Come to the Conference, See an Oriole's game
Friday, April 7, 2017 at 8:34PM

No summertime visit to Baltimore is complete without catching a baseball game at the fantastic Oriole Park at Camden Yards!  Lucky for us, the Orioles are in town the weekend of our conference!

Your conference registration includes a ticket to the 7:05pm Friday August 4 game vs. the Detroit Tigers.  The stadium is only several blocks from the Lord Baltimore Hotel.  Register now!

Please note the following about Oriole Park:

--all items coming into the stadium will be inspected.

--no bags bigger than 16”x16”x8” are allowed.  Purses, diaper bags, and backpacks are allowed but must fit into a 16”x16”x8” box.

--no alcoholic beverages, glass containers, or coolers are allowed in the park.  You CAN bring in non-alcoholic beverages in plastic bottles.

--you will need to pass through a metal detector to get into the park.  You will need to remove your keys and cell phone from your pockets.

--children 2 and under do not need a ticket but will be expected to sit on your lap.

--Stollers must fold up and go under your seat in order to be kept in a seating area.  Large strollers can be checked at Stroller Parking inside of Gate G on the lower concourse.

--Family restrooms are located next to the First Aid rooms behind home plate on both the Upper and Lower Levels.

For the baseball fan: 

--Players and coaches may sign autographs from the time the gates open until 45 minutes before the start of the game.

--visit a Fan Assistance Center for a free certificate commemorating your first trip to Camden Yards.

Interested in being social but maybe not watching the game?  Oriole Park has a number of gathering areas.  These will be noted in your conference materials:

--Eutaw Street pedestrian mall
--the Flag Court
--the bullpen picnic area
--the Roof Deck
--Kids Corner at Gate A
--Kids Corner Play Area at Gate C
--Orioles Legends Park beyond the bullpens in center field

Find more information at  And don’t forget to register for the conference!

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