- Dempsey's Brew Pub and Restaurant in the Warehouse at Camden Yards
- 11:00 AM
- 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
- All Ages
Learn about life in the big leagues during this intimate afternoon with Baltimore Orioles’ second baseman, Brian Roberts.
The two-time All-Star will discuss his 13-year career with the Orioles;
his challenge of overcoming injuries the past few seasons to return to the baseball diamond;
the current season; and his outlook for the Birds as they make a run for the playoffs.
Roberts will also share stories about his relationship with Kamryn Lambert, and explain why it is so important for him and his wife, Diana, to support the local community.
Each guest in attendance on September 6 will receive an autographed, action 8”x10” photo of Roberts and a ticket for the Orioles’ 7:05 p.m. game that night versus the Chicago White Sox.
The afternoon also includes a buffet lunch featuring Dempsey’s nachos, Caesar Salad, chicken tenders, Eutaw Street Sliders (pulled pork & hamburgers), dessert and unlimited soda, coffee and tea.
Alcoholic beverages are not included.
A limited number of tickets are available for this event.
All attendees who bring a new toy - valued at $20 or more - will be entered in a raffle that evening to win an autographed Brian Roberts bat.
Proceeds benefit the Kamryn Lambert Foundation’s annual holiday toy drive for the University of Maryland Children's Hospital.
In addition to toys and key amenities for the children’s area of the Hospital, the Foundation also provides gift cards, experiential opportunities and other items for the families whose children are receiving care at the University of Maryland.
The items provided to the children and their families are intended to help make the holiday season more enjoyable as they face the adversity associated with battling an illness.
Since 2007, the Kamryn Lambert Foundation has raised close to $70,000 for the University of
Maryland’s Hospital for Children.
The Kamryn Lambert Foundation is a 501 (c)(3 organization dedicated to enriching the lives of children and young adults who, due to adversity in their lives would not otherwise achieve their hopes and dreams, by providing educational and recreational opportunities. The Foundation was created by friends and family of Kamryn Lambert, who passed away at the age of eight from the effects of treatment for Leukemia.