Learn the tricks necessary to evaluate items you have collected over the years and downsize them into a collection of treasures that really matter to you through the two-hour workshop “De-Antiquing with Susan.”
Workshop instructor Susan Eberman (Allen, ’65) is a WKU alumna and retired English composition instructor who developed the informational workshop. Her column “Antiquing with Susan” has appeared in the Bloomington, Ind., newspaper for 12 years.
“I decided to develop this course to teach others the skills I developed as an antiques/collectible dealer and travel writer specializing in American history and antiques,” Eberman said. “It allows me to use my knowledge and relationships with national antique experts to help others make a plan to meet their individual downsizing needs.”
Two sessions are available: Tuesday (Sept. 10) from 6-8 p.m. or Wednesday (Sept. 11) from 9 -11 a.m. Sessions will be held at the Knicely Conference Center located at 2355 Nashville Road in Bowling Green. The fee is $25. To register, visit http://www.wku.edu/ll/enrich/de-antiquing/ or call (270) 745-1912.
Through experience and education, individuals continually learn and adapt to life and their environment. The Lifelong Learning office is part of WKU’s Continuing and Professional Development unit within WKU Extended Learning & Outreach (DELO) and is committed to providing this community with learning opportunities for every age group and in a variety of interest areas.
Contact: Karen Dinwiddie, (270) 745-1912 or firstname.lastname@example.org