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Upcoming Programs
 AARP Chapter 2700         North Austin
MARCH 19, 2019

Kirk Walden will share tips on container gardening. There are many plants that can be grown in containers indoors or on patios. He will share tips on what flowers, herbs and
other plants grow best in containers and also why
gardening is good for the mind and the body.

April 16, 2019

Steven Frantz with The Importance of Little Things.  He started started the nonprofit organization in 2015 to provide an activity or object to fulfill the wish of someone in hospice or dealing with a life-threatening disease. A loved one or professional caregiver can apply for a $150 grant to fulfill the wish. 

May 21, 2019

Blue Bell Creameries Daryl Schulte, the District Manager, will present a program about ice cream and bring samples.

June 18, 2019

Downsizing – Having to downsize in place or move can be a very disturbing experience. Kim Stanley will talk about and offer suggestions to make downsizing decisions easier.

July 16, 2019

Brian Manley, Austin Police Chief, will talk about things his department is doing to inform and help seniors live a safer lifestyle,.

August 20, 2019

Tim Morstand of Texas AARP will share topics and actions the Texas and National AARP is working on during this current legislative session.

September 17, 2019

Michael Barnes, writer on staff of the Austin American Statesman, will present a program about Austin.

October 15, 2019

November 19, 2019

350 Austin is a local, grassroots organization committed to influence the direction of climate change action.

December 17, 2019