Originally known as theOddfellows’ Hall, this structure was built in 1909 on the river and moved by the railroad to its current location in 1910. The Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) Duvall Lodge #311 was established in November 1914. The building became the social center of the town and served as the home for Klondike Days, a big local event. In 1977 it became the famous Silver Spoon which served up delicious arts and crafts as well as fine food and amazing live music upstairs after dinner. Local artists sold pottery and art throughout the dining room where customers sat at tables covered with vintage strawberries, violets, poinsettias and state maps.