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Event to Inform, Educate and Entertain Seniors

Every year, the Colorado Gerontological Society presents an expo for seniors and their families at the Colorado Convention Center, previously known as the Salute to Seniors.  For the 30th anniversary of the expo, the theme is “Salute to Wild West”.  The event is Saturday, March 2,  9 am to 3:30 pm. Admission is free and  free parking is available.

About 2,000 people usually attend the annual event for its resources, exhibits, activities and entertainment.

Headline entertainment is The Glen Campbell Show brought to you by Jimmy Mazz, and he’ll treat the audience to favorites like Rhinestone Cowboy, Gentle On My Mind, By The Time I Get to Phoenix, Southern Nights, and Wichita Lineman.

There will be a wide array of experts with resources about finances, health, legal services, and more.  If you are facing difficult questions as you enter retirement or are already retired, want to age in place, or just need an expert’s advice about your plans for the future or for the future of loved ones, visit this senior expo on March 2. Pick up free guides, resource lists and planning tools.

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