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Barbara May Cameron

Co-founder of GAI (Gay American Indians), Barbara May Cameron is a photographer, author, filmmaker, and amazing advocate for Gay American Indians. She even ran the San Francisco Pride Parade from 1980-1985. Learn about this fantastic GAI Gal!  Show Notes & Extras This month’s pals are Katie Harris, Bonnie Fillenwarth, Dr. Leah Leach, and J.C. Seig. […]

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Free Film Club DVDs

Gal’s Guide was awarded an ARPA grant for library services! That means we can offer FREE DVDs to our members that you can keep! Not yet a film club member? Sign up here Free DVDs start with our July selection and will continue as long as there are funds. We are budgeted for 20 DVDs. […]

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Rosa Bonheur

J.C. tells us about a successful lesbian French painter who was known for portraits and animal paintings. Rosa leaves a great legacy as well as her stance on rejected gender roles. She painted what she wanted to paint and was a trailblazer and influencer! Also, she had a pet otter!  Show Notes & Extras This […]

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Book Signing with Rue Sparks

Gal’s Guide is pleased to welcome Rue Sparks for a book signing of The Fable of Wren. Saturday June 25, 2022 2pm – 4pm Gal’s Guide Library 107 S. 8th Street Noblesville Second Floor of the Nickel Plate Arts Campus A small percentage will go to Gal’s Guide Library & Nickel Plate Arts. About the […]

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Lesley Gore

It’s Pride Month!!! Bonnie is starting us off with a musical icon who not many of us knew was gay. But it’s okay because It’s her party and she can cry if she wants to! Learn all about the fab Lesley Gore!  Show Notes Our guests this month are: Bonnie Fillenwarth, Katie Harris, J.C. Seig […]

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Film Club

Leah Leach is our resident movie geek. With a background of working in movie theaters, video stores, and 18 years behind the camera, she’s got a knack for picking an interesting movie to talk about. And we don’t care about the first rule of Fight Club, the first rule of Film Club is: You talk […]

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Book Signing with Cynthia Babers Stafford

Gal’s Guide is pleased to welcome Cynthia Babers Stafford for a book signing of Three Trillion Drops of Water. Saturday May 28, 2022 11am – 2pm Gal’s Guide Library 107 S. 8th Street Noblesville Second Floor of the Nickel Plate Arts Campus A small percentage will go to Gal’s Guide Library & Nickel Plate Arts. About […]

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Marie Tharp

Jenn wraps up Science Gal Month talking about Marie Tharp who was the first to map the Atlantic Ocean floor! Over time her work showed the existence of mountain ranges that extended over 40,000 miles around the globe.  Show Notes How Marie Tharp changed GeologyTharpe / Heezen Map of the ocean floors, published in 1977 […]

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Myers-Briggs

Did you know the Myers-Briggs personality test was designed by a mother and daughter? Did you know it’s used in hiring processes today? Learn about the interesting history of the test and see what you think.  Show Notes & Extras Isabel Briggs Myers (Wikipedia) Katharine Cook Briggs (Wikipedia) Persona: The Dark Truth behind Personality Tests […]

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Gal’s Guide at InConjunction

Gal’s Guide Library is venturing to the InConJunction Science Fiction Fantastic Convention! We’ll have a booth and programing throughout the 4th of July weekend. Friday, July 1 2pm The Weird and Wonderful World of Carrie Fisher 8pm Bechdel: the cartoonist and the test Saturday, July 2 2pm Pirates! 5pm Heroine’s Journey for Writers Sunday, July […]