The Eureka Grange #7 was organized in 1874 and the old grange hall was built in 1906. The building is no longer used as a grange organization, but it has since been restored for use as the Durham Eureka Community Center. It sits at the intersection of Routes 9 and 136, across the street from the Durham Fire and Rescue building.
The Community Center is available to rent for gatherings of 50 people or less. If you are interested in holding an event held at the Eureka Community Center, or would like to suggest an event to be held there, contact the Durham Town Office at (207) 353-2561.
- Cribbage — Come spend a few hours each week playing one of the most popular games in the English-speaking world. Players of all levels are encouraged to work on their cribbage skills while enjoying some good old-fashioned gameplay. Bring your own board or use one of ours, find an empty seat and get to know some new people. The group eets every Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. There is no fee to participate, and coffee and light refreshments will be available.