Baker County Library

Baker County Library
Baker County Library is listed in the Libraries category in Baker City, Oregon. Displayed below is the only current social network for Baker County Library which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Baker County Library on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 76.

Contact information for Baker County Library is:
2400 Resort St
Baker City, OR 97814
(541) 523-6419

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Baker County Library has an overall ZapScore of 76. This means that Baker County Library has a higher ZapScore than 76% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Baker City, Oregon is 37 and in the Libraries category is 55. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Baker County Library District shared Book Riot's post.
❤️ (illustration by Simini Blocker)

Baker County Library District shared OverDrive for Libraries's post.
Get the Libby app & you too can download ebooks and audiobooks from our digital collection! TIP: log in with LEO Listens as your library.
40,000 library & school partners circulated a quarter-of-a -billion eBooks and audiobooks 📚🎉
Digital reading continued to grow in popularity as readers from around the world borrowed more than 225 million eBooks and audiobooks through OverDrive in 2017.

Baker County Library District shared Sage Library System's post.
Most popular library books & DVDs this week. See the image descriptions for links to the Sage catalog records.
Hottest books & movies in the Sage catalog!

Baker County Library District shared Independent Lens | PBS's post.
If you can't catch this on OPB tonight, don't worry. You can check it out from the library.
Starting soon: The national television premiere of The Academy Award nominated I Am Not Your Negro on Independent Lens | PBS. Tune in 9/8c.
Oscar nominee I Am Not Your Negro envisions the book James Baldwin never finished to examine race in America then and now.

Baker County Library District shared The Library of America's post.
Cheers to Mr. London! Here is a link to his many classic works in the library catalog
Jack London was born 142 years ago today, on January 12, 1876. The past two weeks, as we "endured" the harsh winter weather (often sitting by our heaters), he came to mind, because few authors have written about subfreezing survival better than London—and he wrote from personal experience. At the age of twenty-one, he and his brother-in-law went to the Yukon region at the height of the Klondike Gold Rush and spent the winter of 1898 trapped in a cabin in a remote area. By the spring he was suffering from advanced scurvy. (He would lose four front teeth from the disease, adding to the several teeth lost in a childhood fight.) When the river had thawed enough, his companions constructed a raft and sent London, with a companion, back to civilization. In all he traveled over 1,500 miles down the Yukon River before boarding a steamer to Washington State. He reached home in Oakland with gold dust in his pockets worth less than five dollars. In “Love of Life,” London revisits the Yukon region. Yet, while the landscape is as bleak, unforgiving, and treacherous as ever, the story is actually set during an arctic summer. We present it in full as our Story of the Week selection.
A free story every week, sponsored by The Library of America