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Statue of Liberty Protest, 1886

The gal-pals plan a “what if” trip before Klaire shares her very cool thing about the dedication of the Statue of Liberty where the only gal who could come was apparently 305 feet tall, French, and a personification of a woman. So Matilda Joslyn Gage and her friends stage a protest on a boat! Learn […]

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Gal’s Guide Podcast – Indiana Women’s History Trails

This week we are bringing out the maps and pins to learning about the Indiana Women’s History Trail thanks to Katie’s 1 cool women’s history thing. Gal pals, Leah, Bonnie, Josh, and Katie also talk about radium, and other things we took a while to learn were toxic, while we sip Diet Coke – it […]

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Bonnie’s Painting Goodies List

Books, exhibits, and movies, Bonnie Fillenwarth has gathered together a painting gals goodies list for you to check out for Painting Month. Victoria Finlay’s Color: A Natural History of the Palette A wonderful book that goes through where all those colors come from. Finlay was often the first woman to enter spaces where these materials […]

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May Meeting

Even though we were rained out for our travel trip, our meeting director, Kim Thatcher, has jumped into high gear and found a special speaker to come present tips and tricks for world traveling. We’re so happy to be joined by Lori Altherr to help you with plan and brainstorm for any travel adventure. Thursday, […]

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Travel Story – Annie Oakley

Your Gal Friday has just wrapped it’s first season with an episode on Annie Oakley. In researching Annie’s life and legacy I came across the Garst Museum in Darke County, Ohio. They housed the National Annie Oakley Center and had much of her memorabilia on display. I wrangled my husband and daughters and went on […]

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Gal’s Guide May Travel Trip

Unfortunately we will have to reschedule our travel trip. Mother Nature had other plans with rain and thunderstorms for the entire day, a day that was scheduled to spend a majority of time outside. We will reschedule for June or July. ************************************************************** Your ticket to adventure awaits! Join us Saturday, May 19 as we journey […]

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May Cross Stitch Meetup

This month is #G3Travel Month so we have our new compass logo available as a kit with your $5 donation to Gal’s Guide. Kits come with everything you need to finish and are free for Patreon Members. We’ll also have our previous cross-stitch kits available for a $5 donation.   Come cross stitch with us […]

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18 Amazing Gardens

We’ve collected 18 awe-inspiring public gardens from around the world that you can visit on your next getaway. Public gardens are wonderful for those who lack a green thumb but want to enjoy the awe and splendor of a flora and fauna. They are also great for those who garden and want to not only […]

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Travel 9 Female-Centered Movie Destinations

1. Ava Gardner Museum The Ava Gardner Museum is located in Smithfield, North Carolina and honors the glamorous leading lady. Featuring costumes, movie posters, and personal items the museum has a self guided tour. 2. Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center in Old Saybrook, Connecticut hosts musical acts and events […]

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8 Women-Centered Travel Sites

1. Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historic Park Richmond, California Educational and interactive exhibits of Rosie the Riveter and World War II. Official Website 2. Jane Addams Hull House Museum Chicago, Illinois Hull House was a settlement house in the United States that was co-founded in 1889 by Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr. […]