Library Events in April Include a Talk about Hummingbirds with Andy Gazafan (4/7); Community Meditation with Actress Poornima Kirby (4/11); and Conversation with Urbanologist Max Grinnell about What's Next for Boston (4/28)

hummingbirdFor those who can't make it to news analyst and author Jack Beatty's appearance at the SE library on Tuesday April 14, here are some additional exciting (and free) offerings this month. Say you like hummingbirds, and want to know how they manage hanging in place while up in the air, or where they spent this winter, or what their affinity is about for the color red? Find out the answers from Andy Gazafan, a member of the Novis Ornithologist Society. He will show you his photographs of hummingbirds, on display at the library, and share what else he knows about this bird and others. Tuesday April 7 at 6:30 PM.p-3-   Film and theatre actress Poornima Kirby, a Vassar drama graduate who grew up near Concord, MA, will lead community meditation

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classes on Saturdays in April at the South End library. All levels are welcome. It starts April 11 at 11:00 AM.   grinnellUrbanologist Max Grinnell gave a talk at the South End library a year or so ago, and drew one of the biggest crowds. He will return to the branch on Tuesday, April 28, at 6:30 PM. This time, the subject is, What's Next for Boston? Grinnell will draw on 20 of the most compelling images from the BPL and the City of Boston's archives to speculate with you about where the Hub is going and where we've been for the past century. The exuberant urban philosopher, author of Hyde Park and Frommer’s 24 Great Walks in Chicago, has taught urban studies and related subjects in Chicago. He currently teaches urban studies and writing at the Mass. College of Art and Design and, should you want to be more connected right away, you can follow him on Twitter at @theurbanologist.