But a pocket notebook isn’t quite enough for Oz fans. We go Oz places. We see Oz productions. We have Oz adventures. Those passports should get filled up with Oz destinations and events.
Today the Oz Museum in Wamego, Kansas, All Things Oz in Chittenango, NY, and the Land of Oz Museum in Wausaukee, Wisconsin, all have rubber stamps to stamp visitor passports. We had one at the Club’s 2017 convention, and at OzCon International this past summer.
Help us grow the effort! Contact organizers of Oz events in your area and encourage them to offer a unique rubber stamp or sticker to mark Oz Passports. Carry yours when you go to an Oz event and ask if they can stamp it for you. If not, tape in your ticket stubs or appeal to a VIP guest for their signature; think outside the box to ensure your Oz passport captures your memories.
Looking back on Oz trips you’ve taken, how fun would it be to have recorded them all in a passport? We can’t turn back time, but there are ample adventures ahead. With a bit of team effort, we Ozians can make this a fun activity for passport carriers.