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2019 ColorPalooza logo winner announced

Hebron High School sophomore creates this year's festival logo.
Post Date:February 05, 2019
A sophomore from Hebron High School has created this year’s winning logo for the ColorPalooza: A Celebration of Spring festival.

Susi Bechinger’s logo was unveiled Monday night at the City Council meeting. It features a painter’s palette, a paint brush, and the letters that spell out ColorPalooza are designed to look as if they are the paint on the palette.

“I entered this contest because I like drawing and painting and hoped it would jumpstart my arts career,” Bechinger said.

The 16-year-old from Castle Hills learned about the logo contest from her father who saw the call for artists in a local newspaper. She says she hopes winning the contest will make her a little more well known.

ColorPalooza, the annual outdoor festival, will be held on Saturday, April 6, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m., in historic Old Town Lewisville. Attendees will be entertained by various cultural music and dance groups. Admission to the festival will be free, although some activities might carry a nominal charge.

This festival features a wide variety of exhibits and interactive events with a “spring feel” for the whole family. Visitors will get to show off their artistic abilities, watch skilled artists create one-of-a-kind artwork, marvel at and create colorful sidewalk chalk art, and learn how to better care for the Earth and make their homes more environmentally friendly. There also will be emphasis on interactive events for children, including inflatable play structures and creative arts and crafts stations.