Find free events online or right around the corner. The sooner you join the fun, the more connections you'll make. From sharing practical resources to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build stronger communities for all ages to live, work and play.
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, will host its inaugural three-day conference starting Wednesday, Sept. 27.
The generation gap is often used to define and separate people, but it holds the power to strengthen communities and teach across generational lines. Join AARP Minnesota and Pollen for an opportunity to connect with people from each decade – from 20s to 90s – to discuss different perspectives on financial security and wealth disparities.
Keep AARP in mind when you’re planning programs for community groups or organizations. Our presentations and workshops provide useful tools and actionable information to help Minnesotans 50-plus live their best lives. The presentations are typically 30 to 60 minutes and can be tailored to meet your needs. Please note that AARP MN requests at least 15 attendees for a presentation.
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.