“How-To Halloween” is a family-oriented event dedicated to fostering the do-it-yourself spirit of the haunting season. Its tagline, “What will you create in your laboratory?” exemplifies its goal: to inspire kids and their parents to head to the garage or basement and build something cool for the holiday. Along the way, everybody might learn something about the creative process, engineering, and science!
This is not just for kids and tinkerers! Halloween fans of all ages will love this event.
The event will appropriately take place during Lansing Maker Week and be held at the Lansing Center on October 11th from noon until 8pm. It promises to be fun, educational, and inspirational with its over 2 dozen exhibits, displays, contests, and hands-on activities. Several vendors will on hand too, selling their handmade Halloween crafts. Live and undead music will playing throughout the day, too.
Exhibits, activities, and highlights include: Star Wars characters and working droids, Impression 5's Ghostbusters' exhibit (ghost-launching trebuchets, glow-in-the-dark slime), life-sized Batmobile tumbler and animatronic Batman, Wild West Shoot 'Em Up game, pumpkin carving robot, Mater tow truck, Star Trek simulation, Mega-Tetris and Mega-Operation, and a Harry Potter wand battle.
* Celebrating the do-it-yourself spirit of Halloween in this family-friendly festival, kicking off with the 5th Annual Downtown Lansing Zombie Walk (no ticket purchase necessary to participate in the Walk).
* Special presentations include an exclusive zombie make-up tutorial at 11am, zombie costume contest, computer controlled pumpkin carving robot, slime-making seminar and ghost hurling trebuchets.
* Hosted by DJ Dracula from JAMMIN’ DJs and featuring the band Satanic Mechanics playing all of your favorite hits.
* Wear your costume and meet your favorite Star Wars characters in person.
The Lansing Center is located at: 333 E Michigan Ave, Lansing Charter Township, MI 48933
*TICKETS*- General Admission: $5.00 ages 3 and up. For tickets: http://bit.ly/
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