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March 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2014
Land & Water Issues of the West
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum announces a symposium focusing on rural issues to be held in March. The program titled ‘Surviving the Elements: Land & Water Issues of the West’ aims to increase awareness of drought and rural issues in the American West, by focusing on stewardship and conservation of land and water. The Museum aims to make an impact and be a change agent for rural issues by creating a conversation between farmers, ranchers and their industry partners to help create solutions. At the center of this conversation will be the symposium held each Friday in March 2014 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. and features world-renowned experts on several topics.


April 3-5, 2014  Oklahoma City Farm Show - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Launched in 2005 as the Southern Plains Farm Show, the show will now be billed the Oklahoma City Farm Show.  The name change is designed to clearly communicate the show’s location, and also signifies the plans for a long term partnership with the community and State Fair Park, a world-class event site.  The show continues as the premier spring agricultural and ranching event for the southern plains area, with over 300 exhibitors featuring over 1000 product lines for three big days.

April 12-19, 2014  45th Annual World Championship Cow Chip Throw
Beaver, Oklahoma
An event of the Cimarron Territory Celebration. Also Chili Cook-off, Horse Shoe Throwing Contest, Parades, Arts & Crafts, etc.

April 26, 2014  An Evening at the Gallery - Rotary Wine & Arts Festival
Poteau, Oklahoma
Taste wine from several Oklahoma wineries, sample gourmet food, view exceptional art work from local artists, all while enjoying the entertainment provided by local musical and theatrical performances.

May 3, 2014  26th Annual El Reno Fried Onion Burger Day
El Reno, Oklahoma
The Burger Day Festival is a tribute to the fried onion hamburger, cooked daily in El Reno since the early 1900’s. Ross Davis, who owned and operated the Hamburger Inn on Route 66 in Downtown El Reno, began making fried onion hamburgers in the twenties during the Depression, when onions were cheap and meat was expensive. Today's festival includes a giant 10-foot fried onion burger, music, a car show, and more!  Attendance: 25,000.

May 9-11, 2014  Rooster Days - Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
83rd annual Rooster Days Festival, Oklahoma’s longest continuous running festival, in Broken Arrow. Experience all the traditional festival fanfare you’ve come to expect from this longstanding tradition and so much more. Check back soon for live entertainment lineups, Miss Chick pageant details, vendor information, and news and announcements about Oklahoma’s oldest festival.

May 10, 2014  Stilwell Strawberry Festival - Stilwell, Oklahoma
The 67th annual festival will feature the Strawberry Queen contest, recipe contest, berry auction, concert, 5k run, parade, and fresh Adair County strawberries.


June 7, 2014  Ponca City Herb Festival - Ponca City, Oklahoma
The Ponca City Herb Festival is held the first Saturday of June each year. Centrally located in Ponca City, the festival is set in the Lester and Mary Cann Memorial Gardens.  More than 100 vendors from Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Colorado and Arkansas bring their plants, primitive birdhouses, yard and garden ornaments, quilts, herbal vinegars and oils, handmade baskets, candles, soaps, furniture, stoneware and much more. Seminars for those wanting to know more about herbs, horticulture and outdoor design. Expect sessions on growing and using herbs, garden recipes, wildflowers, herbal teas and bath products, roses and landscaping.

June 7, 2014  35th Annual World's Largest Calf Fry & Cook-Off
Vinita, Oklahoma
Calf fries, a.k.a. Rocky Mountain oysters, are actually fried calves' testicles. Some 2,000 pounds of them are dished out at this festival each year. Other foods that are served and judged are beans, cobblers, salsa and bread.

June 13, 2014  Wine, Eats and Easels - Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
Wine, Eats and Easels is a wine tasting benefit held for Broken Arrow Neighbors a United Way Agency.  Over 30 artists from the Broken Arrow Arts and Humanities Council will display their art.  There will be 20+ wine vendors and 20+ restaurants providing samples as well.

