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Now you can attend world-renowned Seattle Symphony concerts performing programs such as Masterworks, UnTuxed, Seattle Pops, Baroque & Wine, and National Geographic Live at the magnificent Benaroya Hall through a special program for AARP members. Selected premium events will include the opportunity to mingle, sip wine, meet new people and discuss music before the event, plus attend Pre-Concert Lectures and Ask the Artist Q&A sessions.
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Bust out your boots and get to know AARP Kentucky staff, volunteers and other members Saturday, April 8 th at Kenny Rogers’ farewell performance at Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts. The Country Music Hall of Fame inductee has endeared himself to music lovers around the world, and this show will be the last stop on his final world tour, “The Gambler’s Last Deal.” Before the show, come by the AARP table to connect with us and learn more about what we’re doing for Kentuckians 50+.
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Are you open to keeping your mind active and alert? Are you ready for a “mind adventure” and a little personal enrichment or career advancement?
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Don’t miss seeing dazzling costumes, jewelry, and film stills from the British hit drama Downton Abbey®.
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Interested in starting your own business in Arkansas? The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center (ASBTC) is sponsoring a seminar in April on this topic, with options to attend events in Russellville, Hot Springs, Searcy, Little Rock, Hope and Jonesboro.  AARP members and veterans  attend FREE!
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On February 11, 2014, AARP will sponsor the 50 th Anniversary celebration of the first-ever Beatles concert in North America. The Beatles Yesterday & Today event will feature a tribute concert with Beatles impersonators in the same venue as the original event, the Uline Arena, which is located in Northeast Washington D.C.  Singer Tommy Roe will recreate his opening set from the February 11, 1964 concert at this upcoming event as part of the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles invasion of America. There also will be an exhibition of images from the original concert, shot by photographer Mike Mitchell, who was an 18-year old freelancer at the time. AARP members will receive 15% off their ticket price – enter the promo code “AARP” at checkout. Proceeds from the event will benefit the D.C. Preservation League , which has rehabilitated the Uline Arena for this historic event. For tickets and more information, visit http://beatlesyesterdayandtoday.com/ (Photo credit: Mike Mitchell)
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The Minnesota Timberwolves have added two special AARP Days to their 2014 schedule.   During these two dates AARP members can receive tickets at a discounted price.
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