National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
Baker City, Oregon
enjoy a wide range of pioneer crafts, with all materials provided
NAI Certified Interpretive Guide Training
coming to Baker City, April 22-25: Click Here for Information'
Storytelling 101 with Karen Haas
Everyone is a storyteller, some people just don't know it yet! Discover your hidden talents at this fun and interactive workhshop.
Memorial Day, May 26, 10am-Noon | free to active Trail Tenders, $25 non-members
Saturday May 10, 10:00-1:00
Sew a historic-style apron like the pioneers wore and learn the different types of aprons worn and their uses. Participants must have sewing skills and bring their own sewing machine. This is single-day class is offered on two different days.[Ages 12 and up; $15 includes Entrance Fee]
Earth Day Activity
Tuesday April 22, 10:00-2:00
Drop-ins Welcome! Earth Day is an important day for people all over the world—it is a day when we celebrate our planet Earth and think about ways we can protect the environment to make it a safer and healthier place for people, plants, and animals each day. Come join us and make a Seed Starter Kit made entirely of recycled materials. Fee Free Day
Saturday April 12, 10:00-1:00
Learn basic technique of braiding a rag rug. By the end of the workshop, you will have a good start to your own “rag rug” to finish at home. All supplies will be furnished but you may bring your own fabric scraps if desired.[Ages 12 and up; $15, includes Entrance Fee]
Saturday April 12, 1:00-4:00
Learn basic technique of crocheting a rag rug. By the end of the workshop, you will have a good start to your own “rag rug” to finish at home. All supplies will be furnished but you may bring your own fabric scraps if desired. Must know how to crochet.
[Ages 12 and up; $15, includes Entrance Fee]