AARP Hawaii invites members to a free June screening of The Wind & the Reckoning, which dramatizes the tragic saga of leprosy (Hansen’s disease) in Hawaii, and the banishment of infected islanders to a remote corner of Molokai.
Financial security is part of aging well. AARP Hawaii can help.
When lawmakers return to the state Legislature in January, AARP Hawaii plans to push for more affordable housing options and increased access to long-term care.
Roughly 173,000 workers in Hawaii will be eligible for a retirement savings program pushed by AARP and signed by Gov. David Ige.
AARP Hawaii is seeking volunteers to bolster outreach and advocacy for the state’s older residents, who face high prescription drug prices and other pressures.
Primary election day in the state is Saturday, Aug. 13, and most voters will again be casting their ballots by mail.
Natural disasters are a part of life on the islands: Tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, floods and earthquakes can come at any time, and hurricanes may hit outside the traditional season.
Get tips on arranging the retirement you want with AARP Hawaii’s free webinar series Think of Your Future. The online sessions are 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Saturdays in March and on April 2.
For November’s National Family Caregivers Month, AARP Hawaii is raising awareness of caregivers’ work by sponsoring a new art exhibition at The ARTS at Marks Garage, “Art of Caring.” It will be open to the public from Nov. 5 to 27.
When Honolulu residents dine out they can now enjoy some colorful new parklets—parking spots turned into decks with seating for outdoor diners—in the Kaimuki neighborhood.
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