The premier magazine for active Minnesotans age 50 and older.

Join us in celebrating the best years of your life — the good age.


Volume 35 / Issue 2

In This Issue


C. Suzanne Bates of Minneapolis co-founded the Aging But Dangerous organization to help women over 50 age with a sense of humor and adventure.


Our state's Jewish history dates back ti the 1850s, when the Mount Zio congregation first formed.


You should add Michigan's beautiful cities and Great Lakes shorelines to your 2016 travel list.


All the regular columns, events and content you look forward to each month.


Minnesota Good Age magazine is the monthly go-to resource for news and information about health care, housing and wellness for ages 50 and older.

For over three decades, Minnesotans over 50 have turned to Minnesota Good Age for coverage of subjects that matter to them most.

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