June 14, 2014  15th Annual Ice Cream Festival
Chandler, Oklahoma

June 26-28, 2014  Bixby Green Corn Festival - Bixby, Oklahoma
A kick back to the good old fashioned family oriented picnic, the annual festival features great music, arts and crafts, food, and carnival, as well as games and contests for the young and young at heart. A talent show to highlight area youth is held on Friday at the Community Center and the annual Green Corn Parade entertains the masses on Saturday morning.

June 27-28, 2014  5th Annual Hog Wild BBQ & Chrome Fest
Chandler, Oklahoma
The Oklahoma State KCBS Championship event will include People's Choice BBQ tasting, music, car & bike show, kid activities, vendors galore, fireworks, and more!

July 4-5, 2014  Mc Loud Blackberry Festival - McLoud, Oklahoma
The McLoud Blackberry Festival began in the 1940's as a celebration of the end of harvest season for the local cash farm crop, blackberries. Activities include a parade, carnival, pageant, talent show, fireworks, car show, and blackberry baking contest.

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July 17-19, 2014  48th Annual Porter Peach Festival - Porter, Oklahoma
Contests for the best peach cobbler, dessert and preserves. Parade, music, street games, pet show, antique tractor pull, and 5K run.

July 19, 2014  Scissortail Wine Festival - Claremore, Oklahoma
This year the Claremore Expo Center hopes to hold one of the best wine festivals in the state! We feel our 30,000 square foot premium air conditioned facility is the perfect place to boast the ever growing Oklahoma wine industry. To complement our wineries we will also be offering food and coffee vendors. The RSU art department will be on display along with The Three Rivers Artists.

July 19, 2014  Stratford Peach Festival - Stratford, Oklahoma
A celebration synonymous with summer, the Peach Festival is family entertainment at its finest.  Held in the self-professed "Peach Capital of Oklahoma," the Festival will feature a variety of activities including live entertainment, arts and craft vendors, street games, helicopter rides, car show and more.  Pick up a bushel of fresh peaches from one of seven area orchards participating in the event, or simply enjoy a delicious serving of homemade peach ice cream.

July 24-26, 2014  Whole Hawg Days & Poker Run - Eufaula, Oklahoma
A celebration of summer that includes a parade, car show, barbecue cook-off and much more.  The Whole Hawg Days carnival in Posey Park will open Thursday evening, followed by traditional rodeo events, steer riding and mutton bustin' in the Eufaula Round-Up Club Rodeo, held each night of the event.  Show up Friday for arts and craft vendors, inflatable rides, a parade downtown at 6pm and more.  Saturday's activities will include the annual Car Show, children's activities, a "Hawg" Cook-Off Contest and a free sandwich giveaway at 5pm.  This annual event, held for over 20 years in Eufaula, is brought to a close on Saturday with the Whole Hawg Poker Run, held by boat and motorcycle around Lake Eufaula.

July 25-26, 2014  13th Annual Valliant Watermelon Festival
Valliant, Oklahoma
Friday evening parade at 6pm, gospel music concert at 7pm, during which the Big Melon Weigh Off will take place. Saturday morning good, old-fashioned family fun, games and live entertainment. Come to this festival and enjoy watermelon salsa and watermelon slushies. There will also be free watermelon slices while supplies last.  Watermelon Festival contests include a watermelon eating contest, seed spitting, a horseshoe tournament, weenie dog races and turtle races. Classic Car Show, Photography and Quilt Show. Food and craft vendors will offer something for everyone. A concert in the park at 8pm closes the Festival.

August 8-9, 2014  Grab, Root, & Growl BBQ Competition
Woodward, Oklahoma
A people's choice barbecue cook-off where those in attendance are invited to taste and judge the chicken, pork and brisket smoked for hours by expert pit masters. This two-day event begins with a homemade ice cream competition on Friday with meats being prepared and served on Saturday. Bring the family and your appetite to this fun and filling event. This event is sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbecue Society.  This sanctioned event has been organized to support vital Northwest Oklahoma Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (CASA) programming, serving abused and neglected children in Northwest Oklahoma.

