Clatsop Community College welcomes all former students, as well as current students, to the first reunion open house from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday.

Return to the main campus where you got your start. Tour current facilities; visit a special summer exhibit in the college’s Art Center Gallery, featuring the North Coast Printmakers’ Collective; learn about plans for the redevelopment of Patriot Hall; and enjoy a complimentary barbecue hosted by the CCC Foundation; and reconnect with fellow students, college staff and faculty. No host beer and wine service will be available through Astoria Brewing Co.

Find information about the CCC Alumni & Members Association and the Patriot Redevelopment Project in the Patriot Hall gym. In Columbia Hall, visit the nursing simulation lab and find information about programs such as volunteer literacy tutoring and GED preparation.

In Towler Hall, the second floor will feature a display relating to the 1962 dedication ceremony.

Information about the CCC Foundation will also be available, including the 2013-14 Report to the Community and the college’s 50th anniversary publication. The main lobby will contain displays related to CCC’s unique historic preservation and maritime science programs.

The Art Center Gallery will be open and is currently presenting a special summer exhibit featuring works from the North Coast Printmakers’ Collective. Members of the collective will provide demonstrations throughout the afternoon. Campus maps will be available.

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