Alaska, Pain Management and Permaculture on Seasoned Adult Agenda

Article by: Janet Paulson

Alaska, Pain Management and Permaculture on Seasoned Adult Agenda

OREGON CITY - The Seasoned Adult Enrichment Program (SAEP) presents weekly programs for seniors and retirees at Clackamas Community College's Harmony Campus. The program provides seniors in the county with an educational experience designed and administered by "seasoned adults" in the community.

All classes are held Wednesdays at CCC's Harmony Road campus in room 191 unless otherwise indicated. All sessions begin at 9:30 a.m. This winter's SAEP schedule follows:

  • Jan. 22: "X-Rays, Helicopters & Medical Appointments, Oh My!" Nick Schaeffer of Precision Castparts talks about his experience using specialized X-ray equipment to scan both helicopters and medical implants for design flaws.
  • Jan. 29: "Adventures in Alaska." Debbie Baker Antcliffe, John Antcliffe, and Jim and Madeline Roberts share their adventures in Alaska.
  • Feb. 5: "Permaculture Techniques." Lichen June shares a film about permaculture and leads a discussion of this alternative farming technique.
  • Feb. 12: "Field Trip to Pacific Hazelnut Farms and Candy Factory." Pacific Hazelnut Farms in Aurora produces an assortment of nutritional hazelnut products. Participants will travel by van to Aurora.
  • Feb. 19: "Pain Management Tools & Tips." Clinical geropsychologist Dr. Martha Green discusses her work in pain management.
  • Feb. 26: "A Musical History of Clackamas County." Jerry Hermann & the New History Minstrels barbershop quartet add a new dimension to their genre of music by teaching about the history of Clackamas County.
  • March 2 and 9: "CCC Theatre Production: Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom."    Enjoy a Sunday matinee performance of "Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom" by Samuel French. Begins at 2:30 p.m. in the Niemeyer Center's Osterman Theatre at CCC. Purchase tickets online at www.TheatreCCC.org .

 

For more information about SAEP, please call 503-594-0620.

Contact the Public Affairs Office

Oregon City - 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045

Email us: publicaffairs@clackamas.edu

Call us: 503-594-6000

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