Indiana’s history is full of fascinating ladies who were bold and audacious. Raise a glass to the renegade ladies of Indiana’s past.
- The wife of an Indiana’s founding father who made sure free education went into the state constitution
- Indiana’s best-known leader for women’s suffrage
- The entrepreneur who took her hair care business to another level
- The radical group who said women deserved equal pay
At Women Behaving Badly, you’ll weave your way through the History Center to meet these and other renegade ladies while enjoying themed snacks and local drinks.
$20 | $16 member | $25 at the door.
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