It’s going to be a festive Fourth of July in Baker County with lots of great community celebrations and holiday events throughout the county.

July 1 - 4,
Outdoor programming at the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
• Ranger programs at 11:30 & 1:30 Thur-Sun.
• Info table on the front porch from 9-3 Thurs-Sun.
• Norm!  The Wild Mustang will be there at 10-11 on Fri, July 2.
Great Bear Folk Theatre performing on the front porch at 10:30, 12:30, 2:30 on Sat & Sun, and at Geiser Pollman Park at 5pm on Sat, July 3.

The new tentative indoor reopening date is Thursday, July 8.

July 2
Kick the holiday weekend off with First Friday Art Walk in Baker City at multiple galleries throughout downtown and at Churchill School.

July 2-5
Lots of festivities to explore in Sumpter during the annual 4th of July Sumpter Flea Market

July 3-4
Ride the Sumpter Valley Railroad with four short run steam locomotive trains departing from the Sumpter Depot daily

July 3
Huntington Fourth of July Parade at 11 a.m. starts at the Huntington High School and gowns down Main Street

July 3
Saturday evening Pioneer Performances at Geisrer Pollman Park continue with Great Bear Folk Theatre performing the musical "Pioneer Song" at 5 p.m. at Geiser-Pollman Park in Baker City. Sponsored by National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center and Trail Tenders, these programs are free and open to the public.

July 3 -4
Haines Stampede Rodeo.   Always the 3rd and 4thof July, Rodeo action starts at 5 p.m. on Saturday and 1:30 on Sunday followed by fireworks at dusk.

July 4
Haines Day Fourth of July celebration
Cowboy Breakfast at the Grange 7-10 a.m.
Parade at 10 a.m.
Barbecue lunch at 11 a.m.
Haines Art Festival 9-3

For more information and complete schedules visit the Friends of Haines page

July 4
Powder River Music Review, outdoor concert at Geiser Pollman Park in Baker City 4 – 5:30 featuring Brady Goss

July 4
Halfway Fourth of July Celebration
6 p.m. parade downtown Main Street to the Fairgrounds
6:30 – 9 Live music with the Wasteland Kings at the Fairgrounds
7:30 Old fashioned pie auction
Fireworks start at dusk

For More info including complete schedule visit the Hells Canyon Chamber of Commerce Page 


It's going to be a fun Fourth of July weekend.  Try to keep cool, stay hydrated, and be careful with those fireworks.