Host Your Own At-Home Antiques Roadshow Watch Party!

Antiques Roadshow appraiser looking at poster art in a log cabin.

Alaska Public Media invites you to host your own at-home Antiques Roadshow watch party with fellow Roadshow fans! Tune in for the three upcoming episodes on Mondays, January 8, 15 and 22, at 7 p.m. on Alaska Public Media TV, streaming on the PBS App and after each episode airs.

Use our At-Home Party tools below for email and print invitations, and DIY Photo Booth Prop how-to!

1. Choose a date that works for you – you can watch live or stream on-demand.
2. Use the email or print invitations to invite friends and family.
3. Get ready to party with DIY photo props and more.


How to Use Email Invitations
1. Download the file.
2. Open it in Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have it, you can download it here for free.
3. Add your information and save.
4. Email to your friends as an attachment.

Email Invite – Version 1
Email Invite – Version 2
Email Invite – Version 3

How to Use Print Invitations
1. Download and print the file.
2. Cut out and Add your information by hand.
3. Mail to your friends and family in a 5″x7″ envelope.
NOTE: Each file comes with two invitations.

Print Invite – Version 1
Print Invite – Version 2
Print Invite – Version 3

DIY Photo Booth Props
Download the file and follow the instructions.

DIY Photo Booth Props

Alaska Native Heritage Center, Hour 1

Monday, January 8, at 7 p.m. on Alaska Public Media TV
Watch for treasures that include a 1969 Rolex Oyster cosmograph, an English bass violin, and Susan Butcher’s 1990 Iditarod trophy. Which Anchorage find is worth $50,000 to $100,000?

Alaska Native Heritage Center, Hour 2
Monday, January 15, at 7 p.m. on Alaska Public Media TV
Watch abundant Alaskan appraisals like a Paul Revere Jr. silver tablespoon, Harry Karstens’ ice axe from his first ascent of Denali, ca. 1913 and a Zacharias Nicholas Haida totem pole, ca. 1890. Find out which one is $100,000 to $125,000.

Alaska Native Heritage Center, Hour 3
Monday, January 22, at 7 p.m. on Alaska Public Media TV

Wrap up Roadshow’s first-ever visit to Alaska with finds that include an Alaska belt buckle, ca. 1975, an Elvis Presley King Creole movie poster, and Stephen Decatur warrant and commissions from 1798-1804. One is $150,000 to $200,000!

These resources were made possible in part by the support of generous partners. – thank you!

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