RYE, N.Y. -- Rye author Andrea Raynor will speak at the Rye Free Reading Room on Thursday, April 3.
Raynor is set to speak about "Incognito: Lost and Found at Harvard Divinity School" at 7 p.m. at the Rye Free Reading Room at 1061 Boston Post Road. Residents are invited to hear Raynor speak about her book, described as "filled with humor, insight, and faith," according to a release.
"As a bright young girl from Ohio, Andrea Raynor always wanted to be a doctor. Instead, she landed -- almost by accident -- at Harvard Divinity School, which, she quickly discovered, was no typical seminary," representatives said in the release. "Providing a bird’s-eye view of life within the hallowed halls (and beneath the crimson robes), Incognito is a humorous and poignant glimpse inside one of the nation’s most revered institutions."
Raynor lives in Rye and is the chaplain to the Rye Fire Department.
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