Featured products for Christmas and Hanukkah 2021 provided by Seattle shops and businesses. Sponsored products supplied by the stores or companies listed.

David Morgan Hummingbird Necklace

A hummingbird in flight is a glorious sight — yet they never hold still long enough to properly admire them. Not so with this 1-3/4-inch by 1-1/4-inch bird — the local company’s most popular critter in its bronze line. It hangs from an antiqued sterling silver chain, complemented with Heishi beads and polished stones. A toggle clasp secures the 20-inch chain. Matching earrings are also available. $150 at David Morgan (Bothell)

An Evening with Fran Lebowitz, hosted by David Schmader 

In Fran Lebowitz’s long-awaited (and COVID-delayed) return to Benaroya Hall, she will share her insightful and acerbic social commentary, discuss her hit Netflix series “Pretend It’s a City,” chat with Seattle favorite David Schmader, a former Stranger columnist, and field audience questions. Feb. 27, 2022. $33–$54 at benaroyahall.org 

David Sedaris workshop readings   

David Sedaris returns to Seattle’s Broadway Performance Hall for a weeklong series of “workshop” readings as he puts the finishing touches on the manuscript of his next new book. With only 295 seats, BPH will give audiences the opportunity to be up-close-and-personal with David as he polishes the final draft of his June 2022 book of essays, “Happy-Go-Lucky.” Jan. 5–11, 2022. $52 at sedaris.boldtypetickets.com  

Book-It Repertory Theatre Subscription

Book-It will move from audio dramas back to in-person theater this season, and you can can tailor your gift with one of three subscription packages: a full-season package of two audio dramas and three in-person performances; the in-person performances only; or the audio performances only. Audio performances include a two-part telling of “The Three Musketeers” and in-person plays include “Beowulf” and Amy Tan’s “The Bonesetter’s Daughter.” Audio packages $40, in-person packages starting at $82 at book-it.org

An Evening with Neil Gaiman  

“I make things up and write them down” is the way Neil Gaiman describes his varied art. Today, as one of the most celebrated, bestselling writers of our time, his popular and critically acclaimed works bend genres while reaching audiences of all ages. In this always-changing and fresh live event, he will tell stories and read stories, answer questions, and in his own words “amaze, befuddle and generally delight. It will be fun and odd and not like any other evening with Neil Gaiman.” May 1, 2022. $41–$65 at benaroyahall.org

An Evening with Yotam Ottolenghi, hosted by Bethany Jean Clement 

For internationally acclaimed chef, writer and restaurateur Yotam Ottolenghi, food is about more than what we eat. It is about joy, pleasure and surprise. It is about a sense of place and home. It is about commonality and bringing people together. The perfect Mother’s Day date for you and your mom! Join Ottolenghi and Seattle Times food writer Bethany Jean Clement for a free-wheeling conversation about his career, passions and future. May 8, 2022. $38–$60 at benaroyahall.org

DeLille Cellars D2 & Olive Oil Gift Set 

This elegant gift box contains a bottle of the lauded 2018 D2 red blend that features 16% Red Mountain cabernet and notes of mocha and milk chocolate. The wine, which scored a 96 from Seattle Wine Awards, is paired with premium Durant Extra Virgin Olive Oil, creating an ideal host gift or addition to a holiday feast. $85 at DeLille Cellars (Woodinville) and delillecellars.com. Use code STHOLIDAY for 15% off through Dec. 31.

Oki Golf 2022 Platinum Players Card

Give six rounds of golf, cart included, at any of Oki’s eight public courses courses, any day of the week, any time of day, with this pass. Clubs span from Indian Summer Golf & Country Club in Olympia up to Harbour Pointe Golf Club in Mukilteo. Get a bonus round with a Platinum Card purchase from Nov. 25–29. $429 at okigolf.com/players-card

Paula’s Choice 25% AHA + 2% BHA Exfoliant Peel

An Allure 2021 Best of Beauty Winner for Best Peel, this locally developed formula uses AHA to smooth wrinkles and refine the skin’s texture, while BHA unclogs and decongests enlarged pores. They’ll be left with soft, glowing skin for holiday pictures and the new year. $39 at paulaschoice.com

“Paul Hayden Kirk and the Rise of Northwest Modern” 

Share the story of Pacific Northwest modern design with this beautifully illustrated new hardcover book by Dale Kutzera about architect Paul Hayden Kirk. The influential designer overcame polio and the Red Scare to design hundreds of buildings in the region, including the Dowell Residence, often cited as one of Seattle’s best dwellings. The book includes color and black-and-white photographs and vintage architectural drawings of the influential works. $65 at paulhaydenkirk.com

