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Get Outside of Your Den with these Holiday Gift Ideas

"We believe that the best holiday presents involve creating experiences and memories with those you care about. " - Outside the Den

Published December 7, 2013 in Culture      1 Comments    Open printer friendly version of this article Print Article



Cultural Explorations



Public Art – Explore your local street art and other public art scene! Do some research on murals, monuments, sculptures, and installations and create a map for your gift recipient. Grab a disposable camera (or your phone) and capture all of your findings. (If you are in Jacksonville, check out the Jax Mural Project).



Local Museum Membership – Membership at a museum usually provides many more benefits than admission to the museum, from special access to events to a discount in the shop for their own gift hunting. Many museums rely on purchased memberships to keep promoting rich local culture, so by supporting yours you ensure that it can grow and improve with the community itself.




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1 Comments

sheclown

December 07, 2013, 12:34:48 PM
Great ideas.  Here's some more:

Sustainable Springfield has "cooking in season" classes which I have given as gifts.  Very fun and it helps a local non-profit.

 http://www.sustainablespringfield.net/cooking-in-season-classes.html

Renee Parenteau studios in Springfield will make your loved one feel like a movie star --

http://www.reneeparenteauphoto.com/

The possibilities are endless for shopping and giving locally. 
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