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The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Auburn University, or OLLLI at Auburn, will host the screening of “When I’m 65,” an hour-long public television documentary, on Sunday, Aug. 28, at 2 p.m. in the auditorium of the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art.

The trailer for the program, which focuses on saving and investing for retirement, can be viewed online. More information about "When I’m 65" air times in Alabama is available online

Produced by Detroit Public Television, "When I’m 65" tackles the questions that many young and old Americans have about building a nest egg, including: How should I save with my 401(k) or IRA? What if I have to work longer before I can retire? And, what will happen to Social Security?

The public is invited to attend the screening. Following the film, discussion is planned. Refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Bill Hawkins of AARP of Alabama at bhawkins@aarp.org or email OLLI at Auburn at olli@auburn.edu.

For more information about OLLI at Auburn and Fall Term 2016 classes, call Linda Shook, OLLI at Auburn director, at 844-3102, email her at olli@auburn.edu or visit the OLLI website