Whether you are a college professor or a high school teacher, a doctoral candidate or an undergraduate, an applied mathematician or simply a fan of mathematics, MAA meetings has something for you. MAA's sectional meetings, PReP Workshops, MAA MathFest, Distinguished Lecture Series or the Joint Mathematics Meetings allow you to see the latest goings on in the Math field or to catch up with old friends or forge new friendships.
MAA Carriage House
The Carriage House that belonged to the residents at 1529 18th Street dates to around 1900. It is older than the 5 story townhouse where the MAA Headquarters is currently located, which was completed in 1903. The building would have been used by the owners as a livery stable to house the family carriage, though little else is known about its history today. There are huge doors that were once used as an entrance for horses and carriages. Iron rings used to tie up horses can still be seen on an adjacent building. The Carriage House would have perhaps also been used as living quarters for a coachman, as was typical for the time period. The building is owned by the MAA since 1978. In Spring of 2007 an opening ceremony was held to mark its transformation from a mail room and publication warehouse into a first-rate conference center. It is now used for meetings and other events. For more information on how to reserve the Carriage House for your next event or to see upcoming events, click here.
If you have any questions about the Carriage House meeting facility or to check space availability, please contact our Meetings Department: Matthew Castelhano, Meetings Assistant; email@example.com