a great way to enjoy nature without having to bundle up against winter winds. For frugal vegetable gardeners, it’s essential for getting a head start on a growing […]Continue Reading
Renovated Commercial Space Available on East Washington Street Corridor
Those of us who are familiar with the property at 6101-6107 East Washington Street don’t quite recognize the building these days. Justin St. John, owner of Maximum Grow Gardening and the building where it operates, recently purchased this second building on the south side of the East Washington Street business corridor. He’s made significant investments […]Continue Reading
Celebrate with Irvington Green Initiative
Irvington Green Initiative is inviting neighbors and partners to tune into our 2017 “epiphanies,” and learn more about 2018 community tree-planting projects, neighborhood improvement recycling plans, and other opportunities. Join us for dinner at The Legend Classic Irvington Café, 5614 East Washington Street, on Saturday, January 6, at 6 p.m. Order dinner from the menu, and beverages and […]Continue Reading
December Neighbor Spotlight: Irv’s Newest Arrivals
In November, three vastly different restaurants joined our business district and brought us more variety. Super Bowl Pho offers authentic Vietnamese cooking. Tony and his uncle Leo started the first Super Bowl Pho in Westfield in 2013. These new neighbors offer their namesake and a wide variety of other specialties, including Spring Rolls, Vermicelli-Bun, Rocket Shrimp, Grilled […]Continue Reading
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
Irvington put on a festive evening of holiday activities December 8, at the annual Irvington Holiday Open House. Despite the chilly temperatures, plenty of people were walking in the neighborhood, filling the shops and restaurants, and occupying all the seats in the trolley. Too many people and groups to thank for the songs, and cheer, […]Continue Reading
Give to the Irvington Streetscape and Save Money
As we get closer to the end of the year, you have probably started thinking about preparing your returns. This could help! IDO has great way for you to help the Irvington Streetscape stay bright, clean, and green while also saving some “green” on your state taxes. For the second year now, the state of […]Continue Reading
Holiday Highlight: Local Shopping Opportunities
With the holidays just around the corner, don’t miss these opportunities to shop, celebrate, and gather with loved ones in Irvington. Irvington Historical Society Holiday Fair The Irvington Historical Society Holiday Fair continues a tradition set by the Gathering of Artists. Unique holiday gifts from the best local artisans will be offered in a two-day […]Continue Reading
The Irvies: Get Out and Vote!
The Irvies is a community award ceremony where businesses, neighbors, and our very own larger-than-life personalities are nominated and selected for awards demonstrating their unique talents, notorieties, and contributions to the greater good of Irvington. This fundraiser for the Irvington Development Organization (IDO) will be hosted Saturday, February 24th approximately 7pm at the Irvington Lodge […]Continue Reading
71st Annual Historic Irvington Halloween Festival
As the leaves fall each year, here in Irvington a certain excitement settles in with witches and ghost tours until the blessed day of the Annual Halloween Festival. This year was no different than the 70 years before. The week long festival started with Jack the Ripper joining the Masquerade Ball held at the Ice […]Continue Reading