Wine, Eats & Easels

Wine, Eats & Easels 2016  Friday, August 5, 2016 6 to 9 pm

Wine, Eats & Easels 2016 Friday, August 5, 2016 6 to 9 pm

“Wine, Eats & Easels” is an annual event that not only promotes social community, but also showcases the City of Broken Arrow through Main Street, the Rose District, Farmers’ Market and BA Historical Museum.

“Wine, Eats & Easels” is an evening of wine and culinary sampling, musical entertainment and entertainment-type activities (living statues/sketch artists, etc.) with displays of unique, high-end quality artwork.  In the past, attendance has been 1,000-1,200 with approximately 50 vendors.  “Wine, Eats & Easels” was the inaugural event hosted at the Farmers’ Market and continues to grow in size and respect each year.  The event is directed by a committee of dedicated Broken Arrow residents with great attention to even the smallest details which directly correlate to the success of the evening.

Tickets are available at the following locations: Broken Arrow Neighbors, Epic Salon, The Vintage Phoenix, BK&Co and all Arkansas Valley Bank locations. Pre-event tickets are $40 and will be available at the event for $50. Sponsorships are still available. Please contact Gladys at 918-505-7420 for more information.

Please visit their Facebook page for more info: www.facebook.com/WineEatsandEaselsBA

2016 Vendors coming soon

Benefits Broken Arrow Neighbors.  Sponsorship opportunities are still available – include program listing, group tickets, and more.

(Please contact us at 918-251-7781 or by email, if interested.)

2016 Committee Members

Mark Breeden   Kim Goddard   Broken Arrow Neighbors
Heather Bryson The Arrow Group Sonny Kinion Brown, Kinion & Co.
Michelle Carpenter    Epic Salon, LLC Debbie Murphy BA Liquor Mart
Jeff Chism Brown, Kinion & Co. Vaunda Olivera City of Broken Arrow
LaTonya Cundiff Community Volunteer Sara Perez
Jennifer Deal BA Public Schools Kelley Rash AVB Bank
Jon Fleege Total Lending Concepts Dawn Seing McGraw Realtors
Kara Fleege Mrs Oklahoma Royalty Int Randy Swearengin      BA Community Foundation
Adam Foreman BA Public Schools