Come discover and support emerging hip-hop artists on "The Platform", hosted by GP's favorite Soul Reflect at Hill Valley Cafe & Coffee every second Saturday. The Girlpond Shop & Bookshelf and Z Amore will stay open for night shopping. Sarah Penn will be offering mini-tarot card readings - 15 min for $25. Let's turn up the love!
FEmnFEST is an unapologetically feminist festival brought to YOU by a team of womxn-identified bosses.
A weekend of music, art, workshops, education, film, and connection.
The festival starts Friday September 21th and runs through Saturday the 22th in downtown Duluth in/around Sacred Heart Music and Arts Center.
Three stage-areas will inhabit the downtown area. Amidst the musical and educational activities, there will be a maze of various womxn-owned vendors, artists, and art installations.
In it's second year, FEmnFEST aims to bring folks together to enjoy ourselves, enrich ourselves, and connect as a community. This time with even more womxn. More feminism. More voices. More Sacred Heart. & even more accessible than before.
Friday 4:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Saturday 12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Art-A-Whirl is an open studio tour in Northeast Minneapolis. It’s a great opportunity to tour private artist studios and galleries, connect with the artists, and purchase original artwork. Over the last 23 years, it has become the largest open studio tour in the country. Art-A-Whirl takes place annually throughout Northeast Minneapolis, the third weekend of May.
This event is free and open to the public.
2018 DATES AND HOURS:
Friday, May 18th – 5:00-10:00 p.m.
Saturday, May 19th – Noon-8:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 20th – Noon-5:00 p.m.
Come celebrate Earth Day with Lou Lou of Loulure! Lou Lou is a wildly gifted, and prolific Minneapolis artist (painter, muralist, jewelry maker) who exhibits regularly at local establishments, art shows, and art crawls throughout the greater Twin Cities area.
12 pm-3 pm Meet Lou Lou, Mingle & Shop
1 pm "Women and Nature: A Call for Reclamation" , a brief talk by the artist
Loulure art will be available to purchase - paintings, prints and gift cards. Want to learn more about Loulure - Lou Lou's Art Business now? Visit www.loulure.com.
Light refreshments and prosecco will be provided.
The Girl on Girl Gameshow is back!
Join the Scavos for another POWERFUL night of Sapphic hygge, healing and laughter! Come eat, drink and have loads of fun with us at the fantastic Chef Shack Ranch!
Three volunteer “couples” compete by answering GP original questions created to challenge and celebrate Sapphic & Queer relationships. Three couples compete to show that they are the most honest and knowledgeable about themselves and each other. The most in sync couple WINS the Grand Prize!
The real prize is shared by all: The Girl on Girl Game Show gives the contestants and the audience the rare opportunity to expressly display, flaunt, relish and share the magic and strength of our relationships in a safe space.
4pm-5:30pm Game Time! Interested in being a contestant couple? You need to hurry - spots fill up quickly! Read about what is involved and how to apply here.
Tickets $10 at the door.
All GP events are lesbian, bi, trans, queer-loving.
Follow the event on Facebook for updates here.
Co-presented by The Quatrefoil Library The Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection in Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Studies.
The popular annual get-together of women writers and their fans returns Sunday, March 18. Hear from novelists, poets, essayists and short story writers in literary fiction, creative non-fiction, sci-fi, fantasy, essay, Young Adult and romance.
The free reading at The Elmer L. Andersen library is followed by a chance to meet the authors, get books signed and browse the Girlpond Pop-Up Shop.
Authors in attendance will be:
Catherine Friend, Catherine Lundoff, M B Panichi, Melanie Hoffert, Rachel Gold, Stephanie Maari Booker.
To help reduce our supply of surplus books, we will offer thousands of volumes at unbeatable prices: $1 for paperbacks (or 12 books for $10) and $2 for hardcover books (6 for $10). Excluded are large-format, art and photo books.
If you have never been to Quatrefoil Library, this is a great opportunity to stop in, shop for some books, take a tour, and buy a membership ($40 annually for individuals, $25 for students).