Is it finally spring? Then it's time to Conquer Clutter with Linda Anders on Tuesday, April 15 at 7. She will teach you how to tame the piles of paper which inhabit your place and which you don't dare toss away. On May 3, we have a real rite of spring: a 19th century baseball double header with uniforms and rules of 1864 and 1873 respectively, played in Merrill Park in Iselin. There will also be singalongs, baseball memorabilia and activities for children. Come join us and you might get on camera! (TV-35 will be filming the event.) On May 8, you will be able to create an Indian Fan at the Main Library at 7pm. You will use special craft supplies from India to make a very useful and lovely fan just in time for the warmer weather. You must sign up at the Main Library after April 25 for this workshop since materials are limited. Did you know that the Woodbridge Library System is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2014? In honor of that fact we decided that our next film festival would be movies made or set in the 1960s, and we found some good ones! Films will be shown on Fridays at 2pm in the Main Library from May 9 until June 13. In order of showing, they are: American Graffiti, Goldfinger, 2001, Psycho, Dr. Strangelove, and, of course, Viva Las Vegas! Come to our cool meeting room and enjoy these films with our wonderful sound system and big screen. This year our Adult Summer Reading Club theme will be Literary Elements...but more on that later.