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WomIN’s Fest Retreat Returns in August

The fourth annual Indiana WomIN’s Fest Retreat will take place August 23 to 25 at Bradford Woods, located only 45 minutes southwest of Indianapolis. This event is presented by a grass roots, volunteer-run organization focused on equality and feminism and whose mission is to “support, empower and inspire women and girls for a better future.”

This unique, inclusive, three-day getaway takes place in a beautiful natural setting. Participants connect, explore women’s community and issues, learn and grow through peer-led workshops, hiking, share delicious community meals, and relax in the evenings with campfires and live entertainment. Modern cabins are available or participants may camp under the stars.

For more information, visit WomINsFest.com or Facebook and Instagram @wominsfest.

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