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JAN 1, 2021
AARP Vermont, together with Local Motion, a nonprofit that supports safe biking and walking, is holding two online winter biking sessions in early 2021 to encourage alternatives to car travel. The sessions will be held on Wednesdays, Jan. 27 and Feb. 10. 
DEC 17, 2020
AARP Vermont is offering a host of entertaining, educational and engaging virtual events 2021. Read here to see what's offered...and register!
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Are you a regular biker, an occasional rider or thinking about breaking out the old two-wheeler? In a recent survey released by AARP, older cyclists reflect on their bicycling preferences and experiences and reveal trends among the 50+ population. Many consider cycling to be a staple of their lives and can't envision ever not being able to ride a bike
Here's all the scoop on how to vote in VT this year,,,and stay safe!
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Officials have made it easier and safer for people to vote during the pandemic
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Communities across Vermont are working each and every day to become more livable for residents of all ages.
Livable Communities
AARP Vermont has selected seven small organizations with big plans to receive Community Action Grants in support of their efforts to make their communities more livable as they respond to the many impacts of COVID-19. This year’s awards totaling some $10,000 are focused on a wide range of projects to enhance the community and promote livability. The initiative is part of an AARP Vermont program aimed at preparing Vermont cities and towns for the rapidly aging demographic shift that recognize the assets and opportunities in the areas of housing, mobility and community engagement.
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AARP Makes Long-term Investment in Burlington’s Healthwith New Fitness Park AARP Vermont and the City of Burlington opened an AARP Sponsored Outdoor Fitness Park in Burlington’s New North End in July as a long-term investment in the health of residents.
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Join AARP members and others for a discussion of the new composting regs and community gardening as it happens down at the Burlington Intervale. Presenters Ron Krupp and Fred Schmidt garden together at the Tommy Thompson Community Garden located in the Intervale. Both are lifelong gardeners: Ron's written several books on gardening and will be glad to share and answer questions. Fred began serious gardening in 1963 as a Peace Corps volunteer teaching agricultural diversification on a rubber plantation in Malaysia. They have volunteer as garden site coordinators at the Intervale for many years.
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Two photographers realize they are victims of an impostor scam targeting industry professionals
Beware of callers pretending to be contact tracing
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