August 9, 2014  Rush Springs Watermelon Festival
Rush Springs, Oklahoma
The festival has proven popular since its beginning and the crowds have increased in number to over 20,000 visitors each year. Over 50,000 pounds of watermelons are purchased from area melon growers and served to festival visitors during the day.

August 22-23, 2014  Oklahoma Championship Steak Cook-off
Tulsa, Oklahoma
More than 60 teams of grillers from around the region compete to cook the best steak in Oklahoma. After the competition teams cook steak for the Largest Steak Dinner in the Sooner State. Over 2,500 persons enjoyed the meal in 2010. Also a huge car an motorcycle show live music and family fun. All proceeds benifit are charities that assist the needy.

August 23, 2014  Skyline Food Truck Festival - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Over 30 food trucks in one place, serving up everything from seafood, tacos and chicken wings to pizza, burgers and barbecue. There will also be an assortment of sweet treats available including shaved ice, ice cream and more.  Local bands and musicians take the stage and provide entertainment all day long.

August 25-30, 2014  Watermelon Festival & Community Fair
Ringwood, Oklahoma
The fair kicks off the Monday prior to Labor Day and concludes with a parade and activities on Saturday. Head to Ringwood to enjoy a bingo and volleyball tournament, baby and tiny tot show, pageants and the crowning of Miss Cinderella, Miss Watermelon and Miss Ringwood. There will also be a livestock show, homemade ice cream contest, watermelon in the park, children and turtle races and more.

August 27-30, 2014  Payne County Free Fair - Stillwater, Oklahoma
Traditionally the county fair is the largest agricultural activity of the year. It brings together citizens of all communities in the county and allows the opportunity for renewal of old friendships and the opportunity for meeting new friends. It has been the goal of the Payne County Fairboard to offer a premium for all kinds of livestock, handiwork and farm products that will be exhibited from Payne County that are found worthy. The Payne County Fairboard will spare no pains to make everything pleasant and as comfortable for the public as possible to do, as well as to make it profitable. Remember, this is a free fair. No gate admission will be charged. It is your fair. With the right kind of cooperation, Payne County Fair will be second to none in the State.

September 4-6, 2014  Bluegrass & Chili Festival - Claremore, Oklahoma
This 35th annual event features the Mid-America Regional Chili Cook-off, a car show, Kiddie Korral, and three stages of entertainment. National, regional, and local artists will be performing bluegrass, country, and gospel music.

September 6-7, 2014  6th Annual Grape Stomp Festival
El Reno, Oklahoma
Chapel Creek Winery.  Wine Tasting - Live Music - Cow-bernet Burgers - Sinful Zin Peaches.

September 6-14, 2014  Tulsa Restaurant Week - Tulsa, Oklahoma
Tulsa Restaurant Week, held in various locations throughout the city, is a food lover's paradise as 40+ eateries unify to offer prix-fixe options not on their usual menu.  There is a fixed menu costs per person for lunch and per one or two people for dinner. Most meals include appetizer, entree and dessert, so come to Tulsa Restaurant Week with a hearty appetite.

September 11-14, 2014  Rock 'N Rib Festival - Tulsa, Oklahoma
Barbecue teams from across the country will showcase their award-winning recipes.  Families are invited to this one-of-a-kind festival that will fill the streets of downtown Tulsa with a scent of savory sauces, sizzling meats and the sound of live music.  Admission is free to the public.  This year the event features an interactive children's area offering face painting, games and inflatables as well as the Aporkalypse Fun Run & 5K.  Dress up in your best zombie costume and lace up your tennis shoes for this combination 5K and food eating competition.  During the "Pig Out Challenge" portion of the race, competitors will eat ribs and sides before continuing on.

