Seasoned Adult Enrichment Program

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

Most meetings are Wednesday mornings at 9:30 a.m. at CCC's Harmony Campus, 7726 SE Harmony Road.

Cost:

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

For more information or to join the mailing list, call 503-594-0620.

Class Schedule

 

  • Jan 8

    Pack It Up

    Wednesday, 9:30-11:30 a.m., located on the Harmony campus, room 130
    Join AAA and Travel Expert Anne McAlpin and learn how to plan and pack for any trip. Anne has been featured on Oprah and is the go-to-expert on all things travel. Also included will be valuable information on both domestic and worldwide tours and river cruising.

  • Jan 15

    Daring to Downsize

    Wednesday, 9:30-11:30 a.m., located on the Harmony campus, room 130
    Find out how to tackle the downsizing process whether you are moving or just planning ahead. Learn simple steps to do before, during and after your move. Get helpful tips to make those difficult decisions about what to keep and what to let go much easier.

  • Jan 22

    Caswell Sculpture

    Wednesday, 9:30-11:30 a.m., located on the Harmony campus, room 130
    Rip Caswell's bronze monuments and memorials are located through the United States and abroad, in community developments, churches, museums and private residences. His monument and memorial work tells the many stories of communities, as well as those of veterans and beloved public figures.

  • Jan 29

    Oregon Food Bank and Cougar Cave

    Wednesday, 9:30-11:30 a.m., located on the Harmony campus, room 130
    52% of the students experience food insecurities due to the skyrocketing cost of classes, textbooks and housing that leaves very little for nutritional food. CCC and the Oregon Food Bank are trying to find answers. Join them and learn about how you can help.

  • Feb 5

    Oregon's History of Racism

    Wednesday, 9:30-11:30 a.m., located on the Harmony campus, room 130
    The white population of early Oregon sought to preserve the land for themselves, excluding blacks, Chinese and subjugating the Native Americans whom they displaced. Come join us when Gregory Nokes tells of this conveniently forgotten legacy of racial injustice.

  • Feb 12

    Makin' Paper: Yesterday and Tomorrow

    Wednesday, 9:30-11:30 a.m., located on the Harmony campus, room 130
    Sandy Carter, oral historian, had access to West Linn’s mill for over two decades, where she witnessed the massive scale of the multi-generational work that helped create the success of the Baby Boom generation.

  • Feb 19

    All About Seniors

    Wednesday, 9:30-11:30 a.m., located on the Harmony campus, room 130
    Assessments*Placements*Referrals. *Locally owned and operated by senior care RN’s. *A trusted team of professionals. *All Referrals are pre-screened. *No financial interest in any care setting or professional resource. *100+ combined years of healthcare experience

  • Feb 26

    Looking Towards the Future

    Wednesday, 9:30-11:30 a.m., located on the Harmony campus, room 130
    What was one of your life changing moments? We often talk about having a positive impact or making a difference in the lives of others. Come hear how you make a difference!

CCC Theatre Performances

Join us every term for a new theatre production, located in the Niemeyer Center on our Oregon City campus! Senior discounts available.

Call 503-594-3153 or visit our Theatre Performances page for further information.