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Imagine gett ing exclusive early access to the biggest Hollywood blockbusters. This privilege isn’t just reserved for the Hollywood elite, but rather a benefit offered to many AARP members around the country.
Movies for Grownups and AARP Massachusetts invite AARP members and guests to a free screening of "Hands of Stone," a new movie starring Edgar Ramirez and Robert DeNiro.
In a brief ceremony today on Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins, author of " Disrupt Aging," officially welcomed Martha's Vineyard to the The AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities, an affiliate of the World Health Organization’s Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities.
AARP Massachusetts and Movies for Grownups invite you to a free screening of a new film starring Academy Award-winner Meryl Streep.
Interested in a community-level volunteer opportunity that can truly make a difference in the life of a child and his or her future? We're looking for people to be paired as volunteer literacy tutors to help children attending school in Boston and Revere improve their reading and literacy skills.
Join AARP TEK (Technology, Education, Knowledge) for community-based, free, hands-on workshops, and learn to get the most out of your tablet devices.
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