Founded in 1915, Kiwanis has evolved from a "networking" group for business professionals to an internationally recognized service organization devoted to "Serving the Children of the World." But one thing has remained unchanged: Kiwanis is still a great way to make new friends, learn new skills and apply existing talents, all while supporting service projects in our communities and across the globe.

The Kiwanis Club of North Suburban Golden K St. Paul has been an established civic institution of the Northeast Suburbs of St. Paul and Minneapolis since 1982. As a  premiere service club of the St. Paul Suburbs, our club represents an active roster of members serving the local community in numerous ways. From food shelf, to school tutors to fiancial support of local non-profits working with children, our projects focus on the Kiwanis mission of helping children and making our communities a better place to live.

You are welcome to learn more about us on this web site, or, stop by for a visit! Join us, every Tuesday, at 2:00pm (Come early for socializing!), at the Roseville Skating Center's Banquet Facility, 2661 Civic Center Drive., in Roseville, MN. We have weekly programs to develop a well informed membership while providing social and civic opportunities. Come see what we are all about and join a great service club here in the NE Suburbs of the St Paul, MN. area.


Upcoming Meetings and Events:

Date Type Title
02/20/2018 Meeting

Bill Flittie, club member, will discuss the history of foie gras and the controversy surrounding its production. Presenter: Steve Forshay

02/27/2018 Meeting

Cori Ertz, Development Director for the International Institute of MN, will share information about how they help immigrants and refugees achieve self-sufficiency and full participation in American life....

03/06/2018 Meeting

Alan Ware, World Population Balance, will present on current activities and projected world population sustainability challenges. Presenter: Carl Johnson

03/13/2018 Meeting

Courtney Harrness, Executive Director of YMCA Shoreview, will discuss programs and opportunities available including updates on the Montreal Courts program. Presenter: Bruce Robb

03/20/2018 Meeting

Jess Hirsch, sculptor/teacher, will discuss her carving classes which are open to all who identify as woman, or non-binary. Participants learn how to carve a spoon from a fresh cut tree using traditional...

03/27/2018 Meeting

Bill Walsh and Harlan Petersen, will present their bios to the club. Presenter: Howard Rines

"Golden Kayer Meeting Facility" Folder