Milton author Cully Lundgren to discuss his family’s year living in rural Nicaragua
Lundgren to discuss his book, Mom, There’s A Scorpion in my Pants
There will be a very entertaining program by Milton author Cully Lundgren on Wednesday, May 29th at 7:00 p.m., about his family’s year living in rural Nicaragua. The book is called Mom, There’s A Scorpion in my Pants (c2018) and his wife Miriam and their two son will be at this event as well. In 2016, the family picked up from their comfortable life in Massachusetts and landed in a small village in Nicaragua. They did not speak Spanish or know any of their neighbors, and had to learn to go without water and electricity for long periods of time. They stayed there for about a year, and had to learn how to do laundry by hand, to coexist with spiders, wild dogs, and scorpions, to ride out earthquakes and floods, and to communicate in another language. This is their fascinating story, so please join us to hear about it at the Library.
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All of these programs will be held in the Keys Community Room, unless otherwise specified here, and are free and open to the public. They are kindly sponsored by the Friends of the Milton Public Library, and for more information contact Jean Hlady, Head of Reference, at 617-698-5757, x.3 or go to www.miltonlibrary.org. Please come visit the Library this May!