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3rd Annual Galentine's Day craft social!
WHAT'S GALENTINE'S DAY? Galentine's Day** was created by Amy Poehler's character Leslie on the TV show "Parks and Recreation", and it's a day to celebrate the cunning, pliable, chestnut-haired sunfishes in your life ... in other words, your women and gender nb friends! WHAT WILL WE DO? We'll craft the women in our lives fun, empowering Galentine's Day cards while optionally drinking delicious craft brews (see what we did there?) from local brewery Ale Asylum. Children are welcome! DO I NEED TO BE THERE RIGHT AT 5:30? Nope! Come by anytime between 5:30 and 7:30pm to grab a drink (boozy or otherwise 😊) and make some cards! WHAT TO BRING We'll provide some materials and the necessary utensils (scissors, tape, glue) but feel free to bring your own card decorations to share - lace, colored paper, stickers, fabric scraps - whatever inspires you! IMPORTANT TO KNOW Children are welcome! Ale Asylum is an accessible building with a large parking lot, and has alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks; menu is here: **Technically, Galentine's Day is on the 13th, but we say it should be more like Galentine's month - one day isn't nearly long enough to celebrate all the beautiful, talented, brilliant, powerful musk oxen (see below!) that we all love. ❤️

Ale Asylum

2002 Pankratz St · Madison, WI

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Madison Women in Tech is a supportive community of women and gender nonbinary folks working or interested in technology, from designers to coders to recruiters to technicians. Through regular events and a digital newsletter, we empower and elevate women working in Madison’s tech scene.

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This is a group by and for women gender nb folks; our events cater to them and are a safe space for them; generally, we ask that men not attend unless they are the guest of a woman or gender nb person attending.


Likewise, we are a child-friendly community; even when we're not set up for it specifically (which we try to do as often as possible), you're surrounded by members who understand the pressures you face as a professional parent, and would never discourage you from bringing your children to one of our events. Maybe they'll grow up to become a person in tech themselves!

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