Vaccination & Mask Update

As we get closer to the convention, we want to make our vaccination and mask policies as clear we can. If you have any concerns, please share them here or contact us directly at

All attendees ages five and up must be either fully vaccinated or show proof of a negative test taken within 48 hours prior of the day you are attending the event.

Fully vaccinated is defined as being 2 weeks past the final shot of your chosen immunization (2 shots for Moderna/Pfizer, 1 shot for Johnson and Johnson)

Proof of vaccination can be provided by a CDC approved Vaccination Card (digital photo or photocopy is ok) that matches the name on the supplied ID. We will also accept Medical Apps that display confirmed status of vaccination, with name matching supplied ID.

Proof of negative test must be a test that is administered by a Health Care official within the 48 hours prior to the day(s) of attendance in order to be valid for the entire convention.

Once you have been confirmed, you will receive a Tyvex wristband which you must have on your wrist at all times. If you are medically unable to wear one, please talk to the staff immediately for alternatives. If yours becomes damaged, please return to the Vaccination table to be confirmed again and receive a new one.

Masks will be optional in most of the convention, including hallways and the main ballroom. Certain rooms will require masks and these must be on prior to entering this space. A worn mask should be over both nose and mouth.In addition, GM/Game runners will have the option of making their table require masks to be worn. If you wish to participate in that event/game, please honor the request of the person operating that event. GM’s will be required to have signage regarding this requirement, which will be available at the Game Library in the main ballroom.

Failure to comply with posted notifications, instructions, or guides will be considered a violation of the OSFCI code of conduct, and can lead to actions up to and including forfiture of membership.

We hope everyone has a happy and safe convention.