Eureka Community Center Committee

Eureka Community Center

The Eureka Grange #7 (organized in 1874 and the Grange Hall built in 1906), is no longer active as a Grange organization. The building has been restored for use as The Eureka Community Center and sits at the intersection of Routes 9 and 136 across the street from the Durham Fire Department.

The Community Center is available to rent for gatherings of 50 people or less. Contact: Pearl Scribner, 754 5912, for more information.  All renters are required to obtain insurance for their event either with a special event rider on their homeowner's insurance or through a third party vendor, One Beacon Entertainment.  Click HERE for more information about One Beacon Entertainment.

Eureka Community Center Rental Agreement

Ongoing Events at the Eureka


The Eureka hosts a weekly cribbage group every Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Players of all levels are encouraged to come work on their cribbage skills while enjoying some good old-fashioned gameplay. Bring your own board or use one of the Eureka's, find an empty seat and make some new friends! There is no fee to participate, and light refreshments are available.


If you are interested in coordinating a particular event or would like to see an event held at the Eureka Community Center, please contact the Durham Town Office.

Eureka Community Center Committee

Nancy Decker

Kathleen Lowe

Pearl Scribner

Anita Sellars