June 12, 2018 > Historic Downtown Irvington walking tour
Historic Downtown Irvington walking tour
Submitted By the Washington Township Museum of Local History
Ever wondered about the history of Irvington?its people, and its buildings? Come out on Saturday, June 16 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 (rain or shine) at 11 a.m. at the Irvington Monument, located at Bay St. and Fremont Blvd.
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 Independent Order of the Odd Fellows Hall, the old pickle factory, and more!
The Odd Fellows Hall will also be open for interested parties, thanks to I.O.O.F. historian Nancy Johnson.
This event is free and sponsored by the Washington Township Museum of Local History.
Irvington Walking Tour
Saturday, Jun 16
11 a.m. ? 1 p.m.
Meet at the Irvington Monument at Bay St & Fremont Blvd
For more information: (510) 623-7907 or museumoflocalhistory.org/
Free; suggested donation of $5/person or $10/family