May 17, 2016 > Walking tour of historic downtown Irvington
Walking tour of historic downtown Irvington
Submitted By Kelsey Camello
Ever wondered about the history of Irvington - its people and its buildings? Come out on Saturday, May 21 for a walk and talk about the history of downtown Irvington and the surrounding area. Learn local history and exercise all at once! Tour-goers will meet, 11 a.m., at the Irvington Monument, located at Bay St. and Fremont Blvd. This event is free.
Caroline Harris will be leading the group as she discusses the history of key buildings from the mid 19th century to today. Learn about Clark Hall, the A.O. Rix House, the Horner House, the I.O.O.F. Hall, and the Grimmer House and Medical Clinic, among other places.
Bonus! Local eatery The Bean Scene will be offering a special deal for tour-goers - buy one, get one beverage 50 percent off (not including fresh juice). So grab your morning coffee or tea and join us as we delve into the history of downtown Irvington.
This event is sponsored by sponsored by the Washington Township Museum of Local History.
Historic Walking Tour of Downtown Irvington
Saturday, May 21
11 a.m. Ð 1 p.m.
Meet at the Irvington Monument /Bay St at Fremont Blvd