LLAM 2016 Holiday Party


When: Friday, December 9th from 6-8:30 p.m.

Where: Ober|Kaler, 100 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201

Tickets: LLAM Members, $24.00; Guests of LLAM Members, $12.00

Parking: There is no free or designated parking available for this event.  Some of the closest garages are listed below.  Prices are about $12 for 0-2 hours.

  • Central Parking, 25 S Charles St. (0.1 miles from event)
  • Charles Light Parking,600 Light St. (0.4 miles from event)
  • Harbor Court Garage, 30 E Lee St. (0.4 miles from event)

Raffle: Now seeking donations for the raffle. Please contact Jessica Mundy (jessica.Mundy@mdcourts.gov).

To purchase tickets for the event, you may send a check addressed to “LLAM” to the LLAM Treasurer:

Thea C. Warner, Librarian

Niles, Barton, & Wilmer, LLP

111 South Calvert Street, Suite 1400

Baltimore, Maryland 21202

OR You may purchase tickets by credit card through PayPal!

Admission Costs:
$24 for LLAM members Buy Now Button

LLAM members are welcome to bring along guests for a discounted price. Purchase a second ticket for half off at $12!  Buy Now Button

Note to PayPal users buying for members and guests: If you select the “BuyNow” button for members, then return to this page and select the “BuyNow button for guests, you can select the “Check out with PayPal” button and pay for all tickets requested at one time.

For more information: Julia Viets (JViets@mcccourt.com).

Special thanks to Ober|Kaler

Other sponsors include The Maryland Daily Record, Thomson Reuters, and Bloomberg BNA.

4 thoughts on “LLAM 2016 Holiday Party

  1. Jean and Kathie, thank you for expressing interest in this event.

    To clarify, the prices listed are not typos. They follow a tradition of LLAM offering a courtesy discount to LLAM members who want to bring along guests to the Holiday Party. It also encourages potential members to come who might not otherwise attend a LLAM function.

    • Well I never noticed it before and want to say I don’t think it is right. There should be some benefit for being a member. I looked at several other organizations flyers for holiday parties and see that members are always lowest in cost. They often give a discount to students, out of work Librarians or retired members which is fair. If members have to pay more to attend events, what are the benefits of remaining a member? Just my opinion.

  2. Are you all saying that guests cost less than members? Is that a typo.? If it’s not a typo then that’s rather dumb. Member benefits ???

  3. Do I have this right? It costs members more to attend than their guests? Something doesn’t look right with that.

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