Fun, food and shopping will mark the 3rd Annual “Made In Oklahoma Festival” on Saturday, April 2, in Seminole.

The Seminole Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the all-day event which will feature a variety of vendors, live entertainment, food booths and activities for children. Over 60 vendors are scheduled to participate in the festival to sell items such as jewelry, quits, wood-work crafts and homemade soaps.

Several Oklahoma wineries will be joining food vendors – providing samples and products for purchase.   A quilt show will be held in the Seminole Municipal Building and large inflatables will be available for children on the front lawn of the Seminole Public Library – all on Main Street of Seminole. Festival hours will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The Seminole Historical Museum will host a “Poker Run” which will begin and end at the festival. Registration for the run may be made by contacting the Museum.

More information about the “Made In Oklahoma Festival” is available at, or by contacting the Chamber at 405-382-3640.