Posts filed under: "Irvington News"

June Neighbor Spotlight: Yasha Persson of Irvington Lodge

By Katie Hughes;   Photo Credit: Yasha Persson This month’s Neighbor Spotlight is on Yasha Persson, a new member of the Irvington business community and one of the proud new owners of the historic Irvington Lodge located at 5515 E. Washington Street. Yasha, who has lived on the east side of Indianapolis for almost 30 years and […]

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Neighbor Spotlight: Eric James’ Tres Gatos Farm & Community Garden

  By Nancy Larner Ruschman Introducing Eric James, a new-ish resident of Irvington Terrace who started the cool and quirky Tres Gatos (Three Cats) Farm & Community Garden. Tres Gatos is one of the stops on the June 24 Irvington Garden Tour! Also, did you know that Eric offers FREE produce delivery within one mile of Irvington for any order over $10? […]

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Neighbor Spotlight: Jason Ammerman, General Manager of Bonna Station

By Nancy Larner Ruschman Introducing Jason Ammerman, new General Manager of the soon-to-be-opened Bonna Station, the first restaurant-pub in Irvington that will carry spirits (not the ghostly kind, at least as far as we know). Jason has a long history of managing bars and restaurants and will now bring his talents to Irvington. Tell us a […]

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Vote for Irvington’s “Main Street”

Independent We Stand, an advocacy network for independently-owned businesses, is running a contest for America’s Main Street. We found out about the contest late so have some catching up to do. We need Irvington supporters to go to https://www.mainstreetcontest.com/nominees once a day, every day until April 22 for us to make it to the quarterfinals.  […]

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Couldn’t Make it to the Irvies? Here’s How it Went

900 ballots; 500 photos; 120 glasses of wine and beer; 110 attendees; 100 cupcakes; 43 nominees; 27 sponsors; 15 large pizzas; 12 awards; 5 courses of hors d’oeuvres; 4 raffle winners; 3 musical acts; 2 red carpets; 1 haunted masonic lodge. Saturday, February 24th, we hosted the inaugural Irvies:  an IDO Awards Night and Fundraiser. […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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We present to you, The Irvies

The Irvies (a nod to The Dundies from the much-beloved show The Office) 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, notoriety, and contributions to the greater good of Irvington. This fundraiser for the Irvington Development Organization (IDO) will […]

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October Neighbor Spotlight: Bernie De Koven

When we shared in July about the Expression Swings Bernie De Koven had been instrumental in getting installed at Ellenberger Park, the response was immediate and overwhelming! Irvington loves Blue, as he’s known around town. It should come as no surprise that Blue wanted to leave a legacy of play in his favorite place: Ellenberger Park. Bernie, the […]

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