— Wondering how to plan for what’s next in life? Or how to balance the responsibilities of caregiving? Or how to best cope with disabilities? Or perhaps about insurance, Medicare, housing options, safety, estate planning, memory, staying active, getting around and more? Come out and spend and some time at the “i know expo” on Sunday April 2nd from noon to 4:30 pm. At the Lexington Center Bluegrass Ballroom. The expo is a free event for folks of all ages and …

— AARP Kentucky is hosting the inaugural Real Possibilities Faith Award to honor long-serving members of the Louisville faith community.  This is one way to give back to Kentuckians who give so much. We encourage faith groups across the Louisville area to nominate deserving members from their community. Each organization may nominate up to three people. To be eligible, nominees must be at least 50-years-old and have served as an active member of their faith community for five or more years. …

— Bust out your boots and join AARP Kentucky for Kenny Rogers’ farewell performance on Saturday, April 8, in Danville. The Country Music Hall of Fame inductee has endeared himself to music lovers around the world, and the show at Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts will be the last stop on his final world tour, The Gambler’s Last Deal. AARP Kentucky is the exclusive sponsor of this landmark concert, and AARP members can get a 15 percent discount on …

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— Bust out your boots and get to know AARP Kentucky staff, volunteers and other members Saturday, April 8th at Kenny Rogers’ farewell performance at Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts. The Country Music Hall of Fame inductee has endeared himself to music lovers around the world, and this show will be the last stop on his final world tour, “The Gambler’s Last Deal.” Before the show, come by the AARP table to connect with us and learn more about …

— Lexington AARP volunteers’ excitement could be seen on their faces as they greet local members and guests to the historic Lyric Theatre. The film, “Southside with You” was selected as the first in a series of free AARP Movies for Grownups in Lexington. The importance of community involvement and engagement was highlighted at Lexington’s Lyric Theatre during a screening of “Southside with You” part of AARP’s Movies for Grownups. The film, inspired by Barack and Michelle Obama’s first date in 1989, …

— You’re Invited to Our Virtual Viewing Party: Staying Competitive with Work & Jobs! Register and watch our online lessons on your computer or mobile device. As a thank you, everyone who registers will receive a free stainless steel travel mug! Watch the videos – which will teach you how to use Twitter, LinkedIn, Blogs, YouTube and more to stay competitive in the job market.  You can take a short quiz for a chance to win our grand prize – a $250 …

— Looking for a job online with no success? Join AARP Senior Advisor Heather Tinsley-Fix to learn how to build and leverage your personal network—which could be the key to your job search. From professional associations to networking, Heather will help you learn how to make connections that will help you land your next job. Register for this important webinar now!

— The fourth annual iKnow expo in Lexington aims to arm family caregivers with information and resources that can make their lives a little easier. Sponsored by AARP Kentucky, the free event will be Sunday, April 3, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Lexington Center. Attendees can pick up materials and chat with experts about health care, financial planning, housing and community services. The event will also offer entertainment. “It’s going to be a lively, upbeat, engaging event that can …

— Looking for a job? Learn how you can harness the power of social media in your job hunt. Our free webinar, “Leveraging Social Media for Job Searches” will teach you how to find job postings on social media sites, follow companies for the latest hiring updates and more. Register now and watch any time. 

— Today our nation honors the men and women who have fought to keep our nation safe and protect our freedom.  Kentucky is home to more than 330,000 military veterans, and 140,000 of those are over the age of 65+.  Their commitment to duty and nation demonstrate the strength and character of our Kentucky veterans and highlights the debt of gratitude we owe to those who have given us so much. To honor Veteran’s Day and to show our appreciation to our …