AARP members and guests receive a 30% discount for the show by purchasing tickets online, using discount code SJ54M601 or by telephone by calling 212-239-6200.
AARP New York invites members and guests to the screening of Angel in the City, at the New York Latino Film Festival on August 25th
Welcome to our voters’ guide for the 2017 New York City mayoral race. Joining us to give their views on issues of interest to voters 50-plus are Sal Albanese, the Reform candidate, Mayor Bill de Blasio, the Democratic candidate, Bo Dietl, Independent candidate and Nicole Malliotakis, the Republican candidate.
AARP joined Broadway stars Lin-Manuel Miranda and John Leguizamo at Viva Broadway, a free outdoor celebration kicking off Hispanic Heritage Month and sponsored by AARP New York. The program, held in Duffy Square, included appearances and performances from current and past Broadway stars including Ana Villafañe (On Your Feet!), Rodney Ingram (The Phantom of the Opera), Emma Pfaeffle (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) and Mandy Gonzalez (Hamilton). The event coincides with Broadway Week, the semi-annual promotion that offers two-for-one tickets to participating Broadway shows.
AARP knows that no one has everything figured out, and that is totally okay. Even if you know what you want to pursue, it can be difficult to figure out how to actually follow through. That’s why we’re introducing Life Reimagined Checkups, FREE two-hour sessions where we provide valuable tools to help you start the next chapter of your life. We give you access to insightful books, online activities and programs, lectures, and workshops that will help you gain the confidence and direction you need to move forward.
Starting Wednesday, August 13, 2014, at 10:30 am, through Monday, August 18, 2014, AARP members* can purchase 2-for-1 Broadway tickets during a pre-sale offer period. This offer is available to AARP members five days before the offer is made available to the general public.
It is a Monday afternoon, and my telephone rings. It is a woman, Mary, who wants to know more about SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program). She takes care of her sister, Rose, who has dementia and is having trouble making ends meet. She has heard about AARP’s SNAP application service and wants to know if she is eligible. I ask her a couple of short questions, and am able to tell her that based on the information she has given me, she is likely eligible. I hear a sigh of relief, and after a thank you, she confirms that she will come to the appointment.
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