Slaughterville Grape and Wine Festival Sept. 29, 2007

The fourth annual Slaughterville Grape and Wine Festival will be Sept. 29 at the Slaughterville Curve on US Highway 77.

The festival will begin at 10 a.m. with entertainment throughout the day. There will be grape juice tasting at the festival featuring Redland Juice Company and wine tasting at Canadian River Winery, eats and treats at Big Belly and U-Betcha, a grape stomp, an auto show, food and crafts booths and other events.

The Slaughterville Curve is on Highway 77, five miles north of Lexington and five miles south of Noble.

The festival will feature music by the John Arnold Band and Cross Wind as well as magical entertainment by Sonji the Clown and Tommy Rousey Karaoke. KBLP 105.1 FM 'Your Kind of Country' will be at the festival broadcasting 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Those who want to set up craft or food booths may call Kathy Bates of the Slaughterville Merchants’ Association at 219-9600.

This year’s host businesses include: Canadian River Winery, Redland Juice Company, Big Belly Restaurant, U-Betcha Dollar Store, Slaughterville Tire Store, George’s Apiary and the Town of Slaughterville. This year’s festival has been designated as an Oklahoma Centennial Event.