Language Day

Businesses interested in participating in the Language Day event, can find “how to” info on this page.
To see photos from prior Language Day events, please visit our Flickr page.

Language Day 2022

Language Day 2022 will be held May 13, 2022, at the Presidio of Monterey after a two year pause due to COVID-19.  This year’s event will be smaller in scope and include visitors by invitation only, limited to the local Monterey Peninsula community. The Institute takes the health of the local community very seriously and takes into consideration the current health situation and recommendations by the Department of Defense, the CDC and the Monterey County Health Department. 

The Language Day event typically kicks-off at 10:00 am and lasts until about 3:00 pm. Activities consist of cultural exhibits, outdoor entertainment, and plenty of international food and souvenir vendors.  To register your student class to attend Language Day, please click here.  Individual DLIFLC student and faculty family members do not need to register to get on post.

Once the Language Day Program becomes available, you will be able to download it by clicking on the image on the left.

Photos by visitors are permitted during Language Day, in the event area ONLY. For additional questions please contact at least 24 hours prior to the event.

Things to consider bringing to the event: jacket/raincoat (in case of rain or cold weather), cash (food vendors onsite), sunblock and water. Due to security measures, you may not be able to bring bags (i.e. backpacks, oversized bags, etc.) into the event area.

Please be advised that DLIFLC does not provide transportation to this event.

Due to security measures and limited parking, please plan on arriving early. Personal vehicles will be able to park at the Presidio of Monterey Museum.

Visitors who park at the Presidio Museum will be able to use DLIFLC provided shuttles to reach Soldier Field, where the event takes place.

To contact the DLIFLC staff for specific questions, please contact us using:; or call (831) 200-4211.