2012 Oral History Association Annual Meeting
October 10 – 14, 2012
Cleveland Marriott at Key Center
This year those wishing to attend the 2012 Oral History Association Annual Meeting will be able to register online by accessing the following URL:
Member – All Days: $140 One Day: $85
Non-Member – All Days: $165 One Day: $105
You will be able to pay by credit card, but for those who wish to pay by check, you may still use the online system. You will be given the option at the end to pay later by check and then will be sent instructions on how to do so. We encourage you to use the online system after looking over the program materials so you will be able to take full advantage of all the exciting events, sessions, workshops and tours that are planned. If you are unable to register online, please contact OHA at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Madelyn Campbell, Executive Secretary,
All registered participants are responsible for making their own lodging and transportation reservations. Please identify the Oral History Association to obtain our discounted hotel rate: $147.00/single/double.
Cleveland Marriott Key Center, 127 Public Square, Cleveland, OH 44114. 216-696-9200.
We encourage you to stay at the Marriott and enjoy the convenience of being close to all the activities.
Rates available until September 17, only if our block is still available. Be sure to register early.
Hotels abound in downtown Cleveland ranging in cost from about $100 nightly to over $300, based on their proximity to Public Square and/or the Mall, both at the Center of the Downtown. Less expensive hotels typically can be found on the edges of downtown, usually between $80 and $125 nightly. These include the Comfort Inn (1800 Euclid Avenue), Hampton Inn (1460 E. 9th Street),The Radisson Gateway (651 Huron Road East), or the Hilton Garden Inn (1100 Carnegie Avenue), or Wyndham, Playhouse Square (1260 Euclid Avenue).
The Cleveland Hostel, a 60-bed Hostel, is slated to open in June 2012 and could be available for the conference at $25 per night. It is adjacent to the West Side Market and easily accessible to downtown via public transit. Check the Hostel’s website often to see when it opens: http://theclevelandhostel.com.