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Rosa Luxemburg

What more rebellious reading, going to the bathroom, or economics? You decide after this fascinating episode where Katie tells us about Polish economist and philosopher, Rosa Luxemburg. Show Notes & Extras This month’s gal pals are Katie Harris, Bonnie Fillenwarth, Lisa Cardona and Dr. Leah Leach Bonnie already talked about Benazir Bhutto and Lisa talked […]

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Dutch Assassins

“Stuffs gonna happen” just might be our new motto of the show. After finding out what music the gal pals find revolutionary Lisa follows the advice of her bartender and reads “Seducing and Killing Nazi’s” and tells us the amazing story of three Dutch teenagers, Hannie, Freddie, and Truus who did their part for the […]

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Benazir Bhutto

We’re back!!! Season 4 starts the revolution with Bonnie talking about the first female Prime Minister of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto.  Show Notes & Extras Start of season 4!!!!!! It’s the start of Revoluntionary Gal Month This month’s gal pals are Katie Harris, Bonnie Fillenwarth, Lisa Cardona and Dr. Leah Leach Book Club shout out Bonnie’s […]

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Learn about Buddhism

Dr. Leah Leach has offered to host an AMA (Ask Me Anything) about Buddhism. A practitioner of Buddhism for 30 years, she has seen His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama twice. Leah has studied the three schools of Buddhism, Vajrayana, Mahayana, and Theravada. She has concentrated studies on Zen Buddhism, Nichiren Buddhism, and Tibetan Buddhism […]

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Galentine’s Brunch 2022

Text your besties because Gals Guide Library is hosting a Galentine’s Brunch to remember! Gals Guide is hosting a limited number of ladies to a delicious and empowering brunch. The brunch includes Waffle bar Mimosa bar Mantra Wheel Squad Selfie Spot Personalized gifts (including chocolate and jewerly) Empowerment activity Sunday, February 13 11am-2pm Nickel Plate […]

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Betty White Day

Betty White’s hometown Oak Park, IL is proclaiming January 17 as Betty White Day. The amazing comedian Betty White would have turned 100 years old on January 17, 2022. Passing away only a few weeks before her centennial birthday sparked the #BettyWhiteChallenge urging people to donate to local animal shelters. Betty loved a good birthday […]

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Girl Scout Patch *For Grown Ups*

Gal’s Guide has an awesome patch available for Girl Scouts to achieve But what about you, the grown woman? Would like to earn the patch too? That’s why we’ve set aside a Saturday afternoon to gather all the materials and supplies you would need to earn your very own Girl Scout patch. Supplies and patches […]

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Book Signing with Nan Reinhardt

Gal’s Guide is pleased to welcome local author Nan Reinhardt for a book signing of her book The Valentine Wager. Just in time for Valentine’s Day! Meet Nan! Support local! Saturday February 12, 2021 2pm – 4pm Gal’s Guide Library 107 S. 8th Street Noblesville Second Floor of the Nickel Plate Arts Campus The Valentine Wager […]

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Book Signing with Trudy Krisher

Gal’s Guide is pleased to welcome Ohio writer, Trudy Krisher. Celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Women’s March with Trudy’s wonderful book, On the March: a Novel of the Women’s March on Washington. Meet Trudy! Participate in a Women’s March quiz and activity! Get your signed copy! Saturday Reschedule – February 19 1pm-3pm Gal’s Guide […]

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Zitkála-Šá

It’s the last episode of Season 3 of the Gal’s Guide Podcast! Leah talks about the Indigenous gal who was known for way more than just one thing! Zitkála-Šá was an activist, writer, and was the first Native American to write an opera. Learn about this fascinating woman who used her skills and talents to […]