Registration & Banquet Information

Register ONLINE today!

Online registration is available for MOUG, MLA, the RDA preconference and other MLA events such as tours. Early registration ends 15 January 2013 so take advantage of the reduced rates today!

Registration rates for MLA 2013:
 Member registration, early*
 Member registration, early*, first 3 years of MLA membership
 Non-member registration, early*
 Reduced-for-work registration
 Member registration, regular
 Non-member registration, regular
 Student registration
 Single-day registration
 Accompanying persons

*Early registration applies to those registrations completed prior to 15 January 2013. 

For those with dietary restrictions: Be sure to list any allergies/dietary restrictions in your registration details. Soy milk will be provided at all coffee/tea breaks. For those whose dietary restrictions require special attention to the banquet entrees (e.g., you want the chicken but you are lactose-intolerant), select the preferred entree and include "lactose-intolerant" in the dietary restriction information. You will receive a special banquet ticket and you will receive an appropriately prepared entree.

Banquet Menu

  • Poached pear, arugula, and Belgian endive salad (Maytag Blue Cheese, Candied Walnuts, Dried Cranberries, Balsamic Vinaigrette)
Entrée Choices
  • Chicken entree: Breast of chicken Mediterranean (Spinach, Mushroom and Fontina Cheese Stuffed Breast of Chicken, Garlic and Rosemary Roasted Potatoes, Marsala Sauce)
  • Salmon: Dill crusted salmon (Saffron Israeli Couscous, Tomato Coulis)
  • Vegetarian: Quinoa and Grilled Vegetables (Coconut Curry Sauce; have asked for tofu or appropriate beans to be added)


Two dessert options will be presented at each table; choose your dining companions carefully for optimal enjoyment (chocolate or a fruit cobbler).

Banquet Entertainment

Musicians from the San Jose Jazz Festival
Oscar Pangilinan (tenor sax)
Daniel Matthews (trumpet)
Brian Sheu (guitar)
Fred Paclibon (bass)
Chris Leidhecker (drums)

Riff from Do You Know the Way to San Jose