— Spend a morning with us on some of the best trails in the region on a guided bike ride.  We will explore different areas in the St. Louis region that will provide you with new trails you can explore further on your own. We will even have some cycling goodies for all who participate.       Here are the rides! May 14                 Route 66 State Park June 24       …

— In 20 minutes, you’ll learn what digital skills you need to improve to compete in today’s workforce.     Workers 50+ are reinventing their careers. That’s why we created the AARP Work & Jobs Digital Skills Inventory. This free online tool will help you identify the digital skills you need to find a new job or excel in the one you already have. Try it now. www.aarp.org/skillsinventory You might discover that you know more than you think. Whether you’re fine-tuning your Microsoft …

— Making Your Mess Your Message Featuring Dan Gasby with Sherri Snelling February 27, 2017 Special Evening Time 6 p.m. CT Register for our webinar and you could win a copy of the inspiring book “Before I Forget:  Love, Hope, Help & Acceptance in our Fight against Alzheimer’s” by B. Smith and Dan Gasby.* The reality of becoming a family caregiver seen through the eye’s of B. Smith’s husband Lifestyle guru B. Smith and Dan Gasby had it all. They were partners in …

— Free Webinar: Demystifying Medical Apps & Wearable Health Devices Featuring Leslie Saxon, M.D. January 30, 2017 1 p.m. CT Register for this webinar for a chance to win a $500 gift card* With more than 165,000 medical health apps and 12,000 wearable health-tracking devices on the market, how can you tell which ones are best for you? Join Dr. Leslie Saxon as she shares what to look for in a trustworthy medical app and how to maximize your health through wearable …

— Want to switch up your dinner routine? Each month, AARP and Hy-Vee host a hands-on cooking class just for you!  Are you looking to learn new cooking techniques and enjoy your creations? The monthly What’s Cookin’ with AARP classes at Hy-Vee are in full swing! These hands-on sessions are designed with you in mind. Bring your own experience in the kitchen to the table while you discover new recipes and healthy alternatives for your favorite traditional dishes. The classes are …

— Are you looking for a part-time job? AARP can connect you with employers who are looking for workers aged 50+. Register today for our free Online Career Fair: Spotlight on Part-Time Work, Thursday, January 26th. It’s a live, online event starting at 10 a.m. CT where you can upload a résumé, chat with hiring employers, and get tips to help you find a part-time job! You’ll have access to interactive webinar hosted by hiring employers and be able to play online games that …

—   When you hear the word symphony, you may only think classical music. But February 17th at 7:30PM, the St. Louis Symphony offers a special night celebrating African-American culture and traditions that have influenced the history of St. Louis, as well as cities around the world. Lift Every Voice will be an experience you won’t want to miss! The St. Louis Symphony represents one of the top five orchestras in the United States winning seven Grammy Awards. So prepare to …

— Looking for an easy way to have better health in the New Year? Then forget about taking drastic action and making massive changes. Having had your fill of holiday sweets may curb temptation for them now, but don’t give into the temptation of strict diets and massive exercise. Extremes will not deliver the better health that you are looking for. Instead, focus on baby steps to better health. Small actions add up over time. If you make small changes that …

— AARP in St. Louis is proud to present our first mini-film festival celebrating Black History Month! February 24th and 25th, AARP will present 3 films for members and their guests at the Galleria 6 Cinemas at the Galleria Mall in Richmond Heights.  These films celebrate the African American culture and the achievements of a small group of African American actors.  There’s even a film just for the young ones in our lives.  See list below of what films we’ll be …

— AARP Missouri successfully blocked a bill in 2016 that would have made consumers bear the risk of weather-related changes in utility costs. AARP members flooded their elected officials’ email inboxes and phone lines with messages opposing the legislation. Thanks to their efforts, and several state senators from both parties, the measure was defeated. But the big utilities will be back in 2017, pushing more aggressively for the same legislation. On another track, the state’s two largest utilities, Ameren and KCP&L, …