February Gold Hill Library Events
February 1 - February 29
Gold Hill Library
LEGO Builders, Architects, & Engineers, 4+ YRS
2nd and 4th Wednesdays • 2:30–3:30 p.m.
Build and display your own LEGO creations. DUPLO bricks are available for younger kids.
Gold Hill Library Book Club, 18+ YRS
3rd Fridays • 3:00–4:00 p.m.
Discuss Educated by Tara Westover. Books are available for pickup one month prior to the meeting date.
Movie Classics & More: Grace Kelly
Select Mondays • 1:00–3:00 p.m.
February 3: Academy Award winners Grace Kelly and Ray Milland star with Robert Cummings in one of Alfred Hitchcock’s greatest thrillers–Dial M for Murder. When playboy tennis pro Tony Wendice (Milland–The Lost Weekend) discovers his rich wife, Margot (Kelly–Rear Window, To Catch a Thief), is having an affair with handsome American Mark Hallidy (Cummings–The Carpetbaggers), he devises an ingenious plot to murder her. But when his scheme takes an unexpected, deadly twist, Tony improvises–implicating Margot for first degree murder in this classic spellbinder. (1954/105m/PG)
February 10: A retired jewel thief will be arrested unless he can trap the copycat burglar who has taken up serial-stealing on the French Riviera. (1955/103m/PG)
February 24: A laid-up magazine photographer witnesses a possible murder from his apartment window. (1954/112m/PG)
Natural History of the Oregon Trail
Wednesday, February 5 • 3:30–4:30 p.m.
Learn about the animals, plants, and geology of the Oregon and Applegate Trails with Bugs-R-Us Educational Services, including bison, elk, deer, quail, and coyotes. In this hands-on program you’ll get to touch animal hides, horns, and feathers from all of the mammals and birds that are discussed.
Teddy Bear Indoor Picnic, 3–10 YRS W/ ADULT
Saturday, February 22 • 1:00–3:00 p.m.
Bring your favorite stuffed toy and dress as your favorite character for a special storytime and indoor picnic with music, games, and crafts.
Author Talk: Sue DeMarinis Presents The Station Master’s Wife
Saturday, February 29 • 1:00–2:00 p.m.
Local author Sue DeMarinis will read from her second novel, The Station Master’s Wife, set among true historical events in 1887 Ashland.