September 11-21, 2014  Oklahoma State Fair - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Visit the Oklahoma State Fair and don't forget to catch one of the fair's popular livestock or horse shows. Enjoy exciting PRCA rodeo action on Friday and stick around for a live concert following the event. Also, enjoy the hottest musical acts performing rock, country and pop during free concerts, held nightly.  The food is famous at the Oklahoma State Fair, so stop by and feast on huge cinnamon rolls dripping with icing, or cool off with an ice-cold jug of sweet root beer. There is something for every appetite at the Oklahoma State Fair including Indian tacos, funnel cakes, gyros, corn dogs, barbecue sandwiches, roasted corn on the cob, turkey legs and slices of piping-hot pizza.  Attendance: 1,000,000.

September 13, 2014  Charlie Adams Day - Newkirk, Oklahoma
Charlie Adams Day is held in the heart of downtown Newkirk on the Courthouse Lawn from 9:0 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.  All of the entertainment is free. Many of the children's activities are also free of charge.  World Class Barbecue Is available with the purchase of a $7.00 tasting kit.  The Heartland of the Prairies Dutch Oven Society prepare Cooking Demonstrations throughout the day And Free Dutch Oven Desserts.  There are also hot dogs and hamburgers available if barbecue is not your thing. We look forward to seeing you here.  Turtle races are on the schedule

September 13, 2014  21st Annual Hook-N-Cook Off
Monkey Island, Oklahoma
This event has been one of the largest catfish Cookoff events in the region and not only will there be a great catfish Cookoff competition, but there will also be a Cookoff for Cole slaw and Hushpuppies.  There will also be a Car Show, Arts and Crafts of all kinds and the Musical Entertainment.

September 18-20, 2014  Heart of America Farm Show - Beggs, Oklahoma
There's something for everyone at the Heart of America Farm Show in Beggs. Special seminars from experts, eat some delicious barbecue and other food from local vendors, see professional bull riding, attend livestock exhibitions and participate in the Indian Relay Races each night. Nightly live music and plenty of opportunities for the whole family to get in touch with their inner cowboys and cowgirls.

September 18-20, 2014  Tulsa Greek Festival - Tulsa, Oklahoma
Build your own Greek dinner, enjoy some Greek desserts, buy a Greek cookbook with an area flavor, and imagine the sights, sounds, and smells of Mediterranean life at Greek Holiday.  Sponsored by Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Greek Holiday features a wide variety of activities–dining from a menu full of delicious home-cooked Greek foods, ethnic dancing, shopping for home-made Greek pastries, Greek jewelry and gifts, and imported foods.  Our parishioners and their friends have a great time hosting the festival. Greek Holiday organizers expect 4,000 to 5,000 guests to enjoy the new a la carte food line, which replaces the traditional Greek festival dinner.

September 20, 2014  Oklahoma Wine Harvest Festival
Bristow, Oklahoma
Nuyaka Creek Winery.  Drink in the beauty of our vineyards and celebrate the wine grape harvest with our family.  Join our celebration of fine wines during the Nuyaka Creek Winery September Harvest Festival! More than just a showcase for great wine, the festival offers a fun filled day in the country, live music and the chance to visit with other Oklahoma folks interested in building a great wine industry for our state.

September 20, 2014  28th Annual Cherokee Strip Cook-Off
Ponca City, Oklahoma
A world-class barbecue competition complete with live musical entertainment, clowns, children's activities and much more. Purchase a tasting kit and enjoy mouthwatering cook-off entries submitted by professional barbecue cooks, and don't forget to vote for the People's Choice Award, given to crowd-selected favorites in barbecue and chili. Vendors, cold beer and fun for the entire family.  Come out for fun, food and a day filled with entertainment and competition held on the banks of Lake Ponca in Ponca City, this Kansas City Barbeque Society-sanctioned cook-off offers some of the tastiest barbecue around.