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Copacino+Fujikado x Wing Luke Museum Antiracist Foodie Enamel Pin Set

Adorable designs and funny food puns — antiracist as pho, dump racism — adorn these enamel pins made for the Wing Luke Museum. And magnetic backs, rather than pins, mean you can wear them on anything. $30 at Wing Luke Museum’s Marketplace (International District)

ArtsWest 5-Play Subscription  

Give the gift of live, professional theater with this package that lets recipients choose performance dates based on their schedule. Each subscription includes one ticket to five productions held January through August 2022, including world premiere dark comedy “Monsters of the American Cinema” and world premiere adventure dramedy “miku, and the gods.” All five shows in the 2022 schedule are new to the Seattle area and include comedy, drama and musicals. $84–$180 at ArtsWest (West Seattle) and artswest.org

Auction of Washington Wines Bid for Bottles online auction

Bid on one-of-a-kind bottles pulled from the AWW cellar, as well as from verticals donated by wineries and magnums made for a party. With more than 100 lots to choose from, you are sure to find a gift worthy of giving (even if it’s a gift to yourself). Proceeds benefit WSU’s wine science research and AWW’s Industry Grant program. Bidding runs from Nov. 30 to Dec. 5. Starting at $70 at b4b2021.ggo.bid/bidding

“Puget Sound Orca” by Heidi Barnett 

“Puget Sound Orca” by artist Heidi Barnett is an acrylic palette knife painting that measures 8 inches by 12 inches, including the frame. This piece is a part of Parklane Gallery’s Winter Show of Miniatures and Small Works that runs through Jan. 2. Shop online for free standard shipping to continental U.S. destinations. $275 at Parklane Gallery (Kirkland) and parklanegallery.org/ws21  

Gargoyles Statuary Irving Corbel

Inspired by one of the famous gargoyles at the historic 81 Irving Place building in New York City, this fearsome (but kind of cute) monster was sculpted from plaster in Seattle by local artist Ben Issit. At 11 inches tall, the classic creature can serve as an indoor wall corbel or bookend. $42 at Gargoyles Statuary (University District) and gargoylestatuary.com

“Golden Boy” by Linda Rossin 

Artist Linda Rossin’s “Golden Boy” is a miniature acrylic painting measuring 5.75 inches by 5.75 inches, including the frame. This piece is a part of Parklane Gallery’s Winter Show of Miniatures and Small Works that runs through Jan. 2. Shop online for free standard shipping to continental U.S. destinations. $825 at Parklane Gallery (Kirkland) and parklanegallery.org/ws21

Gargoyles Statuary Octopus Coffee Mug 

Elevate their maritime mornings with this washable glass mug that features a beautifully crafted bronze-resin octopus wrapped around the outside. It stands 5 inches high and features a cleverly placed tentacle that serves as a handle. $28 at Gargoyles Statuary (University District) and gargoylestatuary.com

Westland Distillery American Single Malt Whiskey

Westland’s award-winning whiskeys, made in Seattle for over a decade, are the perfect gift for the connoisseur in your life. Visit the Washington state online shop and use the code STGIFTGUIDE for free shipping on all orders through Dec. 31, including on the company’s commemorative Kraken bottle. $60 and up at Westland Distillery (Sodo) and shop.westlanddistillery.com

Boon Boona Coffee Rum Barrel-Aged Turihamwe Coffee

This new coffee roast for the holidays comes from a farm in northern Burundi that is women-owned and -operated. The green coffee beans are aged in repurposed rum barrels and absorb sweet, rich notes of vanilla, dark brown sugar and oak. They’re then roasted in Renton. $23 at Boon Boona Coffee (Seattle and Renton) and boonboonacoffee.com

UnCruise Adventures Gift Card 

Give the gift of adventure cruising on the local company’s small boats, which offer an intimate, enriching experience that prioritizes sustainability, authenticity and active exploration to Alaska, Mexico, the Galapagos Islands and more. An UnCruise gift card can be applied toward an adventure or used at the online gift shop for travel gear and inspiration. $50–$1,500 at uncruise.com

Paula’s Choice Clinical Niacinamide 20% Treatment

Gift glowing skin to anyone on your list with this ultra-concentrated treatment made by Seattle-based skin care brand, Paula’s Choice. It’s formulated with 20% niacinamide, a smart ingredient that visibly tightens enlarged pores, smooths bumpy texture and improves blotchy tone for a youthful, radiant-looking complexion. $48 at paulaschoice.com