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Midwest City to showcase locally made wine, beer and food

Midwest City will host Made in Oklahoma on Saturday
BY NASREEN IQBAL Published: May 15, 2013

— For the second year in a row, Midwest City will serve as a meeting ground for people who love wine, beer, food, art and culture.

The “Made in Oklahoma Wine, Beer and Food Festival” is from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday on the ground level of the Sheraton Hotel at the Reed Conference Center, 5750 Will Rogers Road.

Admission to the festival is free, but participants can choose to buy 10 wine and beer tasting tickets and a festival wine or beer glass for $18.

The festival will feature vendors from across the state showcasing locally grown and produced wine, beer and food.

Other events are the “Show Your Ridez,” open car, truck and motorcycle show, wine and palette art classes, the “Sirens and Sirloins Firefighter Steak Cookoff,” the “The Great Grilled Cheese Challenge,” live music and merchandise and art sales.

To register as a participant in the car, truck and motorcycle show, wine and palette art class, Great Grilled Cheese Challenge or to become a festival vendor or volunteer visit or call 455-1808.