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Annual Taste of Tahlequah

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Ghouls, ghosts and goblins, pumpkin heads, things that go bump in the night, delicious delectable dishes from Tahlequah restaurants…which thing doesn’t belong? They all belong. The Annual Taste of Tahlequah is Saturday at 7 PM. This year’s event is just the right time for participants to dress in Halloween finery while enjoying food, fun and a few surprises while supporting Tahlequah Main Street Association.

More than 25 restaurants are expected to be represented, so those in attendance can look forward to an evening of noshing and fun. A few new components have been added to this year’s event to enhance the evening even further. All funds raised from Taste of Tahlequah go to help the Tahlequah Main Street.

Annual Taste of Tahlequah

Address : Northeastern State University Center Ballroom Tahlequah OK
Phone : 918-431-1655   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Statue of Liberty Replica

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The First Telephone

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