Learn to swing dance or draw! The Boston Center for Adult Education has $10 classes.
One of the best Boston eco-gifts I got was from my brother and sister-in-law, a one-year membership to the Trustees of Reservations. Who wouldn’t want free and reduced admission to beautiful sites around the state.
For many years I volunteered at Club Passim and hold a sweet spot for it in my heart. Take your friends or sweetheart out for the 3rd Annual Celebration of Wintery Songs in Eleventy Part Harmony.
I couldn’t do a gift guide without something from Etsy. How about MBTA token cufflinks? Handmade, public transportation, and Boston pride- a trifecta of awesomeness.
Need a stocking stuffer? This upcycled MBTA map luggage tag will keep your luggage safe.
What else are my friends giving or asking for? Karyn asked for a Zipcar gift certificate, Andrea wants a gift card to Dave’s Fresh Pasta’s pasta making classes, Isaure said the A.R.T. has some interesting shows coming up, and Liz recommended gift cards to City Wine Tours.
About the green blog
Helping Boston live a greener, more environmentally friendly life.
Christopher Reidy covers business for the Globe.
Doug Struck covers environmental issues from Boston.
Glenn Yoder produces Boston.com's Lifestyle pages.
Eric Bauer is site architect of Boston.com.
Bennie DiNardo is the Boston Globe's deputy managing editor/multimedia.
Dara Olmsted is a local sustainability professional focusing on green living.