Miami Festival Returns for Weekend of Competition, Fun
Miami, OK -
Those looking to getaway with the family or friends can find plenty activities at an annual event this weekend.
The fourth annual Miami Native Oklahoma Weekend returns to the town Sept. 28-30. Attendees can look forward to competitions, food and crafts for sale at the Northeast Oklahoma festival.
According to a press release, the event is the recipient of the 2010 Oklahoma Tourism Merit Award and Grand Lake Association's Best Grand Lake Event in 2010. Most events require pre-registration but there are still many ways to get involved.
Festival attendees looking for competition can find it at the Wardog Chili Cook-Off or the Route 66 Dachshund Races. The cook-off will feature competitors presenting their best bowls of chili for judging, while the races will put together several Dachshunds to compete for the title of Champion Rt. 66 Dachshund.
Over 200 cars and motorcycles will converge on the Miami NOW Festival at the Endless Memories Car Show on Saturday at the Miami Fairgrounds, according the event's release. Several different vehicles will be present along with awards and cash drawings.
For more information on events at the festival, visit their web site at www.miamiokchamber.com or by calling the Miami Area Chamber at (918) 542-4481.
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