The Rye Historical Society’s spring luncheon usually focuses on life in the old days, when Rye was a colonial outpost, a village, and finally a city. But not this year. On March 28, the speaker was young adult author, humorist, and parental pundit Annabel Monaghan, who regaled us with stories of what it’s like to be a mom today. She brought the house down or, in this case, the Apawamis Club dining room, with tales of navigating the hostile CVS parking lot and beyond in today’s frontier.
Annabel Monaghan, Laura Brett, Historical Society Director Sheri Jordan, and Board President Jeannette Cummins at the luncheon
- Photo by Robin Jovanovich