WANT TO TEACH A COURSE?
Instructor Susan Eberman (Allen, '65), a WKU Alumna and retired english composition instructor, became an antiques/collectible dealer. She expanded her career by becoming a travel writer specializing in American history and antiques. After downsizing her own collections, she now uses her shopping skills to purchase donations for non-profits where she volunteers.
More information on Susan can be found at www.writingfordollars.com
De-Antiquing with Susan
This fall, WKU will offer De-Antiquing with Susan, a two-hour session to help guide you through the process of assessing what you've collected and downsizing to what really matters to you.
After multiple queries from readers of her Antiquing with Susan column which has appeared in the Bloomington, Indiana newspaper for 12 years, Susan decided to develop this informational course. Drawing on her knowledge and relationships with national antique experts, Susan is prepared to help you make a plan to meet your individual downsizing needs.
Two sessions to meet your needs:
(Evening Session) September 10, 2013 | 6 - 8 p.m.
(Morning Session) September 11, 2013 | 9 -11 a.m.
Learn how to:
- Assess your possessions
- Determine value of items in today's market
- Explore the best ways to liquidate any unwanted items
Sessions will be held at the Knicely Conference Center.
Cost to attend session is $25.
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