Celebrate Durham is

 a collaborative partnership cultivating a vibrant multigenerational diverse community.

We welcome all businesses, non-profits, residents, community and campus groups. Our goal is to network, promote, and foster events and relationships that strengthen the greater Durham community. 

You can learn more about who we are and what we are planning at our contact page

Pie Eating Contest at Music On Main
What's Happening in Durham

September 23, 2019

Over the years, one of the major complaints about Durham is the parking.   Last spring,  I attended a UNH Cooperative Extension Main Street Program and was able to hear other New Hampshire communities' parking experiences.   We are not alone. For some towns, it was an...

September 15, 2019

With UNH classes for the 2019-2020 academic year underway,  sleepy summer Durham has transformed into a very busy place.  The blue and pink lines on the map above form a triangle that includes most what we think of as Downtown Durham.  The blue lines show long term par...

How many towns in America with a population the size of Durham can claim TEN AMTRAK trains per day, everyday, stopping in their town? Not many, if any. 

How many towns our size can claim a train ridership of 55,000 to 60,000 per year boarding and de-training in their to...

September 1, 2019

Each year it feels as though Durham's annual "Fall Fest" shrinks a little more. Luckily, the folks at the Community Church of Durham are still going strong! On Saturday, September 7th swing into town between 9 am and 2 pm and visit the Community Church at 17 Main Stree...

August 21, 2019

Durham today has an extraordinary system of walking and hiking trails and pathways, thanks to the foresight of our town to invest in and support conservation easements as well as land acquisition both by the town itself and by others. And much of the credit for these t...

August 12, 2019

A stone's throw from my apartment is the prettiest little park I always forget about. The Town Landing is easily accessible by foot from Newmarket Road/Route 108 or by car from Old Landing Road off Dover Road/Route 108. 

The tiny, beautiful park runs along the Oyster Ri...

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