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.
Have you ever wanted to experience the New Year's Eve Ball Drop in style? AARP members and guests can enter for a chance to win tickets to an exclusive New Year's Eve Party in Times Square. Prize includes: overnight hotel accommodations for two, round trip ground transportation from the hotel to the party and two ABC7NY swag bags - sponsored by AARP New York City.
For National Family Caregivers Month, AARP New York reached out to legislators so they could share their caregiving stories and why they believe it’s important to highlight services for caregivers. New York State’s 2.2 million family caregivers provide an estimated 2.1 billion hours of care for older parents, spouses, and other loved ones each year.
Sponsored by AARP New York, Albany Symphony is giving away a pair of mini-subscriptions for 2 guests to attend 3 upcoming shows in the Gift of Music Sweepstakes. The winner can choose the 3 performances they would like to attend.
AARP members and guests are invited to get on board with the latest trend in appetizers - a healthy and festive charcuterie board along with other holiday treats. Connect with AARP New York for informational webinars where we will cover sweet and savory new recipes to add to your holiday gatherings.
Connect with AARP Long Island this year at The Creative Ministries Performing Arts Center for discounts on select performances for in-person live theatrical entertainment! Come by the AARP table in the lobby before, during or after each show and meet AARP volunteers, staff and other members and learn more about what AARP is doing in the local community.
Connect with AARP New York while celebrating National Family Caregivers Month! Family caregivers are the backbone of the long-term care system. Caregivers provide vital services to New Yorkers, from helping with grocery shopping to meal preparation, transportation, and more, ensuring their loved ones can remain living in their own homes and communities for as long as possible. New York State’s 2.2 million family caregivers provide an estimated 2.1 billion hours of care for older parents, spouses, and other loved ones each year. These family caregivers need increased services and resources to support them in their labor of love.