Oklahoma City Festival of the Arts

The downtown Oklahoma City Festival of the Arts began today. Like Tulsa's MayFest, rain is a tradition that rarely fails. However, strong tents and nearby shelter for both artists and visitors mean many will Okies turn out to enjoy the Spring festivals.
Heck, some of us even think that is part of the fun!

The festival's operating hours are from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Sunday's events will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Admission to the festival is free, and pets are not allowed.
For additional information call 270-4848.

To my knowledge, there won't be any Oklahoma wine tasting at the OKC Art Festival, despite that unfortunate oversight you can still 'Taste Oklahoma'. Whatever direction you come from to visit OKC, there is probably an Oklahoma winery along the way. The Central Oklahoma Wine Trail (COW) encompasses four wineries which circle Oklahoma City. Try visiting Tres Suenos, Moonthfeathers, Canadian River or Sparks winery while you are in the area.
Oklahoma Wine News - Sooner State Wine Tasting News

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