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Greetings from Lori Parham, AARP Maine State Director
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AARP is a proud sponsor of this year's Summer Stage Concert series. Stop by our booth at the concerts below and learn more about what we are doing in YOUR community. You definitely do not want to miss them!
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Remember the good old days of fun at summer camp as a kid. Well, AARP Wisconsin and YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee are turning back the clock for anyone age 50-plus to join them for a day camp experience they won’t soon forget.
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It’s summertime in New York, which means the weather is warm and the sun is out! With this being said, it is important to keep in mind that older adults are more likely to suffer from a heat stroke or heat exhaustion. We have a hot summer ahead of us so here are 5 ways to stay cool so you can enjoy the season!
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Music to our ears!
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From job, health, and financial workshops, to community activities and fun events, there are many ways to connect with AARP in your community this summer. Here are few highlights:
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While the Summer of Love is known as a West Coast event, there were plenty of artists and hippies having similar celebrations right here in New York. The East Village became a haven for young adults fleeing the confines of their straight-and-narrow parents, while SoHo gave rise to a generation of artists and free-thinkers that thrived on the love and music that filled the neighborhood.
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Celebra el verano con AARP en Los Ángeles.
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With temperatures already into the 80s by mid-morning, we know we’re in for another hot one. Heat at this level is more than sweaty clothes and sticky streets, though – it can be hazardous to your health.
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Music to our ears!  Summer in Manchester would not be the same without the TD Bank Summer Concert Series. These free, outdoor concerts are centered on family-friendly music and activities for people of all ages.
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