AARP is now accepting nominations for its 2023 Virginia Andrus Award for Community Service, which honors Virginians age 50-plus who are sharing their experience, talent, and skills to enrich the lives of their community members.
All registered voters may vote absentee by-mail, but you must apply to do so, and a witness signature is required on absentee ballots.
Family, friends, food and fun were in abundance at Sperryfest, the annual Sperryville street festival held in April.
AARP Virginia and Fairfax County’s Silver Shield Task Force to Live Stream 6th Annual Scam Jam
AARP Virginia State President Joyce Williams spoke recently at the 25th Annual Healthy Aging Conference in Williamsburg, where she provided a wide-ranging AARP Update to attendees.
AARP Virginia is teaming up with the Virginia Museum of Transportation to host a special event celebrating Grandparents Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, August 19. The museum is located at 303 Norfolk Avenue SW in Roanoke.
Once a striving, self-sufficient community of former slaves in Prince William County, Batestown today is a proud but bitter memory for its former residents and their descendants.
The Richmond Office of Aging & Disabilities partnered with seventh district City Council Member, Cynthia Newbille, to host a Valentine’s Day luncheon at Main Street Station in Richmond-- For the Love of Seniors. This was the ninth annual senior celebration and resource fair.
“Black Fire,” a documentary film about the music scene in Washington, D.C., that features Richmond native James “Plunky” Branch was shown recently at the Black History Museum and Cultural Center as part of its celebration of Black History Month.
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