OVFF Membership Information
Membership dues are how we pay for putting on the convention. With your membership, you get a program book and access to the con-suite and all other amenities (other than the green room) provided by the convention except the Pegasus Awards Banquet.
OVFF 22 Membership Rates
Before October 1, 2006
At the Door
Banquet tickets are $25.00 in advance (before October 1st, 2006) and $30.00 at the convention.
Children under the age of 12 attend the convention at a reduced rate. There is special programming geared for children in this age range, and the membership fee includes the children's pizza party that is held opposite the Pegasus Awards Banquet.
Young Children in Tow
Infants and small children in tow may attend the convention with a parent at no cost, however they must be with a parent (or other designated person) at all times. OVFF does not provide programming or services geared toward infants, and though they are welcome at the convention, they must be supervised at all times.
Early registration (before October 1, 2006) allows you to attend the convention at a lower price. We prefer pre-registrations because it lets us know in advance how many people (at least at a minimum) to expect, which is useful in planning for the con-suite and other details.
OVFF is not able to take credit-cards or on-line payments at this time, so pre-registration must be done either in-person or through postal mail. All registration fees are given in US dollars.
Here is a handy form that you can fill in using your web browser then print out to mail in along with a check or money order. Please do not send cash.
Individuals or businesses desiring a table in the dealers' room at OVFF should contact Larry Smith, our dealers room coordinator, at 614-442-1010.
OVFF Membership Rollover Policy
If you purchase a membership in advance to
OVFF in any given year and then find that you are unable to attend due to a legitimate emergency, OVFF will gladly consider rolling over
the membership to next year’s convention
provided you inform us before the beginning
of the con. We prefer it in writing, (not email,
not a phone call, not a verbal message carried
by a friend) but in old-fashioned pen to paper,
and put it in an envelope.