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February Talent Library Events

February 1 - February 29

Talent Library

Classical Recorder Group, 18+ YRS
Tuesdays • 12:00–1:00 p.m.
Bring your recorder and join in the musical fun with a group that plays primarily classical selections. An ability to read music is necessary.

Scrabble Club, 18+ YRS
Saturdays • 12:00–3:00 p.m.
Play Scrabble with an active group for challenge & fun.

Strategy Board Game Day, 13+ YRS
1st Saturdays • 12:00–4:00 p.m.
Join FunAgain Games to learn and play new and popular board games like Catan, Dixit, Mysterium, Dominion, and other Euro-style tabletop games, which emphasize strategy while downplaying luck and conflict.

My Heart’s Blood: Films of Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier
Wednesdays • 2:00–4:00 p.m.
Known to be devoted to each other, Olivier called Vivien his “heart’s blood.” Although they only made three features together, each made a resoundingly glamorous impression in the film world.
February 5: Queen Elizabeth I is dealing with her country’s deteriorating relationship with Spain. Michael Ingolby, a naval officer whose father was killed fighting the Spanish, volunteers to go undercover in the Spanish court and learns plans are afoot to send an armada to ambush the British navy. Meanwhile, the aging Elizabeth, who has fallen for the dashing Ingolby, struggles with the fact that he is fixated on one of her beautiful ladies-in-waiting. (1937/92m/NR)
February 12: Journalist Frank Burdon works for a tiny Scottish paper. He is sent to write a light piece about government official Willie Gow, but decides to pen a more critical story when he sees Gow deny a local woman ownership of her dog because she can’t pay for the animal’s license. The article damages Willie’s reputation and sparking a rivalry between the two men. Matters are further complicated when Frank falls for Willie’s daughter, Vickie. (1937/87m/NR)
February 19: In this adaptation of the classic Emily Bronte novel set in 19th-century England, wealthy young Cathy Earnshaw shares a loving bond with Heathcliff, a poor childhood friend who now works in her stables. Unfortunately, things become complicated when the affluent Edgar Linton decides to pursue Cathy, and Heathcliff leaves out of resentment. Though Heathcliff returns with a self-made fortune, he realizes he may have lost Cathy in his absence. (1939/104m/NR)
February 26: When small-town courtesan Emma Hart suddenly finds herself married to British Ambassador Sir William Hamilton, her little world is turned upside down. Just as Emma is finally settling into her new life as the eponymous Lady Hamilton, she meets British naval hero Horatio Nelson and the two fall madly in love. However, their forbidden romance is soon threatened by the ever-growing shadow of the Napoleonic Wars. (1941/125m/NR)

Community Programs

Talent Kaleidoscope Play and Learn, 0–5 YRS
BILINGUAL Spanish-English program
Tuesdays • 2:30–4:00 p.m.
Community room at the Anderson Vista Apartments
571 Talent Avenue, Talent
Parking is across the street at Chuck Roberts Park.

Details

Start:
February 1
End:
February 29
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Website:
jcls.org

Venue

Talent Library
101 Home St
Talent, OR 97540 United States
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