Get Artsy for Loonsday

The Loonsday race organizers are having a t-shirt design contest!  The winning design will be used on all the finisher tees and sweatshirts. Your work can be immortalized if you take up the challenge to showcase your talent.

The design must include: 

  • A loon


The following phrases: 

  • Loonsday 2020
  • 37th annual
  • Loon Lake, WA. 


Beyond that, use your imagination! Send a jpeg of your design to [email protected] before March 31st, 2020. 

Visit Loonsday’s Facebook page, facebook.com/Loonsday to see last year’s winning design, or to contact them with any questions.  

Loonsday is a 5 mile fun walk/run event that takes place in Loon Lake, Wa.

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