Nonprofit Viewer Supported PBS Member Station Partners with Case Antiques to Bring Antiques Experts & Appraisers, including Ken Farmer of popular PBS program Antiques Roadshow
East Tennessee PBS along with Case Antiques invites the public to bring antiques, art and collectibles to an antique & appraisal fair on Saturday, July 28 in Abingdon Virginia. Attendees will hear from licensed, experienced appraisers and antique experts from Case Antiques about value and history of items.
Ken Farmer, known for his appearances on the hit PBS program Antiques Roadshow will also be in attendance.
This event will take place at the William King Museum of Art, located at 415 Academy Drive in Abingdon, Virginia.
Tickets are available now for a PBS Insider session from 10 a.m. until noon as well as a General Session from 1 until 5 p.m. The PBS Insider session requires advance tickets but tickets for the general session will be available at the door. Each item brought for evaluation/appraisal requires one ticket. Each ticket is $10.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.EastTennesseePBS.org.
While at the event, attendees will be able to explore the history and culture of our region by viewing amazing antiques and artifacts in the permanent collection of the William King Museum.
About East Tennessee PBS
East Tennessee PBS is a nonprofit, viewer supported PBS television member station serving East Tennessee since 1967. East Tennessee PBS provides lifelong learning opportunities to more than 1 million viewers in East Tennessee, Southern Kentucky, Southeast Virginia and Western North Carolina. The station achieves this by broadcasting non-violent, commercial-free children’s series; instructional programs; and primetime shows that educate, entertain, inform and inspire. East Tennessee PBS exists to serve the needs of East Tennessee as a community partner affecting positive change by educating, entertaining and challenging minds.