Connect with AARP Wisconsin staff, volunteers and other members for special discounted matinee performances of “CHICAGO – The Musical” at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, 929 North Water St., Milwaukee.
Statistically speaking, one in five women and one in ten men will get Alzheimer’s in their lifetime; however, certain individuals have a higher genetic risk. Your lifetime risk for Alzheimer’s disease can be as low as 5%, but as high as 70%, depending on your APOE genotype.
The programs at this year's Chicago International Children's Film Festival will empower and spark the imagination of the next generation of film lovers. As the first Oscar-qualifying children's film festival in the world, the festival represents a rare opportunity for Chicagoans to see top award-winning films before anyone else, and the chance to see some of the best new films from around the world as they should be seen: on the big screen.
AARP Members and their guests are invited to the Pre-Broadway World Premiere of “Gotta Dance," a joyous and inspiring star-studded musical featuring Stefanie Powers, André De Shields, Georgia Engel and Lillias White.
Serie McDougal, Jr., went missing from his South Shore home on May 25, 2015. Mr. McDougal suffers from Alzheimer's disease and his family has been working diligently to locate him and bring him back home. Fliers have been distributed in his neighborhood and surrounding communities, emails have been sent, a Facebook page created, and prayer vigils held. McDougal’s family have contacted the local police, media outlets, the Alzheimer’s Association, Alderman Leslie Hairston, and Senator Kwame Raoul in efforts to find their missing family member.
AARP Illinois and Broadway in Chicago have teamed together to provide members with exclusive discounts to select dates for the new to Broadway musical, ON YOUR FEET!
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