The short winter days offer a great time to feed a hunger for curiosity and knowledge! Whether you choose to gift a book, or take someone out to learn about science and art, you can truly make the season bright with those new neural connections.
1. Get Informed
Snag a copy of 1984 or Silent Spring for your bookworm friend and add to their ever-growing collection of important books! Head over to Half Price Books and browse thousands of titles and authors for the perfect read for that special someone. Click here to save 20% on your next purchase.
2. Cultivate Their Interests
If you know someone who’s got a green thumb and they’re without gardens to tend this winter, help them expand their knowledge in preparation for the upcoming spring. There’s plenty of time to read, so head over to Tilth Alliance and get a handful of books to keep their plant love alive during the dormancy months. Click here to save $4 on Tilth Alliance’s Maritime Northwest Garden Guide.
4. Ignite the Spark Within
Inspire the inner artisan in a friend or relative when you take them to learn new fine arts skills at Pratt Fine Arts Center. Choose from classes on metalworking, woodworking, and many more skills they’ve always wanted to learn. Click here to save 20% on a holiday class or workshop.
5. Never Stop Wondering
Get out of the rain and learn about our natural world and beyond at the Pacific Science Center! Take an avid learner in your life to explore their permanent and temporary exhibits. Click here to get two admission tickets for the price of one.