- Have members of your household go on a wonder hunt. Explore your neighborhood as if seeing it for the very first time. Make a list of wonders you discover that you have never seen before.
- Organize a poetry reading in your community. Concentrate on works from "wonder" poets such as Mary Oliver and Gary Snyder.
- Volunteer to be a guide for visitors to a botanical garden, a zoo, or an art museum, places known to evoke wonder.
- In many cultures, rituals are built around natural events that bring out people's wonder: a full moon, the annual meteor showers, blossoming trees and flowers in the spring. Plan a community-wide celebration of one such event. For example, encourage people to picnic under flowering trees in bloom or to gather in silence to gaze at the full moon.