OPENING LANSING’S “HOW-TO HALLOWEEN” EVENT! The zombie apocalypse is infecting Lansing! With Halloween right around the corner, we invite you to Lansing’s How-To Halloween Event. This family-friendly festival celebrates the do-it-yourself spirit of the holiday in a fun and safe environment. Learn how it’s done with tips on how to make your own ghoulish props, costumes, baked-goods, and even your own zombie make-up. Cost for How-To Halloween is $6 at the door starting at 11am. Join us at 11:00 a.m., for an exclusive zombie make-up tutorial taught by experienced zombies. If you’re already an expert come zombie-fied and ready to invade at high noon in the Lansing Center Lobby. Walk downtown ending at the capital (free to walk), then return to the Lansing Center for the How-To Halloween Zombie Competition (entry fee required). Pre-Registration required for the make-up tutorial (entry to How-To Halloween included for all registered). All proceeds from the make-up tutorial and t-shirt sales go to the Lansing Parks and Recreation Youth Scholarship Fund. We will also be accepting food donations for the Greater Lansing Food Bank.
Brought to you by How-To Halloween / Robot Pumpkin LLC / LEPFA
The second annual How-To Halloween is a family-friendly festival that promotes all of the creative aspects and do-it-yourself spirit of the haunting season. It kicks off with the Downtown Lansing Zombie Walk and features huge displays, great music and everything you’d want to know about making your own ghoulish props, decorations, make-up and baked goods. So break out your best homemade costumes, bring your friends and be a part of the unique and innovative celebration.
Halloween Robot Parade & Global Robotics Arts Festival 2014
October 25, 2014 9am-4pm
For those who are into robotics, this will pique your interests. Macomb Community College with cooperation with Lawrence Technological University will host this RoboFest event. The parade will consist of robotic floats. Expect at least a ghost or a ghoul in the parade since it will be close to Halloween. Afterwards, the Global Robotics Arts Festival takes place. Robots will be in costume and dance. Robots will paint. There will be robotic music as well. The best thing about these robotic displays: it’s student driven from many age and class levels. Mark this on your calendars.
Macomb Community College
14500 E Twelve Mile Rd
Warren, MI 48088
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