Support your local economy at the Made in Oklahoma Wine, Beer an

Support your local economy at the Made in Oklahoma Wine, Beer and Food Festival!

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MIDWEST CITY - Art, drinks, live entertainment and even a car show! You’ll find it all on May 31st at the Made in Oklahoma Beer, Wine and Food Festival.

Local producers will provide a wide variety of wine and beer samples. And when you get hungry, several of Oklahoma’s best restaurants will be there for food tastings.

These great tastes of the state will be served up in Midwest City.

The best part is- the festival is free for anyone to attend!

The family-friendly event will take place at the Sheraton Midwest City Hotel at the Reed Conference Center. 

Saturday, 5/31/2014

Reed Conference Center

5800 Will Rogers Road,

Midwest City, OK 73110

405-455-1808

Commemorative festival glassware and 10 tasting token for $18

Click here for more information!

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