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Marjory Stoneman Douglas

The Gal-Pals have settled into the new library space and are ready to get their hands dirty learning about environmental gals. Leah is up first with the “Grande Dame of the Everglades” Marjory Stoneman Douglas. She talks about how she yelled a man for dropping his pen and how she made us want to save […]

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April First Friday

In person First Friday’s are back! Come see our larger space! Free art activity for all ages! Get a free library card! First Friday April 2, 2021 6pm-9pm Nickel Plate Arts Campus 107 S. 8th Street, Noblesville Gal’s Guide Library is on the second floor of the Judge Stone House

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Bonnie’s Five Recommends

Women and Art: Contested Territory by Judy Chicago and Edward Lucie-Smith Headstrong: 52 Women Who Changed Science – and the World by Rachel Swaby 4,000 years of Uppity Women by Vicki Leon Wonder Women by Sam Maggs Color: A Natural History of the Palette by Victoria Finlay What 5 Women’s History Books Do You Recommend? […]

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Leah’s Five Recommends

The Memoirs of Alice Guy Blaché by Alice Guy, Roberta and Simone Blaché Shout, Sister Shout! The Untold Story of Rock-an-Roll Trailblazer Sister Rosetta Tharpe by Gayle Wald Beyond Uhura by Nichelle Nichols Conchita Cintrón: Memoirs of a Bullfighter by Conchita Cintrón and an introduction by Orson Welles Wishful Drinking by Carrie Fisher What 5 […]

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Shana’s Five Recommends

When Women Ruled the World by Kara Cooney A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove by Laura Scheone The Book of Gutsy Women by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton Appetite for Life: Biography of Julia Child by Noel Riley Fitch Bloomer Girls: Women Baseball Pioneers by Debra A Shuttuck What 5 Women’s History Books […]

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Soul Sisters Fairy House

Gal’s Guide has made a fairy-sized ofrenda, an altar with a collection of offerings traditionally at a Mexican Día de Muertos celebration. Our ofrenda is a celebration of our soul sisters of the past. We invite YOU to come make a fairy-sized shrine of a famous woman of history, friend, or family member who has […]

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Kim’s Five Recommends

Confessions of a Failed Southern Lady by Florence King Education of a Princess by Marie, Grand Duchess of Russia Women of the Beat Generation by Ann Charters and Brenda Knight Paris Was a Woman: Portraits from the Left Bank by Andrea Weiss My Thirty Year’s War by Margaret Anderson What 5 Women’s History Books Do You […]

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Mona’s Five Recommends

Barbara Jordan, American Hero by Mary Beth Rogers Women Warriors: An Unexpected History by Pamela Toler Unbought & Unbossed by Shirley Chisholm The Book of Women: 300 Notable Women by Lynne Griffin When the Drummers Were Women by Layne Redmond What 5 Women’s History Books Do You Recommend? Let us know at info@galsguide.org

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Gal’s Guide Coding Camp

Gal’s Guide is hosting a virtual coding camp for girls ages 6-18 to learn how to code using a Raspberry Pi. This free 5 day workshop will be lead by Cristina Weyer, a computer science/STEM teacher out of Jacksonville, FL. Classes will take place afterschool in April and be available in person as well as […]

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Patricia Cowings

The gals wrap up Black History – Women in STEM month by talking about NASA’s aerospace psychophysiologist, Patricia Cowings. She helped astronauts not puke in their space helmets and was the first women trained for space flight! The gals also talk about their third favorite dinosaur – ’cause science!  Show Notes This month our Gal […]