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CMON Holiday Hours
Thank you for choosing to visit CMON as part of your family’s holiday activities!
To allow our staff to have time with their own families, CMON will be closing at
1 PM on December 24th and December 31st, and will not be open for business
on December 25th and January 1st.
Upcoming Events at CMON
Would you like to help the little ones in your life get into the giving spirit? It’s the
last call for the Naples Kidz Toy Drive, and your donations can make a difference!
Please bring unwrapped toys, books, and other presents to the donation boxes
under the CMON holiday trees to give deserving families an all-expenses-paid
holiday shopping experience. We appreciate your donations!
Donations are being collected December 6th, so this is your last chance to help
CMON spread holiday cheer!
Join CMON and Miss Elaina, Mini Buddhas yoga instructor, on
Sunday, December 10th from 9:15-9:45. Yoga has many benefits
for children through the mind-body connection. Class registration
is per child (with 1 parent included). Check-in begins at the front
desk at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday, December 10th 9:15-9:45 a.m.
Want to bring the yoga studio home with you? The CMON
Museum Store carries Just Play by E. Co yoga and meditation
kits, designed by Miss Elaina to make every opportunity for play
an opportunity to get in tune with your body. Perfect for holiday
Still looking for that perfect holiday gift for the kid who has it all?
Give them the gift that keeps giving – a year of play at CMON!
Gift memberships are available online and at the front desk. For
the month of December claim a gift for giving a gift when you
purchase a gift membership in person. Winter themed gift
certificates and packaging are available are also available for
Need a beautiful gift this holiday season? Join us at Kendra Scott
Waterside Shops for a give-back event complete with sips and
sweets from 3:00-5:00 on Sunday, December 10th OR shop online
all day on December 10th or 11th and use code GIVEBACK-EIUHW!
Thank you to all our patrons who bought tickets to our sold out
Jingle Bell Bash, and a special thank you to our amazing sponsors
who made the party possible! CMON appreciates you all.
Register Now for Winter and Spring Programing
Our popular Art Workshop series is continuing with many January dates!
Join us on
All winter and spring Art Workshop sessions are now on sale.
Register for one class, or sign up for them all!
Your 7 – 10 year old artist will love these varied and engaging
classes. All students will create a take-home work of art at each
session. $20 registration fee per class for non-members, $10 for
Rainbowdance is returning soon!
If you missed these 45-minute classes full of music and movement,
not to worry – Spring classes are available for registration. CMON
now offers Rainbowdance for three age groups:
-Ages 0-5 on Monday mornings between
January 13th and May 8th, 2024
-Grades K – 2 on Monday afternoons between
January 8th and February 26th, 2024
-Grades 3 – 5 on Monday afternoons between
April 1st and May 13, 2024.
All sessions are now available for registration online.
$25 for non members, $20 for members.
Spring sessions of Mini Wonders are available now for registration.
Cmon’s Mini Wonders Workshops are set up to help your child be-
come kindergarten ready. Our CMON Educators closely follow the
guidelines set out by our local school districts and child develop-
ment advocates to guide your young ones to practice essential
skills that enable the transition from PreK or home-based learn-
ing to a formal kindergarten classroom.
Classes are free for members, and $10 for non-members.
Spring Break Is Coming Up Fast
Spring Break is coming up fast, and our Spring Break and Single Day
spring camps are ready for registration! Registration will open for non-
members on December 8th.
For more information and to register, check out the Camps page on
We are Hiring!
Thank you for your interest in working at CMON!
We are hiring Museum Educators to join our Education Team.
The museum educator is responsible for developing, implementing,
and teaching CMON educational programs for children within age
range 0-10 and their families. These education programs happen in
the museum and in the community. The Museum Educator is responsible
for developing unique, hands-on, inquiry-based programs and curricula
that serve a diverse community.