PARKERSBURG, W. Va. West Virginia University of Parkersburg hosted a free maker day event for creatives and pop culture enthusiasts.
The event was open to families and individuals interested in getting ready for Halloween or just wanting to utilize local resources available for anyone wanting to create costumes, clothing, or other props.
The Maker Space is has no age requirements and the space is open to anyone from the community who wants to let their creative juices flow.
Logan Mace is the program coordinator at WVU Parkersburg, Workforce and Economic Development.
"We have people who make anything from furniture to like you said, costuming, so we can do any of that and all things in between. So really I say this and its not a cliche, but its only limited by somebody's imagination what you can do with the equipment and resources here," said Mace.
You can become a member of maker space by paying $15 dollars a month a which allows access to all equipment, resources, and training the space provides.
For more information, contact 304-424-8383.