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AARP Virginia shines a spotlight on the Virginia Holocaust Museum, which is focused on recording and sharing the stories of survivors and liberators who settled in Virginia after World War II.
AARP Virginia explores the Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site in Richmond, where Walker, a trail-blazing African American businesswoman and civil rights leader, lived from 1905 until her death in 1934.
AARP Virginia and the Local Office on Aging in Roanoke join forces to combat hunger and serve older adults.
Over 500 people were in attendance for the 2023 Walk to End Alzheimer's® event in Williamsburg on Saturday, October 28. Participants gathered at the New Town Gazebo (5150 Main Street) ready to advance the fight to end Alzheimer's disease.
Sex is for young people. Who needs sex at our age? No one needs to see my cellulite. If these statements sound familiar to you, the AARP Virginia webinar “Sex at 50 and Beyond: Sexual Health and Wellness” is for you.
AARP Virginia has hosted several Scam Jams and Shred Fests in the Northern Virginia area recently. On Oct. 11, the event that shines a light on fraud and scams was held in Woodbridge at the Harbour Grille. Immediately following the half-day event, attendees could shred their documents outside at a shred truck.
It’s a dark, cold stormy night and the lights just went out. Suddenly there is a thump in the hallway…did you hear that? Thus begins the telling of the ghost stories 230 years in the making at Gadby’s Tavern Museum in Alexandria, Va.
AARP Virginia is hosting a free online series focused on improving sexual health for those 50-plus. The sessions will be held Oct. 10, 17 and 24 (all Tuesdays) from
AARP Virginia is proud to host Mercy Chefs throughout September to present the “Dinner in a SNAP” program in support of Hunger Action Month, a month dedicated to increasing national awareness of hunger across America.
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