Midwinter Meeting

2019 ALA Midwinter Meeting & Exhibits  | Seattle, WA  |  January 25-29, 2019

Registration and Housing is NOW OPEN!

To get a sense of the activities, events, sessions, exhibitors and more, feel free to visit the 2018 ALA Midwinter website.


2019 ALA Midwinter Meeting & Exhibits Registration Rates

Midwinter Opens

Early Bird Early Advance Advance Onsite One Day Pass
September 12, 2018, 12:00pm (Central) Until October, 24 11:59am (Central) Until December 5, 11:59am (Central) Until January 18, 11:59am (Central)   (Full conference registration for a single day)
ALA Member*
(ALA and Division Members)
$245 $265 $285 $305




Other Member*

(Retired, Student, Life, Trustee, Non-Salaried, and Support Staff)











Non-Member $350 $375 $405 $420



Exhibits Only
Please note: For use on the exhibit floor Sat., Sun., and Mon.
$60 $60 $60 $60



*Must show proof of membership


See what past attendees have said:

"Connect, Converse, Collaborate = ALA Midwinter" -Carol Anne Germain, University at Albany

"Add Midwinter Meaning to your professional life!"  - Andrea M. Morrison, Indiana University, Bloomington

"Inspiring, informative and fun."  - Sherry Tinerella, Arkansas Tech

"ALA Midwinter-A great place to expand your knowledge and share experiences." - Linda Rowan, Free Library of Northampton Township

"Attending ALA Midwinter for the first time was a fantastic experience; interacting with colleagues, delving into issues that affect libraries and patrons, and celebrating our achievements energized and informed me, helping me to be a better librarian."  - Trevor Calvert, Marin Academy

"Love the ability to attend meetings where policy is being made, the big picture discussed and where solutions are being given that can be applied back at home!"  - Mary Curran, University of Ottawa Library

"Like being at a great banquet of connections, information, materials and award winners! I felt honored and fortunate to be in a Professional Library Land, meeting and learning from professionals, authors, and innovators!" - Kathleen Fogarty