September 25 - October 5, 2014  Tulsa State Fair - Tulsa, Oklahoma
The Tulsa State Fair is the City’s largest family event, providing educational experiences and entertainment during an 11-day span.  Annually held on the fourth Thursday after Labor Day, this historical event is based upon heritage, family values and quality entertainment for all ages.  It was first organized in 1903 as the “Tulsa County Free Fair” and developed into the Tulsa State Fair of today.  With the goal of providing and educational and entertaining experience to the community, it has over 100 years of history and continues to stand out as one of the premier fairs in the country.  Attendance: 1,000,000.

September 26-27, 2014  29th Annual Threshing Bee - Fairview, Oklahoma
An annual celebration of pioneer farm life with demonstrations using authentic farming equipment. Gas and steam engine show, antique car and truck show, antique farm equipment show, arts and crafts, food booths, musical entertainment, children's events, museum tours and more. Attend the Sunday morning service at the old Pioneer Church.

September 26-27, 2014  Pelican Festival - Grove, Oklahoma
This annual event celebrates the fall migration of the American White Pelicans that return to the waters of northwest Oklahoma's beautiful Grand Lake O' the Cherokees. Activities at this year's Pelican Festival will include a parade, arts and crafts, food vendors and live entertainment throughout the event.

September 27, 2014  SGL Lions 8th Annual Chili Cookoff
Grand Lake, Langley City Park, Oklahoma
South Grand Lake Lions Club will host its 8th Annual Chili Cookoff.  In junction with Langley Days, we will have music, food, vendors, and CHILI!  All proceeds go to the Meals on Wheels Program and other Community Projects

September 27-28, 2014  Oklahoma State Sugar Art Show
Tulsa, Oklahoma
The nation's great cake designers show off their skills in Tulsa.  Watch as they work meticulously to try to create the ultimate cake that will win the Grand National Wedding Cake Competition, a popular part of the show.  These artists will create romantic, elaborate and detailed wedding cakes that are true works of art. The theme for the 2014 show is Fifty Shades of Cake.  The ultimate inspiration for consumers to create the cake of their dreams.  Experienced celebrity presenters will also be on hand at this renowned event that has been featured on the Food Network.  The Oklahoma State Sugar Art Show is a cake artists showcase and not to be missed.

October 4, 2014  Cotton Pickin' Chili Cook-Off - Altus, Oklahoma
The Cotton Pickin' Chili Cook-Off in Altus is an agricultural heritage celebration featuring a chili and barbecue cook-off.  Browse vendors and enjoy local entertainment while sampling recipes from over 50 entries to decide which is best. With a focus on cotton farming, the event features miniature cotton gin demonstrations, antique tractors and farming displays.  Bring the whole family out to the Cotton Pickin' Chili Cook-Off for a day of fun and great food.

October 10-11, 2014  Watonga Cheese Festival & Arts Show
Watonga, Oklahoma
Enjoy two days of fun-filled musical entertainment, cheese tasting, an art show, quilt show, classic car show, children's games and a 5K run.  Don't miss the parade on Saturday, along with a cheese food contest and rat race.

October 11, 2014  Cordell Pumpkin Festival - Cordell, Oklahoma
Date is tentative.  Enjoy this family fun event featuring a pumpkin pancake breakfast, arts & crafts, vendors, food, live entertainment, parade, classic car show, poker walk, pumpkin carving, children's games and more.

October 12-18, 2014  National Bulk Foods Week - Nationwide
The Bulk is Green Council (BIG)

October 13-17, 2014  National School Lunch Week - Nationwide
School Nutrition Association.  'Get in the Game with School Lunch.'

October 16, 2014  Annual Water4 Foundation Pioneering Spirit Gala
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Please join us for an evening of celebrating the innovative spirit that drives Oklahomans and is inspiring Water4 Foundation to make an impact on the global water crisis.  There will be a silent auction, a dinner and a program, followed by a night of dancing.

October 18, 2014  McLoud Chili Cook-off - McLoud, Oklahoma
Main street will be busy with the annual Chili Cook-off and car show. Lots of chili to taste, vendors selling an assortment of products and 'vintage' cars to inspect. Applications for Chili Cooks, Salsa entries and Merchandise Vendors are being accepted now.

