Wisdom Ways, Center for Spirituality, St. Paul, June 4, 2013

An Evening with Storyteller Kevin Kling

Wednesday, June 4, 6:30 to 8:30 pm, Wisdom Ways

What do we do with loss, intense suffering, and the focused anger that arises out of loss that can’t be cured and only healed? 

Kevin Kling knows the desolate inner experience of living with PTSD from an accident that nearly killed him.  He has reflected on how the three phases of prayer in his life (from praying to get things, to praying to get out of things, to gratitude) have allowed for him to find “a blessing in my curses every day.”

A good code of conduct for confronting violence may well be Kevin’s words of wisdom, “When you’re laughing at something, it can’t control you.”  He helps us to “find solace in mystery through storytelling.”  Join us for this engaging evening of laughter and storytelling connected to our theme by a man who has experienced life deeply.

WHEN: Wednesday, June 4, 6:30 to 8:30 pm
(Rescheduled form December 2013)

Carondelet Center, 1890 Randolph Ave., St. Paul 

COST: $30.00

This program is part of our Men’s Spirituality Series but is open to both men & women.




Linden Hills Power & Light Benefit, Friday, May 30th

Join your friends and neighbors for a night of laughs in support of a great cause. Linden Hills Power and Light is a neighborhood-based organization aiming to shrink our local carbon footprint through education, community engagement and action.  We promote sustainable energy, waste reduction and energy conservation. LHP&L has spearheaded the residential curbside composting program for 1260 households; helped over 250 homes become more energy efficient with the Community Energy Services program and assisted 17 neighborhood businesses and 5 schools recycle their organic waste. We do a lot more too! Come out and support our continued efforts while enjoying a great show and silent auction!


Linden Hills Power and Light 
2720 West 43rd St.
Minneapolis, MN 55410 

7:00 – 9: 30 p.m.


Stepping Stone Theater Benefit, Saturday, May 31st


Join us Saturday, May 31, 7:30 pm, for an evening of songs and stories to benefit SteppingStone Theatre!

Prudence Johnson is well known for her silky-smooth voice and jazzy interpretations of songs. Kevin Kling has been a constant presence as a storyteller on MPR and stages across the country for years, and he’ll be bringing his trademark wit and observation of the everyday. And T. Mychael Rambo’s voice is unmistakable. His rich baritone has led Penumbra Theater’s “Black Nativity” for years, and he was featured on SteppingStone Theatre’s CD “No Picnic Being Cheese,” that Prudence produced for us a few years ago.

All of this amazing talent on one stage, and an opportunity for you to support SteppingStone Theatre’s important work with Twin Cities children and youth. It will be an evening not to miss!

Tickets for the event are $45 of which, $30 is a tax-deductible donation to SteppingStone Theatre. For this reason, there are no member, student, or senior discounts.

SteppingStone Theatre
55 Victoria Street North
Saint Paul, MN
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Timpanogos Storytelling Conference, Orem, Utah, March 13-15, 2014

Timpanogos Storytelling Conference

When you want people to listen, you tell them a story. When you want people to understand, you tell them a story. When you want them to remember what you’ve told them, you tell them a story. Stories work! Whether it’s for the home, business, or the classroom, come and learn how to make stories work for you. Join storytellers Syd Lieberman, Kevin Kling, Noa Baum, and others as the Timpanogos Storytelling Conference presents workshops, hands-on opportunities, and a variety of informative and entertaining concerts. We have a wonderful line up of presenters coming! Visit the Presenter and Synopses tabs above to see more information.

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Chapter 2 Books, Hudson, WI, Book Signing with Kevin and Tony Bol from Fitzgerald, Dec. 10, 5:30 p.m.

“On Stage with Kevin Kling” features an extensive interview with the Fitzgerald Theater’s impresario, Tony Bol and Kevin, titled, “A Story Told”.  Meet both Tuesday night, December 10, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Chapter 2 Books
422 2nd St
Hudson WI 54016