— Join AARP Twin Cities for a special screening of Back to the Future. See this time travelling classic in a way you never have before, outdoors under the stars! Sit in the stands or bring a blanket and watch from the outfield. Concession stands open for refreshments. No chairs allowed. The movie is free of charge and open to the public.  Sign up today! Wednesday, August 1, 2018  CHS Field, 360 Broadway, St. Paul Gates open at 5:30 p.m. | Movie …

— Join AARP at the 2018 Twin Cities Jazz Festival, Thursday through Saturday, June 21-23. The free festival will feature more than a dozen acts in parks and clubs across St. Paul. Once again, AARP Minnesota will host the main stage at Mears Park. Stop by the table to pick up information about other events in the Twin Cities, as well as AARP-themed Mardi Gras beads. For concert times and venues, visit twincitiesjazzfestival.com.

— It’s time to stretch your legs and feel the sun on your skin. AARP is gearing up for the spring and summer by offering active outdoor events. Outdoor events include beautiful hikes, exploratory bike rides, and fun canoe trips. If you like to stay landlocked, join AARP on our Trail Trekker hikes or our Destination Rides. If you like to stay cool during Minnesota’s hot summer days, our two Voyager Canoe Trips are perfect for you and a friend. GROUP …

— Spring is here (even though it’s hard to tell) and it’s time to get going.  AARP Minnesota is excited to provide AARP and their guest’s discounts for many upcoming events.  So throw on the rain boots and windbreakers and get out to see one of these Twin Cities performances.   Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner   Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis See the award winning movie screenplay written by William Rose. AARP members and their guests will receive 50%-discount off regular-priced tickets to …

— Want to do something good and be rewarded with a beer on us? AARP is partnering with local food shelves and local breweries to make a difference. For the price of a food donation AARP will buy you a beer and set you up with a brewery tour. AARP MN Volunteers will be on-hand to engage with you and thank you for coming out, answer any questions you may have about AARP in the Twin Cities and the work we …

— Select AARP members are invited to a free screening of MOLLY’S GAME starring Jessica Chastain, Idris Elba and Kevin Costner on Monday April 16th. Written and directed by AARP Movies for Grownups Award-Winner Aaron Sorkin! The true story of Molly Bloom (Jessica Chastain), who ran the world’s most exclusive high-stakes underground poker game before being arrested by 17 FBI agents wielding automatic weapons. Her players included Hollywood royalty, sports stars, business titans and, inadvertently, the Russian mob. Facing criminal charges, …

— There’s just so much to love about riding a bike. Enjoy fresh air, sunshine and your community while building health. Discover these Real Possibilities with AARP and enter today for your chance to win a valuable prize. Today we’re introducing the Bike La Crosse Sweepstakes. The package for the sweepstakes prize includes one bike in the size and style chosen by the prize recipient, a bicycle accessory package that includes a helmet, lock, water bottle/installed water bottle cage and choice of bike seat, …

— AARP staff and volunteer leaders are looking to connect with members in Southwest Minnesota.  Stop by the Daily Grind in Marshall, MN on Friday, March 23rd for a free cup of coffee, find out more about what AARP is up to, let us know more about what matters most to you and learn how you can get involved.   Free Coffee Friday 8:00 – 9:30 a.m. Friday, March 23, 2018   Daily Grind 316 W. Main St. Marshall, Minnesota 56258 …

— It’s no secret that Minnesota’s population is aging rapidly and our workforce is declining in size, with potentially seismic impacts on business, industry, and the state’s overall economic health. Given these realities, how can we keep older workers engaged and productive in the workforce, contributing vital skills to help Minnesota thrive in this changing landscape? What are the conversations that need to happen – between employers and employees, and across rural and urban communities – to tackle this growing challenge? …

— By Mary Van Beusekom When attorney Julie Wingert, of Eden Prairie, left a full-time job at 56, she found it was not easy to reenter the workforce. With 20 years of experience, she was told repeatedly by firms that she wasn’t suited for their full-time positions. “I would get responses like ‘You have so much experience. You probably wouldn’t be happy here,’” she said. Wingert, now 59, took legal temp jobs while she searched for a full-time position. “I was …