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Book Signing with Speed City Sisters in Crime

Gal’s Guide is pleased to welcome Speed City Sisters in Crime for a book signing of their newest book Trick or Treats. Meet the Sisters (and Misters)! Dive into 16 frightfully good tales by Indiana authors. Get your signed copy! Saturday October 23, 2021 2pm – 4pm Gal’s Guide Library 107 S. 8th Street Noblesville […]

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Vote for Gal’s Guide 2022 Research Themes

Every month Gal’s Guide has research theme that pushes us to make sure our collection and our wisdom reaches far and wide into the galaxy. Our research themes are incorporated into: The Gal’s Guide Podcast episodes Book Club selection First Friday activities and displays Third Thursday meetings Book buying for the library Got a research […]

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Uhura Training Academy 2021

Uhura Friday 4:00pm Communicating with Empathy – a Linguistic Refresh Panel 5:30pm Rosalind Franklin & DNA Activity 7:00pm Burlesque Spy! Oh My! Uhura Saturday 10:00am GPS Scavenger Hunt 11:30am Vulcan Lute + Queen of Carbon Science 1:00pm Nichelle & NASA 2:30pm Music Sisters with Transistors – Women of Electronic Music 4:00pm Green Girl and the […]

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Mother of All Memoirs – Writing Workshop

Re-charge your writing skills with empathetic characters & get published! A new writing method to connect empathy to history and autobiographical writing is being introduced at the Gal’s Guide Library fall of 2021. Born of Many Mothers (B.O.M.M.) writing method incorporates visual exercises, mythology writing styles, and feminine energy. Men and women can learn this […]

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Book Signing with David Heighway

Gal’s Guide is pleased to welcome Hamilton Country Historian, David Heighway for a book signing of his newest book, Hidden History of Hamilton County. Meet David! Learn about our city’s weird and wonderful history! Get your signed copy! Saturday September 4, 2021 2pm Gal’s Guide Library 107 S. 8th Street Noblesville Second Floor of the […]

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Book Signing with Hannah and Robert Williamson

Gal’s Guide is hosting it’s first ever author signing in the library! Come meet Hannah & Robert Williamson, a father-daughter author team! Based right here in Noblesville, IN this fantastic duo has two young adult fantasy novels with a strong female lead. Meet Hannah & Robert! Get a signed copy of the Palidonaya Chronicles: Raulin’s […]

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Gal’s Guide Anthology Call for Submissions

Share your experience with women’s history with us. Any story or poem of how women’s history or women in history has impacted your life is what we are looking for. Deadline is 12/16/2021 for publication in March 2022 Women’s History Month!  Submission will be chosen by a jury of 3, one representing Gal’s Guide, one […]

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Queen Bee Giveaway

As part of the Keep Indiana Learning #virtuallydifferent conference we are giving away a copy of Rosalind Wiseman’s book Queen Bees & Wannabes: helping your daughters survive cliques, gossip, boyfriends & other realities of adolescence. One winner will be chosen at random on July 1, 2021. Enter your information to a chance to win. About […]

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Vote For New Explorer Books!

Every month we have a research theme. We gather the books we have in the collection and the Gal’s Pals research for the Gal’s Guide Podcast. Sometimes we have holes in the collection where we could use more materials have better diversity in the theme. This is where YOU come in! We’ll post a short […]

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Stitch n’ Bitch

Craft time is back at Gal’s Guide! Second Saturday’s from 12pm-2pm. BYOC (bring your own craft). It can be cross-stitch, knitting, crochet, drawing, coloring, painting, jewelry, or anything that law enforcement allows in public. Welcome is everyone! As of 6/2/2021 masks are still required on the Nickel Plate campus.