Schools, Offices Closed for Thanksgiving Break November 23 – 30 Irving ISD schools will be closed for Thanksgiving break the week of November 23. The district’s Administration Building will be closed November 25-27. All schools and
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Photo: Members of the Irving Police Department’s Problem Solving Unit show residents some of their riot gear during a community block party. /Photo by Sarah Bays Vendors with snacks and artisanal jewelry, a popcorn stand,
Presidio Brass November 16, 7:30 p.m. The Entertainment Series of Irving will present Presidio Brass. The evening will also include a silent auction held prior to the concert at Carpenter Hall, Irving Arts Center, 3333 N.
North Lake Veterans Day November 11, 11 a.m. North Lake College will commemorate Veterans Day with a Presentation of Services, a traditional military program, in the Performance Hall. The presentation is open to the public and
2015 Constitutional Amendments: Synopsis of Ballot Issues October 26, 6:30 – 8:00 PM Sponsored by Irving League of Women Voters What: State Rep. Rodney Anderson speaks on the Constitutional Amendments. When: Monday, 26 October, 2015. Time:
African-American Composers: From Classical to Jazz October 18, 3:30 p.m. The UTA Jazz Orchestra joins the New Philharmonic Orchestra of Irving for this special performance. Program to include works by Scott Joplin, Duke Ellington and more.
Ms. Ora Reid was born on November 11, 1927 in Italy, Texas and lived in the greater Dallas area for 43 years before moving to Irving three years ago. She currently lives in the
Photo: Community members join together to battle litter during the 24th annual Trash Bash at Trinity View Park. /Photo by Shannon Warmann More than 580 volunteers participated in Keep Irving Beautiful’s 24th Annual Trash Bash
The Irving Boy’s Football Association (IBFA) and the Irving Girl’s Cheerleader Association (IGCA) held the first annual Cancer Blitz Day on Oct. 3. While the IBFA and the IGCA have both acknowledged Cancer Awareness Month
Photo: Enjoying an evening with friends, some young super sleuths and future firemen become acquainted with Chief Boyd and McGruff the Crime Dog. /Photo by John Starkey Neighbors gathered together throughout Irving to celebrate National