Heritage Association

The Ivyland Heritage Association

Whether you are a present or former resident of Ivyland, or just an occasional visitor, regardless of the reasons that have brought you here, you can’t help but be aware of the precious uniqueness of this community. It is more than a collection of old houses – we are a community that enjoys a variety of cherished traditions, some are old, some have been recently introduced, but they are all an integral part of life in Ivyland.

A group of borough residents, who recognize and appreciate this rich heritage, has been formed to help preserve and enhance all of these aspects of life in our unique town. We want to give something back to the community that has given all of us so much.

The Ivyland Heritage Association invites everyone who loves this old town and who cares about its future to join us. This is our only requirement for membership. We have no political agenda. No matter where you live and work, if you care about Ivyland, you are welcome. In fact, even if you choose not to become a member, your involvement in our meetings and activities will be welcomed. In a community as small as ours, everyone counts.

So join the Heritage Association and let’s get to work!

Your friends and neighbors,

The Members of the Ivyland Heritage Association
199 Pennsylvania Ave., Ivyland, PA 18974

Members Ed Oldroyd and Tony Judice work on archiving vintage Loud Speaker Newspapers dating back to 1925.

The 2021 Ivyland Commemorative Christmas ornament has arrived.

The 2021 ornament honors the legacy of Ed and Terry Oldroyd and features their lovely home on 54 Gough Avenue.  Once again, the ornament will be sold for $12, checks payable to Ivyland Heritage Association. All proceeds go to help the borough in the staging of the Ivyland 150th Anniversary celebration in 2023. The Order Form is available online here and at the Borough office. Get updates on availability here or on the Ivyland Facebook page.

2021 Ivyland Ornament (click to enlarge)
For More Information and to join us, contact:  Tony Judice: ajudice@ivylandborough.org