No rain, but a little heat greeted the Wine Eats & Easels fundraiser at the Rose District’s Farmers Market Pavilion Friday night.
The popular gala offered wine and drink samples plus finger food, art, music and even a butt sketch artist. An estimated crowd of 1,500 attended the charitable affair.
No matter what you did, it was all for a good cause as the Broken Arrow Neighbors was the beneficiary of the annual event.
Depending on the color of your wrist band, you could mingle in the Farmers Market or take to the third floor of the Broken Arrow Historical Society & Museum to enjoy the night away.