Continuing one of the most delightful traditions at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, “An Affair of the Heart” returns Oct. 25, 26 and 27. Like the glorious fall colors adorning trees and brightening our outlooks before winter, this annual unique marketplace is an experience that co-founder Connie Harris says “you simply don’t want to miss.”
The Cox Building will be filled with an array of crafts, antiques, collectibles, furniture, decorative items, jewelry, clothing and more.
Author-artist Chris Cargill, a popular participant in past affairs, will be on hand to talk about his walk in faith and unwillingness to settle for a “normal”life. Present for this year’s show are a kiosk hosted by the Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City, Toby Keith Foundation, Blue Star Mothers of America, and the local Wood Carvers Club, among others.
Lisa Dalhm and Beth Beccera, daughters of the late Gayle Dyer, a founding co-owner of “An Affair of the Heart.” Gayle’s daughters will be releasing their mom’s cookbook, “Mimi’s Kitchen Cupboard, and her prior publication, “Dancing in the Bird Bath.”
Many of our news media colleagues will be working the show, some broadcasting live, including KOMA, KMGL, JAKE, KSBI, KWTV News9, KYIS and Moore Monthly.
Wyndham Gardens Hotel is the host hotel, and Permanent Cosmetics is one of the show sponsors.
Friday and Saturday hours will be 9 a.m. – 6 pm.; Sunday the day lasts from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. The $7 admission covers all three days of the show. Additional information for “An Affair of the Heart” is available at aaoth.com .
Returning to State Fair Park: “An Affair of the Heart”
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