Durham is a town located in Middlesex County, Connecticut. Durham is a former farming village on the Coginchaug River in central Connecticut. It has grown into a wealthy suburb due to its peaceful character and central location in the state. Every autumn, during the last weekend in September, the town hosts the wildly successful Durham Fair, one of the largest agricultural fairs in the world. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 6,627.
Web Sites and Links
Connecticut Town Histories: DurhamReprint from the Connecticut Historical Collection by John Warner Barbour, orginally published in 1836.
CRHS Track and Field and Cross-CountryTrack and field and cross-country teams of Coginchaug Regional High School offer photos, schedule, standards, results and school records.
Durham Agricultural FairConnecticut's largest agricultural fair. Information for fairgoers, exhibitors and vendors. Farm Museum. Off-season events.
Durham Public LibraryHistory plus information on services, Board of Trustees and hours of operation.
Millers Pond State ParkOverview, activities, services, fees and driving directions provided.
Movado FarmFull service equestrian center including boarding, lesson, training, camp and show program. Domestic and imported horses for sale. Detailed services information. Located in Durham.
Peaceful Healing Therapeutic MassageLearn about the benefits of massage therapy for medical conditions and general well-being. Sliding fee scale offered.
Town of DurhamMunicipal information, town history, departments and links.