(English) ¿Has visto el hermoso mural que cobró vida en Little Village para celebrar nuestra comunidad y cultura? La obra de arte, que pintó la artista local Liz Reyes en las paredes del restaurante Nuevo Leon, celebra el Día de los Muertos, así como la importancia de cuidar de nuestros seres queridos, lo cual incluye a nuestros antepasados.
(Español) Have you seen the stunning mural coming to life in Little Village in a BIG Way to celebrate our community and our culture? The painting by local artist Liz Reyes on the walls of Nuevo Leon restaurant celebrates Dia de Muertos and the importance of caring for loved ones, including those who came before us.
Hay cada vez más entusiasmo por el mural Celebrando Comunidad, comisionado por AARP a la artista local Elizabeth Reyes en el vecindario La Villita.”, en Chicago. Acompaña a AARP Chicago en los eventos a continuación.
The excitement builds for the AARP-commissioned mural, Celebrando Comunidad, by local artist Elizabeth Reyes in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood! TODAY, bright and early, workers started to remove the existing paint off the walls of a proud neighborhood establishment, Nuevo Leon Restaurant. This, and a lot of work to come, is in preparation for the greatly-anticipated mural.
Join AARP Illinois For Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for AARP Sponsored Outdoor Fitness Park in Springfield
AARP is opening an exciting new outdoor fitness park at Lincoln Park in coordination with the Springfield Park District. If you live in the Springfield area, come join us for the celebration and ribbon-cutting!
AARP Illinois, Attorney General Kwame Raoul Celebrate New Legislation to Protect Consumers from Price Gouging and Deceptive Practices
Non-profit organization and Attorney General had banded together to mobilize members and constituents to demand for safeguards
In the fight against Alzheimer’s we have different ways to protect brain health and delay dementia. These include regular aerobic exercise, eating a low-inflammatory diet like the Mediterranean or MIND diet, treating conditions that harm the brain such as diabetes and hypertension, staying socially active, achieving higher education, and being a life-long learner.
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