The Greater Rochester Heritage Festival Committee releases brand-new festival logo to commemorate 36th anniversary

The Greater Rochester Heritage Festival has a brand new logo. The logo was designed Print by Trent Design of Rochester and Detroit, Michigan, and features a wagon wheel and a sheep – one of Rochester’s iconic symbols of days-gone-by. The new logo captures the greater Rochester area’s heritage, spirit and sense of community which the festival has evoked for the past 35 years.

Along with the new logo, the Greater Rochester Heritage Festival has opened sponsorship opportunities to individuals and families. Now everyone can be a part of the great tradition of holding this popular event in Rochester.

Each sponsorship level comes with specific recognitions and benefits. There are two levels of support for individuals and families – Supporter (up to $50) and Super Supporter ($51 or more).

In addition, there are five sponsorship levels for corporations, businesses and organizations. These include Diamond ($3,000), Gold ($1,500), Silver ($1,000), Bronze ($500) and Patron (under $500).

If you would like to help support his year’s festival, please contact the Greater Rochester Heritage Days Committee on Facebook or Rod Wilson at (248) 651-6178. More information may be found on the festival’s web page at http://www.dinosaurhill.org/HeritageDays2014.

This year’s festival will take place Saturday, May 24 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, May 25, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is a weekend celebration of the community’s history, traditions and culture and is chocked full of old-fashioned family entertainment, including the ever-popular Great Lakes Timber Show, an arts and craft show, the Rochester Lions classic car show, children’s games and activities, camel rides, petting zoo, music, great food and more!

Admission to the Greater Rochester Heritage Days is free. The festival takes place rain or shine.

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