Wichita, Kansas 2021-07-23 14:02:39 –
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Wichita, Kansas (KSNW) – PBS Kansas Members and Fans Antique road show You can enjoy all kinds of vintage fun at PBS Kansas Antique Fair Saturday, July 24, 10 am-3pm, WSU Hughes Metroplex, 5105 E. 29th The St. Wichita A Model A Ford Club is located in the southwestern parking lot of the Metroplex from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.
People were able to register on the occasion of meeting an appraiser. There they can share their antique stories and gain insight into their value and history.
Appraisers scheduled for the event include Brady Dreasher, Denice Morris, and Emily Miller of Art of Estates. Mark Buckley in the toy storage area. Sparkle Jewelry’s Tim Bulloch; Stephen Gracener, art and antique appraiser. I’m Phil Martinez from Phil’s Coins.
People can enter to attend the trade fair and pay $ 10 at the door. People may still stop by and swear to bring one item for $ 125. Two items for $ 175, or three items for $ 225. They meet with an appraiser for each item to gain insight into the item.
“We are pleased to sponsor an event celebrating art, history, culture and more. We look forward to seeing great antiques with great feedback from the community,” said PBS Kansas President and Chief Executive Officer. Victor Hogstrom, Chief Executive Officer, said.
The Wichita Sedgwick County History Museum provides a pass for all participants, and Tanya’s Soup Kitchen provides meals for appraisers, volunteers and staff. In addition, the following organizations will be exhibiting. Midwestern Historical Genetics Society. Wichita Asian Association; Wichita Gem Minerals Association; Wichita Weaver, Spinner & Dears Guild. There is also a desktop arcade challenge with prizes offered by The Burrow. And if you’re hungry, check out the on-site U-Hungry Food Truck from 11am to 1pm.
Similar to an antique roadshow, those who “surprise” an appraiser with an item can share their experience at the feedback booth.
What’s your vintage treasure worth? Find out this weekend at the PBS Kansas Antiques Fair Source link What’s your vintage treasure worth? Find out this weekend at the PBS Kansas Antiques Fair