All societies are characterized by the presence of certain mechanisms responsible for their functioning. Those mechanisms ensure good reproduction the patterns of expression and interpretation of each indy- vidual and strengthen social bonds, making it conducive to the consolidation of the community. These mechanisms are often bureaucratically organized in forms of an institutional activities. This article takes the issue of the informal transfer of knowledge and experience between the different generations, and also the impact of grassroots and anarchistic self-organization of the local community in Krobia. Connections based on informal relations between the younger and older members of the community are an extremely important part of building local identity and improving the functioning of the organized community. As shown in this article, those informal relations are a particularly important element of differentiation of the local community in Krobia, because they are completely independent from institutional initiatives, spontaneously formed in the projects of varying themes, and finally, they are common and very important to the local community.