See a full-scale Jurassic Terror exhibit  (animatronic dinosaur included), a chatty, life-sized animatronic Batman, use a 3D printer, play interactive video games and so much more!

Kids will be able to play 'musical pumpkins', learn how to use circuits with LEDs, create their own toys and learn how to make fake blood or latex wounds.

See spooky autos, handcrafted Star Wars and Ghostbusters costumes, along with some steampunk and cosplay.

The Lansing Makers Network, a local hacker and maker space dedicated to helping amateur inventors, will have a life-sized Connect 4 game, a Harry Potter-like wand battle that allows kids to “cast” spells on their opponents (using devices with light emitting diodes (LEDs)), a large Tetris game, and a 5 person Star Trek Enterprise bridge simulator.

All of this, plus several vendors and other surprises! For additional information, contact Steve Sneed @ 881-6874 or visit the following websites. Admission is $7 for individuals and $30 for families of 6.

Get all the details here at how-to-halloween.com.