Wonder Family Day

tue14may10:00 amtue5:00 pmWonder Family Day

Event Details

Wonder Family Day is the day we invite families who would like to learn more about Wonder Homeschool Day to come observe and participate with us. It is also the evening of our Living Theater Experience, which highlights a specific time period in history through theater. Below is a quick overview of the day:

  • Guests should expect to attend the entire Family Day event. The day is based on a modified version of Wonder’s regular Homeschool Day in order for families to experience as many classes as possible.
  • Guests will have an opportunity to join in during classes and different activities throughout the day.
  • Watch performances from our band, orchestra, recorder, choir, ASL signing choir, dance, theater, and littles ensembles.
  • For families interested in learning a new instrument, we will have an Instrument Fair in the morning.
  • Please bring a cold-lunch & easy snacks for your family.
  • Guests can attend the scheduled Q&A sessions.


  • Morning
    • Welcome and Prayer
    • Classes (ASL Signing Choir, Music Foundations, Band, Orchestra, Musictime – Little Movers, Little Shakers, Music Makers for 0-7)
    • Instrument Fair
    • Overview + Q&A
    • 12:00pm Family Day Concert
  • Lunch
  • Afternoon
    • Classes (Choir, Dance, Art, Theater, Discovery)
    • Overview + Q&A
    • Living Theater Experience (4:00pm)
  • Evening
    • Living Theater Experience: Great Depression Period (6:00pm & 7:00pm)

Free admission. Registration Required.



Q: What time is check-in?
A: Check-in is from 9:15-9:45am. There is no designated check-in time per family, though we suggest planning to check-in at the following time to support families with younger children:

  • 9:15 am – families with children ONLY 8Y+ by September 1st
  • 9:30 am – families with children ONLY infant-7Y by September 1st
  • For families with children infant-18Y by September 1st, we suggest arriving during the earlier check-in time

Q: I have a schedule conflict, can I still attend the event if I need to arrive late or leave early?
A: Yes, if you have a schedule conflict, you can still attend the event. Upon your arrival, you will be checked-in and directed to the proper class or activity. If you miss the Q&A session, we can connect again after the event. If you miss the Instrument Fair (for students interested in learning a new instrument), you are welcome to attend a future Open House to complete one at a later time.

Q: My child does not have instrument experience. Is that okay?
A: Yes, our beginner instrument classes are for students with no prior experience on an instrument.

Q: What is the audition process for my student with instrument experience?
A: For students with prior experience on a band or orchestral instrument, a placement audition is required. Auditions are scheduled at the end of May and during the summer. The schedule will be posted when enrollment opens.

Q: Is there a minimum age for my child to learn an instrument?
A: Students must be 9+ to play a band or orchestral instrument (baritone, french horn, trombone, trumpet/cornet, tuba, percussion, bassoon, clarinet, flute, oboe, saxophone, upright bass, cello, viola, violin)
A: Students must be 7+ to play the recorder
A: For children 7 and younger, our early childhood music classes introduce our youngest students to a variety of musical instruments and are designed to provide a developmentally appropriate music foundation for children (age infant-7).

Q: What are the lunch options?
A: In addition to bringing a cold lunch, we suggest packing 2 snacks for the day for each family member.


(Tuesday) 10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church (Community Center Building)

10000 E Belleview Ave


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