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Frances Harper

It’s the start of Suffrage month and there are 5 gal-pals joined over Zoom this time to celebrate the 19th Amendment. Edan is up first talking about the African-American poet who has an Indiana connection to the Suffrage movement.  Show Notes We’re back on Zoom so that means the YouTube has live video of our […]

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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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Opening Night of the Gal’s Guide Library

Join us for a historic evening as we host the opening night of the Gal’s Guide Library, the first women’s history library in America where you can browse the books the stacks and check out a book. Browse our collection of over 1,600 women’s history books. Sign up for a library account and be the […]

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Wangari Maathai

The first episode in our new research theme of African gals! Bonnie starts us off with a nice little tree-planting gal who wanted to create jobs and plant trees but she was cursed by her government and was hit list! Learn about this amazing gal who not only survived her government but was the first […]

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Library Pop-Up Crowdfunder

Let’s Make History!!! ​ We are starting an epic crowdfunder to open the first independent women’s history library in the United States! Can you believe there isn’t a women’s history library where you can browse the stacks and check out a book?! With your help, we can change that! Gal’s Guide has collected over 1,300 […]

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Volunteer at Gal’s Guide!

We need your help! Gal’s Guide is a 100% volunteer staff. We are a small organization with a big history-making mission. We’ve built the first lending-library of women’s history in the United States. We need gals and guys to help catalog our collection, prep the collection for lending, search for books, research gals, develop programs, […]

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2020 Board Elections

Want to be part of history? Want to help fulfill Gal’s Guide mission to build the first independent women’s history library? We are seeking 2-3 new Gal’s Guide board members at large. Our board of directors have a three-year term with Gal’s Guide and can be re-elected. There are two types of board members, members […]

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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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2019 Board Elections

Our board of directors have a three-year term with Gal’s Guide and can be re-elected. There are two types of board members, members at large and officers. All board members are cheerleaders and representatives of Gal’s Guide. They are also our look-out captains to make sure Gal’s Guide is fulfilling its mission and not missing any […]

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December Meeting

Kim Thatcher will take center stage to lead us on various fun and easy theater games. We’ll be learning how a seemingly normal sentence has a different meaning depending on the emotion behind it. Thursday, December 27 7pm-9pm Barley Island 639 Conner Street Noblesville, IN 46060 map