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Women of Greek Myths

Beware of spit takes while listening to this episode! It takes us four ridiculous tries to start the show before going into a biblical story rant about Leah’s namesake, Debbi turning people into stone, and Bonnie whippin’ out her college thesis on us tell us her comical list of complaints of Greek (and Roman) women […]

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Juneteenth Read IN

Gal’s Guide Library is hosting a Juneteenth Read-IN. Invoking the spirit of civil rights sit-ins, the Gal’s Guide Library will be facilitating a space and books for people of all ages and ethnicities to come and sit and read a book about the African American experience. Bring a book. Borrow a book.Non Fiction or Fiction.Sit […]

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Hope Jahren

The gal pals get really excited talk about their favorite childhood tree! Then Katie brings us up to speed on the amazing work of Geobiologist, Hope Jahren. Hope is the author of two books Lab Girl and our book club pick The Story of More. Learn about this Minnesota gal and her superpower for the […]

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Environment Gal's Guide Podcast Gardening History Science STEM

Inge Lehmann

The Gal Pals talk about their adventures in recycling, fickle pickles, and the Danish Semiologist, Inge Lehmann. Journey with us to the lady who discovered what is in the enter of the Earth – with science! Show Notes & Extras Gal Pals this month are Bonnie Fillenwarth, Katie Harris, Rebecca Berfanger and Leah Leach Leah […]

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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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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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2021 Calendar

Gal’s Guide is more than a library. It’s a portal to read, learn, and create. Here are our events in 2021. January – Rebel Gals Month 14 Book Club – Untamed by Glennon Doyle (online) 28 Book Club – Untamed by Glennon Doyle (online) Gal’s Guide Podcast: Monday’s Audiobook Kristin Lavransdatter: Friday’s February – Black […]

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Corina Newsome

Amy tells us all about @Hood_Naturalist, Corina Newsome. Corina is not only a biologist who studies sparrows in Georgia but she is one of the founders of #BlackBirdersWeek. Amy also name drops many Black superstar scientists with socials who are making science much more inclusive and downright joyful!  Show Notes This month our Gal Pals […]

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Galentine’s Day 2021

Ladies celebrating Ladies! We’re going to help each other reconnect with our own inner queen. We’ll learn about amazing queens of history and give you a personal mantra for the year ahead. Get that crown ready. Register Now