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Do you have ideas on how to make Wichita a more livable city?
Movie reel and popcorn
You and a guest are invited to a free screening of  Won't You Be My Neighbor?  The movie will be shown on Thursday, September 27 at 7:00 p.m. at Warren Theatre West in Wichita.
Cup of coffee and coffee beans viewed from directly above
AARP Kansas invites you to connect with us in Wichita at our Coffee Time Tuesdays each month at the Atwater Resource Center.
AARP Kansas announced a winner for the AARP Community Challenge, which aims to create change and improve quality of life at the community level. The winning project is The Wichita Public Library’s launch of three historical walking tours accessible through the PocketSights app. The project was partially funded through the AARP Community Challenge grant and is set to be completed by November 1, 2017.
AARP Kansas is pleased to once again co-sponsor the annual Wichita Pride Family Picnic at O.J. Watson Park in Wichita on Saturday, June 17, 2017 beginning at 11 am.  Bring your family and friends for food and fun. A Wichita Pride 2017 button is required to attend. Buttons cost $5 and may be purchased at the event.
AARP Kansas has opened a new office in Wichita, where members can learn more about AARP and take classes on topics such as financial security and preventing fraud.
Atwater Center ribbon cutting
With a snip of the ribbon, AARP officially became a part of the Atwater Resource Center in Wichita's District 1. On Saturday, March 4, AARP State Director Maren Turner and AARP Volunteer State President Glenda DuBoise joined with Wichita Vice-Mayor LaVonta Williams, City Manager Robert Layton, Atwater Community Representative Kameelah Alexander and members of the Wichita Council of Elders to take part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
There was a packed house at the Botanica Gardens in Wichita in August as area residents gathered to hear about volunteer opportunities that are available through AARP Kansas. While many of those who attended know AARP for its discounts and insurance product endorsements, many didn't realize that AARP recruits volunteers to do a variety of work in communities across the state such as advocacy, community outreach, helping prepare tax returns, and teaching safer driving,  as well as serving on the AARP Executive Council and Diversity Council.
Mark your calendar and join us for a free movie night! The recently released movie, Hello, My Name is Doris, is back in Wichita on Thursday, June 23 for one night only. AARP members and their guests are invited to attend a free AARP Movies for Grownups screening of this 2016 film starring Sally Field. Hello, My Name is Doris is a witty and compassionate late-life coming-of-age-story. After a lifetime of being overlooked and ignored, a woman of a certain age named Doris Miller (Sally Field), finds her world turned upside down by a handsome new co-worker and a self-help seminar that inspires her to take a chance on love. When Doris Miller meets John Fremont (Max Greenfield), her company’s hip new art director, sparks fly—at least for Doris. Learn more about the movie and read the reviews here. The 7 p.m. showing will be held June 23 at: Warren Theatres West, 9150 W 21st St - Wichita, KS 67205. There is no cost to attend but registration is required for you and your guests. RSVP for tickets today by calling 1-844-418-2281 or register online. We hope to see you at the show! For more information, call our state office at 1-866-215-3402.
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