The event benefits the Oklahoma City-based nonprofit Warriors for Freedom.
Diners can enjoy a glass of wine, tuck into a plate of ossobuco and watch the talented dancers move to the music.
The gathering in downtown Edmond has become known for its food trucks, craft beer and live music.
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Wine of Fame kicks off Oct. 28, Trader Joe’s opens, Oklahoma Innocence Project holds catfish fry, EdFest is Oct. 14 and Fall Taste of Philippines is Oct. 8.
Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s 13th annual event features 80 varieties of beer.
ARTonTAP prepares for its 13th year, Dérailleur celebrates its grand opening and the Midwest City Sam’s Club hosts a team barbecue showdown.
Oklahoma Born & Brewed is 7-10 p.m. Friday at Gaylord-Pickens Museum.
Each session of the Oklahoma Craft Beer Festival includes unlimited 1-oz. samples of more than 300 beers from about 80 breweries.