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SPINNING YARNS

A workshop and storytelling performance by Dan Keding has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 27. Bad weather forced postponement of his appearance at Trinity Christian College on Tuesday, February 13. Keding will hold a storytelling workshop at 3:30 p.m. in the Grand Lobby of the Ozinga Chapel. He will give a performance at 7 p.m. in the Van Namen Recital Hall of the chapel.

Keding is well known for his telling of traditional folktales, personal narratives of his boyhood in Chicago, myths, legends, and ghost stories. He is also an accomplished ballad singer who accompanies himself on guitar, banjo, and spoons.

“This is prime entertainment for people of all ages,” said Dr. Sherry Barnes, associate professor of communication arts and member of Trinity’s Continuing Education Committee.

Dan Keding’s appearance is partially funded by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council. The workshop and performance are free and open to everyone.

Listen to an excerpt of “Nasrudin and Marriage” from Wisdom and Wayfaring: Stories from Around the World.

 

 


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