In a performance provided by Young Audiences of New Jersey, the duo Cubanana presents its Savoring Sundays III program, "¡Melodias Danzas de Cuba!" at the West Deptford Library, 420 Crown Point Rd., Thorofare. Musicians Jesús Alvarez and Carrie Lavender will perform Cuban music and dance, as well as teach about Cuban culture, history, language and instruments. They perform with guitar and percussion and sing traditional songs. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the West Deptford Public Library. Free. 2 p.m. 856-845-5593 or
The Whiteall House Museum sponsors a talk on historically sensitive plants and landscaping. The talk, titled "Garden Focus," will be held at the museum on the Red Bank Battlefield Park, 100 Hessian Ave., National Park. Free. Noon to 4 p.m. 856-853-5120.
Learn to knit at the East Greenwich Library, 535 Kings Highway, Mickleton. Beginners to advanced knitters meet every Tuesday morning to share ideas and patterns while working on individual projects. New knitters are welcome to join any time and will be helped by the more experienced knitters. Those interested should call the library to find out what supplies are needed for their first session. Free. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 856-423-1149 or
Learn basic Internet skills through a class at the Mullica Hill Branch Library, 389 Wolfert Station Rd., Mullica Hill. This class is geared to those with little or no experience. The course is an introduction to the World Wide Web and the latest version of the Microsoft web browser. The instructor will define and give examples of search engines, web browsers, URLs, and other fundamental Internet terminology. Free. 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. 856-223-6060 or
Don't wait for Saturday to start your weekend; check out Woodfest, an outdoor festival of music in downtown Woodbury. Musical performances will include jazz, classical, blues, gospel, classic rock, Irish bluegrass, contemporary, inspirational and children's music. The festival is on Broad Street between Cooper/Delaware and Aberdeen Streets. It will go on rain or shine. Free. 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. 856-845-8655 or
At the Shore
Hear a performance by Road to the Isles as it starts the Cape May Music Festival at the Cape May Convention Hall. The festival continues through June 15 and features orchestral and chamber music. The Bay-Atlantic Symphony returns as the orchestra-in-residence, under the baton of principal conductor Jed Gaylin. Free. 8 p.m. capemaymac.org