ENCORE is a member-run organization for individuals who are 50+ years in age.
We operate under the auspices of Clatsop Community College to offer short-term courses and activities,
which are usually led by members. Membership is inexpensive and most acvities are offered at no charge.
1st of July is the first Friday in July in South County:
BIGFOOT'S @ 2427 S Roosevelt Dr., Seaside.
Motel 6 driveway or the next driveway south will enter their big parking lot.
All is on the street level and they will put us in a separate room if there are enough of us.
Travel time will be longer because of the weekend traffic but I don't anticipate too much hassle
because it is early in the weekend day (12 noon). We order off the menu and pay individually.
COME ON DOWN!!!!
Meet and Greet and invite someone to join us.
Lunch Bunch is the first Friday of each month. We meet for good food, good conversation, and
usually a short and interesting presentaion of some timely topic. Everyone is welcome!
ENCORE Summer Picnic!
The picnic will be at Cullaby Lake North Shelter on August 19th. More information to come. Save the date!
The picnic is always fun!
Oregon Gardens and Oktoberfest trip!
September 14-15, 2016. ENCORE pays for the vans to get there, you pay for your hotel room
(which includes entrance to the Oregon Gardens), entrance ot Oktoberfest, and food. Limited seats and
hotel rooms! Informaiton is
So, what about summer?
We have informally reserved rooms at the Educational Services District
building (ESD), on Marine, near Safeway. Every Wednesday, from June 1st through August 31, we'll be
having an informal Summer Science class (same format as Science Exchange) from 10 am to noon.
After lunch we'll have a Coloring class from 1:30
till 3:30 pm. These are casual,
informal classes, (no paperwork), and are just for our summer enjoyment. You need not be an ENCORE
member to attend. Park on 31st street north of W Marine Drive, walk around to Marine drive to enter the ESD building.
Preview of Fall offerings:
Drew will continue Dancing; Father David
Janes will teach a class on Shrines of the Holy Lands, Bernie Thomas has promised to revive her
Current Events class, just in time for what we assume will be a presidential election. Erhard Gross will
educate us about The History of the English Language, and Science will keep us on our toes. Donna
Wright will be returning with a course on "Short Fiction," and we hope Steve Berk will share his thoughts
with us, as well. At least that's the plan. As September approaches, keep an eye on theis website for the
official posting of fall classes.
We are looking at planning some exciting trips for 2016-2017
Live opera telecasts in Portland;
Portland Art Museum and Oregon Historical Society Museum;