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Theater -- egdigital
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.
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AARP members, volunteers and staff will be helping out at Sheridan Story on Wednesday, December 6th.  More volunteers are needed, find out more.
It’s that time of year again, Medicare Open Enrollment.  Which means those enrolled in Medicare need to review their coverage for 2018.  From year to year your health needs can change and so can your plan. That’s why it’s important each year to take the time to make sure your Medicare coverage still works for you.
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AARP Minnesota represents over 65,000 people across the state, and we're proud to make a difference in the communities you live in.  We're passionate about helping Minnesotans build a strong financial future, providing care for the caregivers, keeping your savings safe, finding ways for you to save, and more.  We rely on volunteers to help us carry out our mission, and we're always looking for more people to join our efforts.  As a volunteer, you can make an impact in so many ways.  Whether you're passionate about advocating at the Capitol, helping people save money, fighting fraud, being an AARP ambassador, or all of the above, we need you.  Below, take a look at the ways you can get involved with AARP Minnesota.
Theater -- egdigital
It's a great time of year to check out local theater productions.  The Twin Cities performing arts scene is unique, world-class, and great to indulge in--especially on a hot or humid day. This summer, AARP Minnesota is excited to provide AARP members and their guests with discounted tickets to two upcoming shows.
This summer, stay active and engaged with AARP Minnesota.  Join us for a bike ride along the Mississippi or around the Chain of Lakes.  These events are great opportunities to spend some time outdoors, get some exercise, and meet and connect with other AARP members.
This story was originally published on June 6th, 2016.  In anticipation of our upcoming AARP Serves event, which will take place at Bridging on Thursday, May 25th, we encourage you to read about Fran Heitzman and his work.  Please also consider volunteering at the event, which you can learn more about here.
Anytime is a great time to catch a show in the Twin Cities. But with the snow and the cold,
Get some fresh air at the Labatt Blue U.S. Pond Hockey Championships, Jan. 26-29, at Lake Nokomis in Minneapolis. Founded in 2006, the popular event is free and open to the public. ESPN has named it one of the “101 things sports fans must experience before they die.”
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