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AARP New York is showing up in a big way for this year’s Pride March, and it needs LGBTQ+ people and allies to join the celebration.
Baseball season is in full swing, and AARP New York wants to see you at the ballpark.
AARPNY presents the Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC) “ NYCB On and Off Stage Sweepstakes.” Enter for a chance to win 4 tickets to a VIP experience on opening night (July 18) of the New York City Ballet residency.
AARP New York along with Rochester Lifestyle Medicine Institute is proud to present: Boosting Brain Health Naturally - a six series virtual event for AARP members and guests.
AARP Long Island is thrilled to collaborate with The Madison Theatre, 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!
AARP Long Island is thrilled to collaborate with The Gateway Playhouse, 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!
AARP members and guests are invited to connect with us at the ballpark - with a 15% discount on tickets to games on July 16 and July 23.
AARP New York proudly celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month as we celebrate the contributions of the AAPI community to the fabric of New York and beyond. During this month, we reached out to our New York elected officials from around the state to share their stories about why AAPI representation is important, how they celebrate AAPI Heritage Month, and what New Yorkers age 50-plus can do to get involved in local and state public policy.
There’s no better place to celebrate Pride Month than in New York City, the epicenter of the Gay Rights movement.
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