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The AARP Bulletin

Minnesota’s primary election is Tuesday, Aug. 13, and voters should be aware of recent changes to voting processes. Among them:
If people need an extra incentive to take a walk, chatting with a doctor might be the solution.
AARP is urging lawmakers to create a restitution fund that would help compensate Minnesotans who lose money to fraud schemes.
People living with early dementia, their caregivers, health care professionals and others are invited to learn about paths to emotional wellness and the latest medical developments at the Mayo Clinic 2023 Conference on Brain Health and Dementia on Saturday, Nov. 4.
Age-Friendly Minnesota, a statewide collaborative focused on making communities more inclusive and accessible to older adults, hosed its inaugural three-day conference on Wednesday, Sept. 27.
Explore new places and enjoy the outdoors with guided bike rides this fall.
AARP Minnesota is sponsoring a space that will celebrate older members of the LGBTQ+ community at the annual Twin Cities Pride Festival. The festival is the weekend of June 23–25, at Loring Park, 1382 Willow St., in Minneapolis.
Learning about healthy living doesn’t have to feel like homework.
Enjoy live outdoor music at the 25th anniversary Twin Cities Jazz Festival in St. Paul on June 23 and 24 (Friday and Saturday).
After three-plus years of hosting virtual events amid the COVID-19 pandemic, AARP Minnesota is reestablishing some of its in-person gatherings—including its popular series at breweries.
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