November 1, 2014  Oklahoma Wine Walk - Norman, Oklahoma
Held at the beautiful Brookhaven Village in Norman, the Oklahoma Wine Walk invites visitors to enjoy a delicious selections from Oklahoma wineries. Listen to live music while browsing outdoor booths featuring made in Oklahoma products and genuine wine collectibles.

November 27, 2014  THANKSGIVING DAY
There are so many events on Thanksgiving Day they are to numerous to list.

December 6, 2014  Minco Honey Festival - Minco, Oklahoma
Pure, sweet Oklahoma honey from the largest honey producing facility in the state.  Tours of the Ross Honey Plant will be given throughout the day, and an impressive array of honey products and gifts will be available for purchase.  This year's festival will also feature the popular and much-anticipated honey bake-off.  Free samples will be available to the public.  Known by locals as the land of milk and honey, Minco dairy producers will also have free samples of cheese and milk products.  Come to the Minco Honey Festival and you are guaranteed to notice the aroma of food throughout the town supplied from local restaurants and food vendors.  The Minco Honey Festival will also include over 100 crafters, a quilt show, a kids' tractor pull and booths filled with Made in Oklahoma products.

December 10, 2014  Terra Madre Day - Worldwide
A worldwide celebration of local food held every year on December 10. Through hundreds of diverse and unique events across the globe, together we show that a global food revolution grows from local roots.


2015 OKLAHOMA 2015

February 14, 2015  VALENTINE’S DAY
Most of the more than 1/2 million restaurants in the U.S. have special events scheduled for today. They are too numerous to list.

March 2-6, 2015 National School Breakfast Week - Nationwide
National School Breakfast Week (NSBW) was launched in 1989 to raise awareness of the availability of the School Breakfast Program (SBP) to all children.

March 18, 2015  'AgDay' National Agriculture Day - Nationwide
A day to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by agriculture.

April 10-11, 2015  Wine Forum of Oklahoma 2015 - Stillwater, Oklahoma
Oklahoma State University.  Held every other year, the Wine Forum of Oklahoma is a fun, interactive and unique way to explore everything there is to know about wine. This event is two days packed full of educational wine seminars, wine tasting and food and wine pairings. If you love wine and have an interest in how it’s made, don’t miss this chance to sample a wide variety of whites and reds and get down to the basics of how a bottle of delicious pinot noir or zinfandel is created.

April 22, 2015  Earth Day - Worldwide
The first Earth Day on April 22, 1970, activated 20 million Americans from all walks of life and is widely credited with launching the modern environmental movement.  More than 1 billion people now participate in Earth Day activities each year, making it the largest civic observance in the world.

May 10, 2015  MOTHER’S DAY
Most restaurants in the U.S. have special events scheduled for today. They are too numerous to list.

JULY 4, 2015 - 4TH OF JULY 2015
There are so many events on this day that they are too numerous to list. Virtually every community in the U.S. has a 4th of July celebration.

November 26, 2015  THANKSGIVING DAY
There are so many events on Thanksgiving Day they are to numerous to list.


2013 OKLAHOMA 2013
Food & Wine Festivals, Shows & Local Events
events still waiting for new dates

October 5, 2013  Dutch Oven Cook Off & Fall Festival - Avard, Oklahoma
Each fall, the small community also hosts the Annual Avard Dutch Oven Cook Off & Fall Festival & Art Show with crafts, good “eats” and lots of good fellowship. This event has been sanctioned by the International Dutch Oven Society and is growing each year. If you have an Rv and enjoy boondocking in the country Avard is the place to go.

October 19-20, 2013  5th Annual Route 66 Pecan & Fun Fest
Claremore, Oklahoma
Pecan pie-eating contest, car show, games for the kids, artisans and crafters from around the state, and the Route 66 Sock Hop.

