April Meeting

We're going to be getting our hands dirty and learning about gardening basics with farmer Christina. We'll learn timing and preparation when it comes to planting a garden large or small. Our special speaker, Christina, has been helping on the farm her entire life. Her family owns a pumpkin patch, she's a regular helper with … Continue reading April Meeting

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April Cross Stitch Meetup

Hey Stitches! We're back for a new cross stitch & crafty meetup! This month is #G3Gardening Month so we have a snarky "Shiitake Just Got Real" cross-stitch pattern for free for attendees. We'll also have our previous cross-stitch kits available for a $5 donation (free for Patreon Members.) Come cross stitch with us or bring your own … Continue reading April Cross Stitch Meetup

March Meeting

Here at Gal's Guide every month is Women's History Month however we have a special treat for you for our March meeting. Co-host of our podcast Your Gal Friday, Leah Leach will present Saucy Gals of History. These are gals that are more risque or controversial than you'd hear about on our family-friendly podcast. Leah … Continue reading March Meeting

Gals of History Presentation at Lawrence Library

We're at Lawrence Library in Indianapolis presenting our interactive game, Gals of History! Adults and teens are invited to test their deduction skills and time travel power! They'll learn about women of the past and present who have made the world more connected, creative and innovative. This fun and interactive presentation will feature representatives from … Continue reading Gals of History Presentation at Lawrence Library

Women of Science Presentation in Farmington Hills, MI

We're on the road! We'll be presenting our interactive Women of Science game at the Center of Secular Humanism, Birmingham Temple on March 18. Hosted by Humanists of Southeast Michigan, come learn about the amazing women of all fields of science. Their stories and innovations will astonish and inspire you. March 18 12:30pm-2pm Center for … Continue reading Women of Science Presentation in Farmington Hills, MI