FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - The second annual Maker Faire kicked off Saturday in Fort Wayne.
It's a time to celebrate the creative people in the community and to showcase some of what they're making. Organizers hope to connect the makers to each other and the public because there are so many different skills to learn.
"This is a completely unique event and so it's taken a little bit to educate the public about what is going on, but when you come and you see the faces, the people here are all smiling. So, that to me is the feedback. They're having fun, they're learning, they're getting to ride rides, they're getting to meet knew people. They're eating good good, they're listening to good music, they're having seminars, it's all good," Jane Applegate, the event producer, said.
The event continues Sunday at Headwaters Park East under the Lincoln Pavilion. Tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for kids.