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Wewoka Sorghum Day Car Show

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Event# 405-380-6600

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Wewoka Sorghum Day Car Show is held during the Wewoka Sorghum Day Festival, featuring seven city blocks of Arts, Crafts, Food, Fun, Games, Native American Foods and Demonstrations. 4th Saturday in October.

Awards include plaques for: Top 15 Stock Cars, Top 20 Modified Cars, Top 10 Stock Trucks, Top 10 Modified Trucks, Top 5 All Imports, Best Vintage, Best Classic, Best Custom, Best Paint, Best Interior and Best of Show. $100.00 for car club with the most entries. T-Shirts are available for sale featuring the prior two years best of show vehicles as the feature vehicles on the shirt. Free T-Shirt for first 75 entries. Door prize drawings during the day that include Cash ($500, $300 & $200) and Other Door Prizes.

Pre-Registration $15.00, Day of Show Entry $20.00.

Wewoka Sorghum Festival and Car Show
P.O. Box 1089
101 W Park St. (Office)
Wewoka, OK 74884
405 683 3636

Car Show Contact, Lewis Johnson - 405 380 6600
lcjohnson2@hotmail.com

Wewoka Sorghum Day Car Show

Address : North End of Main Street Wewoka OK
Phone : 405-380-6600   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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