AARP Michigan February Online And Virtual Events Announced

Lansing, MI -- Every month, AARP offers quality programs and events that are free and open to the public, both online and in person. Check out what's happening in February and be sure to register using the provided link.

To see a full menu of all upcoming events, visit aarpmi.org/events.

  • Learn a Latte: Stay on Your Feet – Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls
    An older adult (age 65+) suffers a fall in the U.S. every second of every day, making falls the leading cause of injury in this age group. That risk only increases with age, but falls are preventable and do not have to be an inevitable part of aging. Join us to learn common causes of slips and falls, and most importantly, easy ways to prevent them.
  • Community Resources for Parkinson’s Disease
    Join us to learn more about this disease and its increasing prevalence around the globe. The Michigan Parkinson Foundation will present an overview of how they support the Parkinson's community through four major pillars: Socialization, Exercise, Respite Care and Education.
  • Learn a Latte: Family Matters – Getting Started with Estate Planning
    Do you want to make your own life decisions about your finances and assets, or do you want the Court to do it for you should the time come when you are no longer able? Learn why estate planning is critical to your future and your family's.
    The African American Influence in American Quilts
    Join us for this unique opportunity to learn about the history and heritage of African American quilting, as well as techniques and styles used to design quilts influenced by African American traditions and textiles.
  • Rhythms of Life
    Experience the beat! Percussionist Kevin “Bujo” Jones will lead us in a virtual and interactive rhythm circle featuring percussion, rhythms and the benefits of music. Join us! No experience needed.
  • AARP Disrupt Aging Book Club
    Join the Disrupt Aging Book Club in 2023 as we discuss the lighter side of life and topics related to aging. Come for the great conversation and book selections and leave with new friends and experiences. The February book is The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict and Victoria C. Murray.
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