October 25-26, 2013  Smokin' The Fort Barbeque & Bluegrass Festival
Fort Gibson, Oklahoma
Come and enjoy this professional barbecue competition judged by the Kansas City BBQ Society.  Witness amateur cooks compete in the popular people's choice category. Bring your lawn chairs, get ready for some amazing bluegrass music and make sure to bring a big appetite.

October 27, 2013  Sorghum Festival - Wewoka, Oklahoma
Visit Wewoka for a fun-filled day at the Sorghum Festival.  This fall festival is a celebration of Wewoka's history and the history of sorghum production in the town.  Sorghum is a sweetener, similar to molasses, that was primarily used in pioneer times.  At 10am, decorated floats, antique tractors, show horses and marching bands will make their way through downtown Wewoka in the annual parade.  After the parade, visit the car show to admire classic cars of all makes and models. Attendance: 30,000.

December 12-14, 2013  Tulsa Farm Show - Tulsa, Oklahoma
20th annual farm show with equipment demos and educational seminars.


2012 OKLAHOMA 2012
Food & Wine Festivals, Shows & Local Events
events still waiting for new dates

May 23, 2012  Oklahoma's 3 Shows in 1 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Food & Drink Expo; Convenience Store Show; Bar & Night Club Show

July 13-14, 2012  Smokin' Up A Storm Charity BBQ Challenge
Norman, Oklahoma
Event Cancelled for 2013.

October 27, 2012  Owasso Harvest Festival Chili Cookoff - Owasso, OK
The Harvest Festival has activities for the entire family. Chili lovers will be able to taste some of the world’s best chili and sample over 50 pots of chili prepared by local chili teams.


2011 OKLAHOMA 2011
Food & Wine Festivals, Shows & Local Events
events still waiting for new dates

September 16-18, 2011  Wine'N on the Chisholm Trail - Duncan, OK
Fall Wine Festival with live music, entertainment, food, area vendors and a kids zone.

October 7-8, 2011  Fall Fair - Aline, Oklahoma
Bring your taste buds and enjoy this fall fair that includes a chili and stew cook-off, ice cream crank-off, a parade, entertainment and more.

Dec 31, 2011  Price Tower Arts Center's New Year's Eve Olive Drop
Bartlesville, Oklahoma
Ring in the New Year in style with a festive countdown as an olive drops from the top of the Price Tower to a martini glass waiting below.


2010 OKLAHOMA 2010
Food & Wine Festivals, Shows & Local Events
Events waiting for new dates

October 8-9, 2010  Merchants' Cuisine Festival - Oklahoma City, OK
This is a two day exhibition to the public of producers and sellers of foods and other products, that are designed to help the home chef.  Products such as ingredients for recipes, organic foods, and food-related services will be featured.  In the facility are two auditoriums in which we are scheduling chefs conducting demonstrations and informative talks, as well.

October 14, 2010  Taste Napa Valley - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Twice a year, the Napa Valley Vintners hits the road with the principals and winemakers from 80 or more member wineries, focusing each trip on one market. The vintners spend several days in that market, hosting a mix of trade and consumer tasting events and educational programs.

October 17, 2010  Grand Wine Country Fall Festival - Ketchum, Oklahoma
Enjoy a day in Grand Wine Country with local wineries at the Grand Wine Country Fall Festival. Activities include art, food and live jazz.

October 30, 2010  Great Pumpkin Egg Hunt - Wagoner, Oklahoma
Bring the family and enjoy this Halloween egg hunt where thousands of candy and prize eggs will be scattered over the resort. Also enjoy kid's games and a costume contest.


2009 OKLAHOMA 2009
events still waiting for new dates

November 7, 2009  Oklahoma WineFest - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Oklahoma WineFest showcases Oklahoma's premier wineries featuring award winning wines. Music provided by: Keys, Satchmo & the Bees, Lisa Curl and Russ Hulme. Food, shopping and wine tasting will be available throughout the day.



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