Foreign language camp for kids begins July 1 at Town Square

Cultured Kids Camp teaches kids Spanish, French, Mandarin

LAS VEGAS – Beginning July 1, local kids foreign language instruction company, Lango Las Vegas, will host a Cultured Kids Camp, a four-week, immersion-based foreign language camp for kids ages 4-12.

The camps will take place at Town Square, 6605 Las Vegas Blvd S., Monday through Friday and will be divided into four sections:

  • Week 1, July 1-5: “Knights and Debutante’s” French Camp and “Montmartre” French Camp
  • Week 2, July 8-12: “Baloncesto” Spanish Camp
  • Week 3, July 15-19: “La Tomatina” Spanish Camp
  • Week 4, July 22-26: “Cirque Wuqiao” Mandarin Camp

Camp descriptions and itineraries can be found at The weekly camps introduce kids to a foreign language at a young age, which is the best time to learn. Each week incorporates fun with learning. Cost is $229 per week, and extended care is available for $50 per week. Space is limited. To register, call 526-4658 or visit

Lango offers dynamic and engaging Spanish, French and Mandarin classes and summer camps to kids across the United States. The company’s classes teach children a new language in an immersion-based setting using songs, stories, games, dance and more. Lango Las Vegas is predominantly a school-based program that delivers quality language classes to kids after school, at their school.

For more information, call 526-4658 or visit

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  • Jackie Knight
    May 24, 2015 2:24 pm

    Hi, I am interested in summer camp for my seven year old in Las Vegas. All of the information I have found is outdated, are you having camp this summer. If so what are the hours? Can I still register?

    Thanks, Jackie

    • Hi Jackie,

      Sorry for the late response. For some reason I didn’t see your comment until just now! We are not working with Cultured Kids anymore, so I do not have current information on their programming, but here’s their contact form so you can reach them:

      Good luck!

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