WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — People in Greater Lafayette had the chance to learn new talents and skills on Saturday.
St. Thomas Aquinas Center hosted its annual "How-To" Festival. People could learn anything from how to knit to how to fish.
Nearly 60 presentations were given on a variety of topics. Purdue student Lizzie Pangburn runs the event and said it's a good way for students to partner with the community.
"I think it's great for the community to come in and see what Purdue is doing and to learn from each other and have a great time and have fun and learn while doing so," said Pangburn.
Donations from "How-To" go toward St. Tom's Spring Break Mission Trips.
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