Travel down the rabbit hole with Alice and the Missoula Children's Theatre in this pint-sized adaptation of Lewis Carroll's famous story. The performance features more than 50 local children navigating their way through the mysterious world of Wonderland. Sat 1 p.m., 3:30 p.m.
Skiing should be a rite of passage for all Colorado kids, and this program is committed to making that happen. Have a fifth grader who is new to the slopes? If they are enrolled in the Passport Program and haven't tried out skiing or snowboarding before, they'll also get a free lesson and rental package to give skiing and snowboarding a go. Valid at multiple resorts.
Bringing a story to the stage really does make it come alive—especially when there are flying special effects and hordes of pirates involved. Don't let your kid miss their chance to travel to Never Neverland with Peter, Tinker Bell, and the infamous Captain Hook in this theater performance that brings the classic tale to life. Days, times vary.
Young rock stars should grab their instruments for four days of intensive rock instruction. The camp welcomes students of all levels and accelerates their learning curve with private and group lessons, songwriting and music theory education, and live-performance coaching. All of the hardwork culminates in a student-produced live show. Age 7-18. Thu-Sun, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Princess Sofia learns what it takes to be a real princess, while Jake and the Neverland Pirates battle Captain Hook in this new live theater performance. Complete with special effects and appearances by Cinderella and Peter Pan, your kiddo will be captivated by this action-packed show that brings his or her favorite Disney characters
Children from all over the state come to Denver each year to be part of the Denver Young Artists Orchestra and play with professionals from the Colorado Symphony. Promising musicians often go on to become members of America's most prestigious ensembles. Sun 2:30 p.m.
If you're looking for a way to spend time with your all-too-independent preteen, here's a solution. Featuring eight of America's best young tap dancers, this compelling performance delves into teenage love, the anticipation of a first big dance, and the mounting pressure of high school graduation. Sat 2 p.m., 6 p.m.
Trade in 2-by-4's for preztle sticks and dry wall for gingerbread. Gather up the whole family to piece together an architectural masterpiece ode to the holidays. Don't fret about shopping for all the details as Cook Street provides the icing and an array of sugary decorations. Dipping and tasting all the building materials will be balanced with a lunch for each crew and wine for the grown-ups.
Your little prince or princess will watch, laugh, and cheer on four of his or her favorite Disney princesses— Ariel, Belle, Repunzel, and Merida—as they each perform the movies' most memorable songs and compete to be the next superstar on ice. Thu 7 p.m.; Fri 11 a.m., 7 p.m.; Sat-Sun 11 a.m., 3 p.m., 7 p.m.
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