Categories
Events Library Outreach

Gal’s Guide NaNo

November 2020 Gal’s Guide will be hosting a NaNoWriMo group online and in-person meetings. Granted, because we focus on women’s history, we hope you are writing about bad-ass women of history however we welcome all into our group. If you are new to NaNoWriMo it stands for National Novel Writing Month and the challenge is […]

Categories
books Events Library Short Story Club social distancing Support Systems

Short Story Club – May

New Gal’s Guide Program! We’re hosting an online discussion with a hand-picked short story by your fearless leader, Katie Harris. All stories will be by female authors and feature a drink cocktail recipe that pairs with the story. May 3 – “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Available on Project Gutenberg May 10 – […]

Categories
Library Support Systems

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, […]

Categories
Events Movies Outreach

Captain Marvel – Movie Screening & Discussion

Come See Captain Marvel and then join Gal’s Guide for a geek-fueled discussion following. Saturday, March 8 Goodrich Quality Theater – Hamilton 16 13825 Norell Rd. Noblesville, IN 46060 12:05pm Showtime (careful there is a 12:05AM showtime as well) We recommend buying your tickets ahead of time from Goodrich. Gal’s Guide is not responsible for […]

Categories
Art Events History

March Meeting – Women’s History Month

Updated: Our speaker Dr. Leah Leach is having health issues and needed to take care of herself however, we are still meeting. New topic is…. In going along the Women’s History Month, March 28, is going to be an interactive night where we are calling on everyone to participate and bring in ONE COOL THING […]

Categories
Black History Events History

February Meeting – Genealogy, DNA & Black History

Edan returns! Last February Edan Evans de Roziere rocked the crowd and presented about Genealogy with a Black history and self-purpose spotlight. This year think of it as Part 2: DNA. She’ll talk about what different DNA tests offer and how they can help bridge the racial divide as well as build our own sense […]

Categories
Art Events History Painting

January Meeting – Painters

Brush up on your art history.   Join your gal, Bonnie in a discussion about the ladies of painting and art, with pictures!   Ladies include Artemisia Gentileschi, Frida Khalo, the Guerrilla Girls and more.   At the meeting, Gal’s Guide will be giving away one copy of Bonnie’s awesome Women’s History Calendar. Must be […]

Categories
Craft Events

Final Cross Stitch Meetup

Cross stitch nights are tying off. We’ve had a long run and a ton of caffeinated fun. We’re getting the Stitches together for one last cross stitch meetup before setting our sisters and brothers out into the world to pattern and stitch in the wild – like nature intended. We’ll have a final batch of […]

Categories
Events Theater

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

Categories
Events History STEM

October Meeting

What do galaxy rotations and XY chromosomes have in common? They were both discovered by gals! Dr. Leah Leach will be our presenter this month tell us the fantastic stories and insights of historic gals of STEM. We’re back at Barley! Thursday, October 25 7pm-9pm Barley Island 639 Conner Street Noblesville, IN 46060 map Facebook […]