We all hope to find like-minded people with similar interests as ours. Take a look through our list of Community Groups and see if anything catches your eye. If you don’t see your group listed here and would like us to include it, please send us a message!
Baker County Community Groups
Baker City Trash Talk. Educating and organizing community members to find creative solutions to the ongoing problem of too much trash.
Baker City Rocks! It’s about random acts of kindness. Sharing a little piece of art with a total stranger. It’s about people getting together to paint and laugh.
Baker Loves Bikes. To educate and support greater access and safe opportunities for all cyclists in Baker County.
Bhutan Cultural Exchange. Collaboration between Bhutan and USA that endeavors to develop cross cultural ideas and projects that increase understanding and goodwill.
Little Free Library. Take a Book, Share a Book. Little Free Library inspires a love of reading, builds community, and sparks creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges worldwide. Baker County has many of these libraries, but most are not officially registered.
Baker City library locations: 2339 Auburn Ave, 2193 Cherry St, 2150 Church St, 2810 Main
St, 2530 Sixth St, 2413 Third St, 1617 Valley Ave, 1350 Washington Ave, 1641 Washington Ave.
Huntington library locations: VFW Hall and Across the street from the Post Office
If you know of more in your area, please let us know so we can pass it on to others.
Nextdoor. Nextdoor connects neighbors to each other — and to everything nearby: Local businesses, services, news updates, recommendations and stuff for sale from the people down the block. Building connections in the real world is a universal human need. That truth, and the reality that neighborhoods are among the most important communities in our lives, have been guiding principles for Nextdoor since the beginning. Nextdoor groups in Baker County include Baker City North, Baker County and Pocahontas Rd Area.