Self-improvement comedy show in Kenwood

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Comedian Aidan Park is performing his unique brand of self-improvement comedy at Deerfield Ranch Winery on Jan. 31.

In his humor-based seminar show, Park offers up personal tales from his past of infidelity, death, scandal, heartache, love, friendship and betrayal. Through it all, his goal is to present tools and examples to help the audience guide their own thoughts toward greater joy, success and an overall inspired life.

Park recently completed a book entitled “The Art of (Being) Yay!” and it boasts a foreword by comedian Margaret Cho. The book’s content has manifested into his live show of the same title.

According to officials from the Laugh Cellar comedy club in Santa Rosa, Park has appeared at well-known comedy clubs across the country, has been featured on Comedy Central and Hulu and has acted in many national commercials.

The doors to the Jan. 31 show open at 6 p.m. and the festivities begin at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $20 in advance online at

Deerfield Ranch Winery Wine Cave is located at 10200 Sonoma Hwy in Kenwood.

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