The Irving Heritage House will be open on Sunday, April 7 from 3pm – 5pm.  Docent led tours will begin at 3pm and 4pm.  Admission is free.  Built in 1912 by C.P. Schulze, brother of one of Irving’s co-founders J.O. Schulze, the Heritage House is a restored pioneer home.  This Recorded Texas Historical Landmark is located at 303 S. O’Connor.

In conjunction with the 6th Annual Celebrating Irving – The City And The Man, a special display reflecting the life and works of the first American Man of Letters, Washington Irving, will be at the Heritage House on April 7th .  All visitors on April 7 will receive a small memento of the Celebrating Irving events.  A full calendar of other activities during April may be viewed on the website www.irvingheritage.com .

The month long series of events is sponsored by the Irving Heritage Society, the Irving Independent School District, the Irving Public Library and the Irving Black Arts Council.  This program was made possible in part with a grant from Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.  Funded in part by the City of Irving through the Irving Arts Board.

For more information visit www.irvingheritage.com or call 972-252-3838.

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