CLEVELAND — Calling all inventors, creators, crafters and scientists! Saturday is your day to showcase your skills.

For the seventh year, the Maker Faire allows visionaries to participate in what the event describes as the "Greatest Show and Tell on Earth."

From the life-sized skeebowl (a cross between bowling and skee-ball) to glassblowing and homemade games, there's plenty to do and see at Maker Faire.

New this year, is the location. In prior years the event had always been held at the Cleveland Public Library. Because of it's growing popularity, they moved it to the Great Lakes Science Center to allow for more space.

For more information on the Cleveland Maker Faire, click here.

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