LAS VEGAS, Oct. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- AgeWell continues to be one of Nevada's most popular and largest events geared toward the active 50-plus and young at heart. The Las Vegas-Review Journal's award-winning expo will be held Saturday, Nov. 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa in the Red Rock Ballroom. The sold-out space is reserved for exhibitors and speakers covering various themes and topics including fitness, travel, dating, and financial advice. Fall AgeWell is the second of two annual shows, and similar to Spring AgeWell boasting over 5,000 attendees, and more than 60 vendors with many fun activities.
Aside from open enrollment assistance, exercise demos, seminars, multiple lounges, giveaways, and live entertainment, performers this time around include The Australian Bee Gees, The Bronx Wanderers and Best of Las Vegas 2019 acrobatic troupe known as Celestia. Attendees will have opportunities throughout the day to "Meet the Press" in the RJ Village where Nevada's most decorated journalists such as sports columnist Ed Graney, gaming and tourism columnist Rick Velotta, Entertainment's man-about-town John "Kats" Katsilometes, and Pulitzer-prize winning political editorial cartoonist Michael Ramirez will be on hand to meet and greet the crowd.
AgeWell breakout sessions will showcase renowned speakers Olympian and personal trainer Olga Connolly, Jeremy Weiser: "ABC's of Medicare", and UNLV's Lanny Leroy: "Benefits of Exercise", Lou Ruvo Center's Katurah Hartley: "Healthy Aging and Your Brain" and others. OptumCare, the presenting sponsor, returns for a sixth straight year along with gold sponsors from UMC, Comprehensive Cancer Centers, and Healthcare Partners of Nevada.
All ages are welcome. Admission and parking is free. Shea Homes will sponsor coffee and free pastries while they last. For greater detail, visit agewellexpo.com to view a full list of sponsors, exhibitors, speaker line-ups, entertainment and more.
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SOURCE Las Vegas Review-Journal