The Wewoka Sorghum Festival is a celebration of this city’s cultural heritage and history. The Seminole Nation Museum grounds hosts sorghum mill demonstrations throughout the day, so attendees can watch sorghum cane being ground, juiced, and made into syrup. Old-fashioned artisans will demonstrate tool and soap-making, among other things.
The Wewoka Sorghum Festival also includes: parade and classic car show; over 100 vendor booths with one-of-a-kind crafts, toys, and clothing; authentic food vendors; kid’s activities; live music; a bake-off; arts/photography exhibit; and much more.
Saturday, October 24, 2015 8am – 6pm
For more information, see: Wewoka Sorghum Festival