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Successful Aging Expo set for Oct. 3

The Las Vegas Review-Journal will host the Successful Aging Expo, a free one-day event reaching Southern Nevada residents age 50 and older and featuring more than 120 exhibitors focusing on healthy living, pain management, financial planning, Medicare, travel and more.

Following the popular premiere of its first expo in January, the Las Vegas Review-Journal is hosting the Successful Aging Expo at Cashman Center on Oct. 3. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Admission and parking are free, and shuttles will run from the parking lot to the main entrance throughout the day.

Those attending are invited to attend 30- to 45-minute seminars from 30 local experts on topics such as financial planning, brain health, maximizing Social Security, Medicare, travel and dating after 60.

There will be live entertainment by the Australian Bee Gees, Neil Diamond impersonator Rob Garrett and Elvis impersonator Steve Connolly. People will also be able to visit the RJ Village on the showroom floor to meet RJ columnists.

There also will be the opportunity to win prizes, including a walk-in shower from Regency Home Improvement, show tickets and $50 gas cards from Findlay Lincoln, as well as learn about services, products and businesses that cater to people older than 50.

Participating sponsors and exhibitors include medical services and testing, financial and retirement planners, health and wellness facilitators, aging-in-place services, hearing and vision services, surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic enhancement, home care and assisted living services.

To learn more about the event, call 702-380-4554 or visit www.successfulaginglv.com.


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