2011 Art and Wine Festival in Drumright April 30

Tidal School Winery by FreeWine
Tidal School Winery, a photo by FreeWine on Flickr.
Tidal School Winery presents their 5th Annual Art In The Vineyard event. The wine festival will be held April 30, 2011 from 10am until 5pm.

Enjoy art work from dozens of outstanding Okahoma artists!

Patronize a wide variety of Made-in-Oklahoma vendors while you enjoy free wine tasting and live music from two bands.

First on stage will be Southern Rock from the Iron Country Band followed by a longtime favorite Oklahoma blues band: Selby Minner and Blues On the Move!

Admission and Parking is free, so don't miss out on the fun this Saturday. For more details call: 866-258-1903 or visit www.tidalschool.com

Pinot Noir Grape Vines for Sale


Tulsa Charity Wine Dinner May 2nd 2011

A Bolivian in Italy

On May 2, Piatto Cucina Italiana and Engineers in Action are hosting a wine dinner that combines the taste of Italy and the culture of Bolivia. Guests can enjoy a full four-course meal in Tulsa Hills, while supporting EIA’s continued work in Bolivia.

Proceeds from this dinner go to supporting EIA’s operations and civil engineering projects in Bolivia. From clean, potable water to irrigation systems to eco-latrines, these projects have saved lives, and have given others a chance for a healthier life.

Visit EngineersInAction.org to make reservations online.

Contact David Stephenson, Executive Director (EIA): 918.346.5181
Contact Angelo Amabile, owner, Piatto: 918.770.0719

Wine Event Details
Monday, May 2, 2011 6:00 PM
$125 per ticket (33% goes to charity)
Piatto Cucina Italiana, Tulsa Hills
Call for questions: 918-770-0719

Oklahoma Earth Day 2011 Fun in Vinita

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P7020042, a photo by FreeWine on Flickr.

Earth Day Bud Break Celebration at Summerside Winery in Vinita, OK on Saturday April 23, 2011.

The celebration starts at 11am with music at 12:30. The Bentonville Flute Circle was founded in 2009 and encourages the preservation, appreciation, and the advancement of traditional and contemporary First Nations Flutes. The circle provides an atmosphere that encourages everyone to grow musically, from the beginner to the recording artist. They always enjoy sharing the gifts of fellowship and everyone is invited to participate.

During intermission Summerside will hold a short “Blessing of the Vines” by Rev. JoAnne Wright. Participants will walk through the vines and see the 2011 bud break of the Chambourcin Vineyard along Historic Route 66 in front of the winery’s courtyard.
Summerside invites all to enjoy this time honored celebration of the earth’s spring season. No admission charge for flute circle activities, and of course there will be Made-in-Oklahoma wine and meads to taste. As always they have an array of grape juices for all to enjoy also and The Bistro also offers soups, sandwiches, salads and desserts.

For more information on the Blessing of Summerside Vines with the Bentonville Flute Circle please contact Summerside Vineyards, Winery & Meadery at 918-256-3000. http://www.summersidevineyards.com/harvest.htm