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Exciting things are happening in New York and AARP is proud to be a part of them
SEP 17, 2021
A guide to when, where, and whether to get a COVID-19 vaccine
SEP 17, 2021
AARP: Congress Should Allow Medicare to Negotiate Lower Drug Prices
SEP 16, 2021
AARPNY along with the Dutchess County Pride Center is proud to present: Generations Get Together, an intergenerational event that brings together individuals in the LGBTQ community and allies of all ages for an interactive and meaningful conversation. Join us on October 14 at 6:30pm to explore similarities and differences in the challenges we’ve faced over time.
SEP 15, 2021
AARPNY is proud to bring back our virtual cooking classes with Chef Alexa. We invite AARP members and guests to join us as we learn how to prepare healthy plant-based dishes with natural, minimally processed foods that can meet our daily nutritional needs.
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Today, AARP New York State Director Beth Finkel and Richard Berkley, Executive Director of the Public Utility Law Project (“PULP”), applauded Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature for their agreement to extend the State’s eviction and foreclosure protections in extraordinary session. A joint statement from Finkel and Berkley follows:
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If you find thoughts of wills and estate planning overwhelming, you’re not alone. AARP New York is here to demystify the process with its popular series of workshops on legal paperwork.
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AARP Also Calls for Speed-Up of Federal Relief Funds for Rent, Mortgages and Utility Bills
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AARP New York announced today that Sonia Valentin Fernandez of New York City was named as a runner-up in AARP’s Show Your Love Volunteer Contest. As part of AARP’s Create the Good® program, the competition honors exceptional individuals who have continued their volunteerism and service in the wake of the current coronavirus crisis.
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AARP New York and Herald Community Newspapers present "LIVING 50 PLUS – HEALTH, WEALTH, SELF" a three-part virtual webinar for AARP members and guests in August, September, and October.
Courtesy of: Decade of Fire
AARPNY and Red Nut Films is proud to host a free screening of "Decade of Fire" - a documentary about burning buildings of the South Bronx in the 1970’s when nearly half a million people were displaced as their community was burnt to the ground.  While insidious government policies caused the devastation, Blacks and Puerto Rican residents bore the blame.
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AARP Urges Governor Hochul to Sign Legislation Empowering as Many as 2.5 Million Private Sector Workers to Save Through Payroll Deduction
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AARP New York along with Islip Arts Council is proud to present online master classes in art and music to help you stay creative this Spring! AARP members and guests can receive 20% off the regular admission price for these online workshops. Please visit: and click on “School” to purchase access to the course of your choosing.  Enter Code: APIAC21 at checkout. 
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Adventure, love, drama, comedy, animation, science, history… short films provide it all, and prove that good things can come in small packages.
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