Two cowgirls riding in a blue chariot pulled by a mule competing in the Mule Chariot racing at the Baker COunty Fair and Panhandle Rodeo

Baker County Fair celebrating the region’s agricultural heritage including, livestock show, PCA Rodeo, horse show, parade, and craft exhibits. Activities throughout the town of Halfway and the Halfway Fair and…

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Baker County Fair since 1921

Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
special performances for August include:
• Thursday-Sunday, Aug. 12-15 — Mike Follin will present Dr. Balthasar’s Traveling Medicine Show at 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. on the center porch.
• Fridays and Saturdays, Aug. 21-22 and 28-29 — Nimiipuu Experience, interactive storytelling, song, drum, and dance from the Nez Perce, at 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. on the center porch.

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Panning for Gold at Miner's Jubilee pointing to the small flecks of gold visible in the pan

Miners’ Jubilee is a 3-day celebration of Baker County’s gold mining heritage, and is Baker City’s signature summer event.
Always the third weekend of July in Baker City, festivities include a parade, vendors in the park, a huge food court, downtown sidewalk fair, mining demonstrations and kids’ activities.

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Cowboy riding bucking Bronc

Baker County’s premier rodeo event is the annual Baker Bronc and Bull Riding the third weekend in July at the Baker County Fairgrounds in Baker City. Part of the Challenge of Champions Tour, this event features some of the best cowboys and meanest, toughest stock in the sport

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Classic Junior Rodeo action with a variety of traditional rodeo events for young cowboys and cowgirls including dummy roping, mutton busting and more For more information including complete list of…

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Cowboy riding a bull during the Haines Stampede Rodeo 4th of July in Baker City Oregon

Great old fashion rodeo action with quality stock and real cowboys, traditional rodeo events including barrel racing, roping, mutton busting, and rough stock events bronc and bull riding.  Always July…

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