Camps

Camp at CMON promotes discovery and experiential learning through daily STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) activities. Campers imagine, design, and connect to the world around them. Ignite your child’s curiosity and fuel their learning.

Campers will engage in exciting activities like creating works of art, testing scientific skills, making new friends, and more! Campers will also spend time exploring in the museum.

Camp hours for all camp dates are 9:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m., with early drop-off starting at 8:30 a.m.

Child at Camp

Single Day Camps

Age Range: Grades K-5

CMON invites K-5 students to attend one day camps on the following out-of-school dates:

  • Friday, March 22, 2024

Pricing

1 Day: $125


Spring Break Camp

Age Range: Grades K-5

CMON invites K-5 students to attend camp for Spring Break on March 11-15, 2024.

Pricing

$425


Summer Camp

Registration for members opens on 3/1. Member Presale with discounted pricing is 3/1-3/14. Registration opens to the general public on 3/15.

Age Range: Grades K-5

Pricing:

5 Day $425/$375* *discounted member pricing
4 Day $350/$300* *discounted member pricing

Summer Camp Themes

June 3-7, Week 1: Music and Movement: Come explore various styles of music to dance, move, wiggle and jump to! Campers will create their own instruments, use a variety of cultural instruments to make music, and hear special performances from local artists. Kids will listen to and create their own music and celebrate with styles from around the world.

June 10-14, Week 2: World Explorers: Do you want to know more about the world we live in? Come to CMON’s World Explorers camp to see, hear, touch, taste and feel all kinds of world cultural experiences. Discover how other cultures and kids are similar and uniquely different from ourselves. Pack your passports and be ready for an adventure.

June 17-21, Week 3: CMON into Outer Space: We are ready to blast off into a week of exciting interstellar explorations. Come discover all kinds of space related activities and dream about a trip to Mars. We are going to zoom to the moon and beyond. Join us as we test gravity, explore the planets, and gaze at the stars.

June 24-28, Week 4: Art Around the World: Experience the world and connect various cultures through art. The creative process will provide your child with invaluable insight through expression and develop cultural awareness. Campers will explore using a variety of artistic mediums, such as visual art through drawing, painting, sculpting, and more.

July 1-3, 5 (4 Day Camp ONLY) Week 5: Kitchen Chemistry: This week join us in the CMON “kitchen” where we are going to explore the science of cooking and baking. Campers will investigate the physical and chemical changes that occur when we mix ingredients. Each day our campers will be engaged in food-based investigations and activities involving edible ingredients. Bon appetit!

July 8-12, Week 6-Ocean Commotion: CMON and explore the deep ocean blue with us. This week we are diving into ocean life big and small. Do you know what lives under the sea? Sharks, whales, fish, and even a manatee. Let’s dive in as we discover the mystery of them all through science and sensory investigations, while learning how to protect their future too.

July 15-19, Week 7-CMON on Stage: Come explore the fundamentals of acting, singing, improv, working in an ensemble, and other core skills that build confidence and an appreciation for the arts. Learn theater techniques, how to collaborate with other actors, develop characters, set a scene, make costumes and more.

July 22-26, Week 8-Bubbling Beakers: Testing the scientific method and chemical reactions is only just the beginning in our Bubble Beakers camp. We’ll use real laboratory equipment and dissect our way through a week’s worth of experiments, awe inspiring observations, and, of course, safely blow a few things up!

July 29-August 2, Week 9: The Olympics: The Olympic Games are a worldwide competition that celebrate skills, sportsmanship, and the global community. We’ll gather together for an opening ceremony on Monday and a closing ceremony on Friday. Active play each day will improve the ability to regulate emotions and build resiliency. Let’s join together to experience teamwork, friendly competition, and tons of fun.


General Information

Snack included (Children with food allergies should bring their own snack)

What to wear and bring:
Campers should wear comfy clothes fit for a day of play and exploration and sneakers with closed toed shoes. Past camper? Wear your summer camp t-shirt to show off your CMON pride! Bring a spare change of clothes– in case kids get wet outside, have accident, etc. including shirt, shorts, socks, undergarments. Remember to pack lunch and a water bottle.

Camper Parent/Guidelines
Sick children are not permitted in camp.

Refund policy:

Summer camp

  • Summer camp registration fees are non-refundable. 
  • For families needing to cancel a summer camp reservation more than 30 days prior to the camp’s start date, credit will be given to be used for a maximum of one year from the date of purchase. These credited funds can only be used for alternate CMON camps (as long as there is space available) as well as CMON memberships and birthday parties.
  • No credits will be issued after the child has attended camp or for any absences.

Single day camps and other weekly camps (Fall, Winter and Spring)

  • 100% refunds will be granted if the camp cancellation is requested via email 30 days prior to the first day of camp.
  • 50% refunds will be granted if the camp cancellation is requested via email at least 2 weeks prior to the start of the registered camp.
  • In cases of illness, partial refunds may be considered for medical circumstances, with written explanation by a medical professional. Parents/guardians are encouraged to communicate with CMON as soon as they are aware of the child’s illness, in order to be considered for a partial refund. Extenuating circumstances such as a death in the family will also be considered for partial refund.
  • No refunds will be granted for children who do to not show up for camp.