• 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, Jan. 4

      "Where Eagles Nest"

    Presented by: Helen Wand

        “Where Eagles Nest: The Second Wave of Pioneers" By Helen Wand. Those who see the marvelous farms and green fields of Multnomah County east of the Sandy River will get a sense of how it began.

       No-host Luncheon follows at 12:00 

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

    Wednesday, Jan. 11

    "Best Outdoor Adventures Near Portland"

    Presented by: Adam Sawyer  

     …The world does not end at the Columbia River Gorge and Adam will shared some of his favorite hiking and photography adventures not-too far-away from home. 

    Wednesday, Jan. 18

    "Friends of the Historical Columbia River Highway"

    Presented by: Jeanette Kloos

      ...How did the highway ever get built and why did they start tearing it down?  Are they going to complete it? Why are no vehicles allowed?

    Wednesday, Jan. 25

    Giga Flood"

    Presented by: Rick Thompson

     ..."Giga Flood" By Rick Thompson. Revealing the monumental effects of the largest of the Lake Missoula Floods.  Learn how long it took to create the Columbia River Gorge.

    Wednesday, Feb. 1

    Humming Birds in Your Back Yard"  

    Presented by: Jim Kronenberg

     ...Hear about the tiger of the sky and the amazing aerobatic flying they do, along with how to feed them correctly.

    Wednesday, Feb. 8

    "The Bonsai Society of Portland "

    Presented by: Lee Cheatle

    ...Are you an artist? if you want to know how to start your own Bonsai this is a presentation you don't want to miss. 

    Wednesday, Feb. 15

    “Big & Awesome Bridges of Portland and Vancouver "

    Presented by: Sharon Wood Wortman

    ...Come hear about the historical and contemporary facts about all 22 Portland and Vancouver area big river bridges, including four railroad bridges.

    Wednesday, Feb. 22
      "Experiences in an American Concentration Camp"

    Presented by: George Nakata

     ...On December 7, George Nakata was a 9 year old American Citizen.  Less than a week later he was an enemy alien.  Why did this happen? What about the Constitutional Laws?  This is an amazing historical story few in America understand or even believed happened. 

    Thursday-Sunday, March 2-12, 2017

    “Winter Main Stage Production - PICNIC"

    Playwright: William Inge

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

    $11.00 admission fee

      $9.00 for seniors (62+)

     $5 for youth/students

      Please purchase ticket ahead: ONLINE at  http://www.clackamas.edu/theatre/

  • Contact our Office of Community Education

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

    Call us: 503-594-0627