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Contact & Links:
Pine Valley Fair Assoc:
     Pres. - Melody Huff
     Vice Pres. - Bob Taylor
     Treasurer - Phyllis Thomas
     Secretary - Lynda Bird

Co-Fair Managers: Rusti Lattin, Lynn Smith, Brandi Sangster


Livestock Superintendent:
Krischele Whitnah, 541-519-2561

Arts & Crafts Superintendent:


Exhibit Booths Superintendent:


Floriculture Superintendent:
Lynn Smith, 541-540-6481

Fresh Foods Superintendent:
Donna Carter, 541-742-5445

Food Preservation Superintendent:
Rusti Lattin, 541-540-6115

Land Products Superintendent:
Lynn Smith, 541-540-6481

Needlework Superintendent:
Kay Young, 541-742-2428

Photography Superintendent:
William Jackson, 541-540-7600

Parade:
Andrea Shields, 541-540-1410


Panhandle Rodeo:

Open Jackpot Rodeo Events:

Arena Director:
​Doug Payton

Mid-way/vendors/horse pen rentals
Bob Taylor-bomatay5@msn.com-541-742-2101
Vendor Contract
Community Links
Pictures of the Baker County Fair & Rodeo Supplied by 
Steve Backstorm of the Hell's Canyon Journal & Timothy Bishop of Base Camp Baker
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NOTICE

At the July 14th Pine Valley Fair Association monthly meeting, extensive discussion was directed to the upcoming annual Baker County Fair and Rodeo held in Halfway.

In light of current government policies regarding the COVID-19 situation, it was determined with heavy hearts, that the 99th annual rodeo, normally held on Labor Day weekend, will not be held this year.

The Association is therefore turning their attention to the 100th anniversary of the rodeo in 2021.

The Association is grateful to all the sponsors and supporters and look forward to seeing everyone next year. Grand things will be awaiting you at the landmark 100th celebration of our way of life, riding wild horses, roping cattle, and witnessing the endurance of our children as they show us their determination to live off the land.