• Seasoned Adult Enrichment Program

    Creating Opportunities for Senior Joyful Learning

    SAEP at CCC THUMBThe Seasoned Adult Enrichment Program (SAEP) is a member-led club that provides educational experiences to "seasoned adults" in Clackamas County.  Members are invited to, but not required, participate in all aspects of the program including program planning, discussion leading, and providing refreshments.  Join us for one, two or all of our sessions this term!

    Most SAEP meetings are Wednesday mornings at 9:30 at CCC's Harmony Campus, 7726 SE Harmony Rd.


    • Attend a single session for $3
    • Attend all 7 sessions within a term for $15
    • Attend all year for $30

    For more information or to join our mailing list, please call 503-594-0620

  • Wednesday, April 6

      "Exercise on the Water"

    Presented by: Juanita Chambers
       …come hear tales of Dragon Boat racing and learn the difference between 'rowing' & 'paddling'

        No-host Luncheon follows at 12:00 

    ...come for a good time with your fellow students!

    Wednesday, April 13

    "Drug Interactions"

    Presented by: Jordan Stanton, RN, BC, CCRN

    …critical care nurse, Jordan Stanton, will help us understand how food-drug interactions can prevent both over-the-counter & prescription medications from working the way they should.

    Wednesday, April 20

    "What Every Senior Should Know"

    Presented by: Riley M. Makin, Attorney at Law

    ...learn how estate planning protects your legacy and allows it to be passed in the manner you determine. Find out what to do so you can clearly establish your final wishes and prevent family conflicts from arising.                       

    Wednesday, April 27

    "Field Trip to OMSI"

    ...Come along on a visit to Oregon Museum of Science & Industry and see their new, ever- changing exhibits! Cost $7 per person with advanced reservation.

    Wednesday, May 4

      “Oregon’s Main Street, Highway 99” 

    Presented by: Jo-Brew  & Pat Edwards  

    Authors Jo-Brew and Pat Edwards will talk about the “Folk History” & “The Stories” of Oregon’s main street, Highway 99
    Wednesday, May 11

    "It Happened at the Falls "

    Presented by: Alice Norris

    ...Former Oregon City Mayor, Alice Norris, will share progress around Willamette Falls: Oregon's First State Heritage Area, National Heritage Area designation, and new nonprofit "Rediscover the Falls."

    Wednesday, May 18

    “Road Scholar "

    Presented by: Carolyn Rundorff

    ... As a long-time resident of Portland, Carolyn Rundorff is a retired school librarian who loves to share the stories and culture of the Pacific Northwest with others.  When she's not volunteering for local organizations, she accompanies tourists on learning adventures in the Portland area.  After traveling with 22 Road Scholar programs that have taken her to New York, Chicago, San Diego and other places in the U.S. she has gone abroad on an African Safari, a barge in France & recently to Cuba

    Sunday, May 29

    “Schemes of Scapino”

     Playwright - Moliere

    ... the leading character, Scapino, devises a complex plot to help two pairs of lovers against parental opposition that, it turns out, does not exist. Scapino is a rapscallion, a fast-talking, quick-thinking scamp who cleverly manipulates and cajoles everyone into doing what Scapino intends them to do.

    Director - James Eikrem

    Osterman Theatre
    in the Niemeyer Center
    Clackamas Community College
    Oregon City Campus
    19600 Molalla Ave
    Oregon City, 97045

    2:30 p.m. Curtain
    $10.00 admission fee
    $8.00 for seniors (62+)
    $6.00 students

    Please purchase ticket ahead: ONLINE at www.theatreCCC.org

  • Contact our Office of Community Education

    Harmony Campus - 7738 S.E. Harmony Road, Milwaukie, Oregon 97222

    Call us: 503-594-0627