As the lead sponsor of the Citizens for Modern Transit Ten Toe Express program, we have the great opportunity to offer special walks to our members and their guests. Our walks, like Ten Toe Express, incorporate public transit and walking along with opportunity to meet exceptional people while having fun!
Join AARP in St. Louis and Citizens for Modern Transit as we look for ways to improve three MetroLink transit stations in the St. Louis region. Your transit station could be a place to meet up with neighbors and friends for coffee and a snack, a convenient place to grab groceries on your way home, a peaceful garden to read a book in, an active and engaging corridor that connects to your neighborhood. Help us conduct a walk audit at one or all three stations.
A neighborhood isn't made of houses and streets. A neighborhood is people. Across St. Louis, age, disability and a lack of resources can erode communities as houses fall into disrepair and force our neighbors out of the places they call home.
This inaugural event serves to unite women of the St. Louis Metro region who share an interest in cycling. Sessions throughout the day will provide you with information, resources and hands-on experiences to make you a more confident rider — no matter your skill or experience level.
Artists don't retire. They keep on making art. And that's what Celebrating Arts for Senior Engagement, a 10-day festival throughout St. Louis April 28 through May 7 is all about. With a jam-packed schedule of at least 70 arts events spread out among 40-plus venues, Celebrating Arts for Senior Engagement is an event that some are saying they haven't seen the likes of before.
Do you have a penchant for photography? Would you like to use your digital SLR while giving back to the community? If so, we have an opportunity for YOU! St. Louis is hosting its first Women’s Cycling Summit (STL-WCS), April 23, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Concordia Seminary in Clayton, Missouri. The mission of our one day event is to provide a forum that will bring together women of the Metro St. Louis area who share an interest in cycling.
In recognition of Black History Month, AARP in St. Louis is offering a special opportunity for members and their guests. Join us for a free screening of “Selma”, a film that’s a chronicle of Martin Luther King's campaign to secure equal voting rights via an epic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama in 1965.
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