We update our calendar daily to include upcoming kids’ events in Naples!
Always check the contact website of the event in case of cancellations or other changes.
“From mid-November through April the Third Street South Farmer’s Market resides directly on Third Street South between Broad Avenue South & 13th Avenue South. From May to November, find the Market in the Neapolitan parking lot between Third Street South and Gordon Drive. Year-round, the Third Street Farmer’s Market is open every Saturday morning from 7:30 until 11:30 a.m. The Market overflows with fresh produce, flowers, pastas, seafood, pastries & baked goods, prepared foods, jams, relishes, fresh roasted coffee and much more. Music, coffee, dog treats, and many other delights make the Third Street South Farmer’s Market perfect for grown-ups, children, dogs, and every other member of the family. Preview current vendors here.”
“Please call before attending any community events. It is likely that they will be postponed or canceled as a result of the coronavirus. You can find CDC coronavirus information at cdc.gov/coronavirus; AARP has additional resources at aarp.org/coronavirus.
Season: Year Round
Every Sunday, 9AM – 1PM
Location: Corner of Pine Ridge Road and Livingston Road”
Every Saturday from June 5 to August 7 one museum will host a free event featuring crafts, take home activities, special displays, or scavenger hunts that will focus on the themes of inventions and nature! School’s Out, Museums are IN Saturdays are great for kids of all ages, but especially for kids age 6-12. All School’s Out, Museums are IN Saturday events are from 10 am to 2 pm. Check out our list of dates and locations below:
Early Summer’s Theme: Inventions
June 5: Naples Depot Museum “Vehicular Ventures”
June 12: Collier Museum at Government Center “Boating Bonanza”
June 19: Immokalee Pioneer Museum at Roberts Ranch “Pioneering Inventions”
June 26: Marco Island Historical Museum “Calusa Creativity”
July 3: Museum of the Everglades “Tamiami Trailblazing”
Late Summer’s Theme: Nature
July 10: Naples Depot Museum “Tigons and Ligers and Bears—Oh my!”
July 17: Collier Museum at Government Center “Mosquito Musings”
July 24: Immokalee Pioneer Museum at Roberts Ranch “Flora of Florida”
July 31: Marco Island Historical Museum “Florida Critters”
August 7: Museum of the Everglades “Florida Fishin’”