POSTED ON APRIL 20, 2011:
Hopped Up. Choc Beer Company and the Fellowship of Oklahoma Ale Makers (FOAM) join forces to brew the 2011 Wild Brew collaboration beer. The limited release, Belgian-style India Pale Ale will be available in 22-ounce bottles beginning June 6 at liquor stores throughout Oklahoma and western Arkansas.
Wild Brew is a beer-tasting event that benefits the Sutton Avian Research Center in Tulsa. The tasting is July 30 at the Tulsa Fairgrounds Exchange Center. Visit chocbeer.com for more information.
Blush and Bashful. Turn Tulsa Pink focuses on women in the business community and local families who have battled or lost their battle to cancer. The campaign is getting a jump start on Breast Cancer Awareness by encouraging local businesses, organizations, schools and individuals to join the Tulsa Cares Enough to Wear Pink movement.
Organizers of the campaign recently held a logo contest and the winner will be awarded $100 cash prize at the Social Media Tulsa Meetup on April 30 at LaFortune Park, which starts at 1pm.
Businesses on the "Pink Bandwagon" include The Philtower, Marilyn Ihloff Salons and Spa, Hilti Design and Marketing, Cain's Ballroom and many more. Turn Tulsa Pink's main event is October 25-27. Visit turntulsapink.com for more information.
Space Speaker. The Oklahoma Aerospace Alliance announced international aerospace leader, Hal Chrisman, principal of AeroStrategy North America, will be the keynote speaker of the 10th Annual Oklahoma Aerospace Summit & Expo. The Summit will be held June 6-8 at the Tulsa Convention Center.
Oklahoma's annual Aerospace Summit will host more than 100 leading aviation and aerospace companies as exhibitors and is expected to draw as many as 1,000 attendees.
Gov. Mary Fallin will address the Summit as part of her commitment to the aviation and aerospace sectors. As lieutenant governor, Fallin was responsible for the first Oklahoma Aerospace Summit and Expo. Visit okaero.com for more information.
Nostalgic Renderings. The Campbell Hotel & Event Center, originally built in 1927, is hosting the 2011 Designer Showcase April 29-May 22. Though the hotel is currently undergoing renovations and is not scheduled to open until early July, the public will be able to tour the design work of Natalie Nirk, Brenda Rice, Michael Bear, Lisa Bell and many more during the showcase.
The hotel is scheduled to be brought back to life with 26 rooms, an event center and gift shop. Visit tulsadesignershowcase.com for more information.
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