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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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Free Book Club Books

Gal’s Guide was awarded an ARPA grant for library services! That means we can offer FREE books to our Book Club members that they can keep!  Not yet a book club member? Sign up here The free books are available for our 2022 April, May, and June selections. Book club members can receive 1 free […]

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Our Mission The Gal’s Guide mission is to provide an independent women’s history library to preserve, collect, share and champion women’s achievements and lessons learned. Beyond our vast lending library, we host fun and interactive events, podcasts, workshops, and audiobooks. We provide a space where women’s history is empowering for all. No Cost Ways to […]

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Content Creator Needed

Gal’s Guide has been experiencing exponential growth since we opened our doors in 2020. We are a unique nonprofit that houses the first women’s history lending library in the United States. We also have weekly events, weekly podcasts, and workshops. With all that we do, we need a dedicated content creator to create videos and […]

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Nandi on the Drums Makes the World Go Round!

by Kimberly Bright YouTube videos of cover versions of well-known songs seemed to multiple geometrically last year during the COVID lockdown. Nandi Bushell, then a 10-year-old self-described “British and Zulu drummer girl” in England, was already well-known internationally for her amazing, spot-on, skillful rock drum cover versions on YouTube. She acquired some very famous friends […]

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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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Netflix Places Statues of ‘Overlooked Sisters’ Next to their Brother

To promote the release of Enola Homes, a film about Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister, Netflix has placed several golden statues of real-life sisters next to sculptures of their famous brothers.  In an attempt (to promote a movie) and to shine a spotlight on these lesser-known women of history, the project “Overlooked Sisters” was created Sketch Events […]

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Library Giving Day 2020

Gal’s Guide is the only library dedicated to women’s history in America where you can browse the stacks and check out a book. We created a small-but-mighty community space where men, women, and children can escape their hectic lives, where they can feel welcomed and inspired. In these very weird times, we could use your support. Testimonials […]

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Why Libraries Will Have A Long Shelf Life

Did you know that more American’s visit the library than go to the movie theater? Thanks to a new Gallup poll done in Dec 2019 there is data revealing that libraries are the most frequented leisure activity for American’s surpassing sporting events, live concerts, and museum trips. This is a wonderful confirmation to the team […]

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Gal’s Guide NEWS for October 16, 2019 (Brought to you by aliens)

News and updates from the Gal’s Guide Library and Research Center for October 16, 2019. Brought to you by aliens. YouTube Version Show Notes & Extras The fifth edition of the Gal’s Guide NEWS Brought to you by aliens How Leah knew how many people were at Area 51 (CNN Article) Library NEWS We made […]