Durham is located in the southern part of Grey County, in the rolling countryside of the Saugeen River Valley at the junction of Ontario Highways 4 and 6. For 125 years it has been a stopping point for the weary traveller.
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Abbeyfield Houses Society of Durham
Provides care and companionship for seniors who are unable or do not wish to live alone, yet do not need the services of a home for the aged or a nursing home.
Durham Art Gallery
A contemporary visual arts gallery featuring works by regional artists. Site gives map, lists pasts and upcoming exhibits, and additionally, information about Community Access Program (CAP) and Canada Web.
Bedroom and dining room furniture manufacturer. Products, business profile, and contact information.
Homestead Golf and Winter Resort
Located on Wilder Lake. Eighteen-hole golf course, snowmobile rentals, spa, and cottages. Packages, rates, map, and area attractions.
Provides teachings in Metis/Anishnabek culture and spirituality, and aboriginal textile arts and crafts, as well as a llama and alpaca farm. Includes services, online shopping, events, and courses.
Nights in White Flannel
Classic Canadian sleepwear and pajamas for the whole family. Made in Canada from flannel and cotton. Online store and craft shows.
Symphony in the Barn
Concerts, chamber music, and gourmet events, held on a fully functioning farm. Calendar, visitor information, member services, and online ticket sales.
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