Miners' Jubilee is a 3-day celebration of the county's gold mining heritage that has been held annually in one form or another since the late 1800s. Miners’ Jubilee is held on the third weekend of July in Baker City, Oregon. Miners’ Jubilee makes the heritage and history of Baker County come to life with a parade, vendors in the park, a huge food court, music, sidewalk fair, mining demonstrations and kids’ activities. Bronc Riding Friday night and Bull Riding Saturday night, creates a full weekend of events that draws family and class reunions to Baker City every year.
Ash Grove Cement has been a integral member of Baker County for 40 years. Employing over 100 local residents, they are dedicated to the success and well being of every Baker County citizen. They proudly sponsor and participate in the Miners’ Jubilee.
Keeping the mining tradition alive and sponsoring Miners' Jubilee the Eastern Oregon Mining Association (EOMA) is a non-profit organization representing and advocating the role of mining in the Pacific Northwest.
From the opening to the closing there is constant action where you will join the fervor as every seat is a great one—you can feel the grit!
The atmosphere captures you—we love it, the rodeo athletes love it, and…believe it or not, the broncs and bulls love it, too. If you have a passion for rodeo, or you have never experienced one before, this is the place for you.
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Start you visit to Baker County with a stop at the Baker County Visitor Center. We are a gold mine of information!
490 Campbell Street, Baker City, Oregon 97814, United States
08:30 am – 04:30 pm
Weekend hours resume in May and continue through September. The office is closed for major holidays.