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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.
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Black History Month celebrates the significant impact that Black individuals and communities have had on America's history, culture, and progress. AARP is sponsoring or participating in a number of free events throughout North Carolina during February, listed here in chronological order.
Physical fitness isn’t just for the young or athletic. Thanks to trainers like Elizabeth Moakler, physical fitness can foster a sense of community and transcend geographical boundaries.
“Uplifting” isn’t a word usually associated with death and dying, but AARP’s film presentation last Friday showed how it might be possible. Perhaps the applause and the smiles from the audience said it all: the more you know about modern ways of dying, the more empowered you are to make your own end-of-life journey exactly what you want it to be.
AARP North Carolina Triad Region is a proud sponsor of the 12th Annual John Coltrane International Jazz & Blues Festival on Saturday and Sunday, September 2-3, in High Point, NC. All AARP members are eligible for a 15% discount on tickets. To receive your discount code, please register here: You will receive an email response with the discount code you can use to purchase.
How did the Asheville area become the vibrant, welcoming, and diverse place that we know today? Beginning February 21, AARP in the NC Mountain Region is sponsoring a series of monthly evening lectures, This Is Home: Western North Carolina, Past and Present, to explore the key historical, cultural, and ecological forces that have shaped our region and its people. The series is curated and presented by Swannanoa Valley Museum in Black Mountain, NC.
The AARP Winter Nutrition & Cooking Series is for everyone who wants to place nutrition as a priority this winter. Through these virtual courses, you will learn more about comfort foods and find inspiration for cooking healthier.
Good things happen when volunteers from AARP’s Mountain Region team up with our seven regional YMCAs. In this informative series of in-person talks, knowledgeable speakers will present on topics such as decluttering, brain health, and fraud prevention. (See complete list below.)
In North Carolina, there are over 1.7 million family caregivers, people who care of a loved one at some point of time each year. But who is taking care of the caregiver? It is important for caregivers to be equipped with the knowledge of how to assist loved one with daily living activities, appointments and creating a healthy living environment. But of equal importance is prioritizing your own health and wellbeing.
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