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Wonderful Witchy Fun

Thanks to all who helped make our Wicked Witch Wednesday a success!  Anthony Whitaker, Zoe O’Haillin-Berne, and Victoria Calamito read us the original story of the Wicked Witch of the West (Chapter 12...

Oz Club meets and greets in Land of Oz

          That Yellow Brick Road in North Carolina gets me every time. During Autumn in Oz when Kansas and Oz come alive with costume characters and skipping children, there’s...

Playing Oz: Family Game Night

Looking for an evening of Oz family fun? Check out these traditional Oz board games, all of which are “new” enough to be readily available: Emerald City Opoly and Oz Monopoly The Wizard of...

Old Friends, Old Books, New Media

Such fun to join Cindy Ragni and Bill Thompson in the Rare Book Cafe to discuss collecting Baum and Oz!  Our friend Sophia Bogle of saveyourbooks.com recruited us for this streaming event hosted by Ed...

Publications

150 Bugles and Counting

I joined the Oz Club in 1971, making the winter 2020 Baum Bugle that just arrived my 150th. Every time, every issue I’m amazed at the ability of its editor, currently, Sarah Crotzer, to deliver one tu...

50 Years, 50 Stories: Oziana on Youtube

Like Oz stories? Follow The Official Oz Club Channel on Youtube this year as we serve up a different Oz story every week. Since it was first published in 1971 Oziana has given members an opportunity t...

Membership Drive With A Prize!

Our friends with the Spirit of Oz are sponsoring a membership drive for us. Prompted by the Giving Tuesday tradition, if you join or renew your membership for 2021 by Dec. 11 and you can be entered in...

Christmas in the OZ Museum

The Oz Club’s case at the OZ Museum in Kansas now glimpses into the holiday world of Christmas Oz collecting.  I set it up last week taking, as is my bad habit, far more material than I could use. Her...

Guest Blog: How Much is that Bugle in the Window?

Hey everyone! Your friendly Baum Bugle editor Sarah here, filling in for Jane. When’s the last time you thought about reading the Bugle? The Baum Bugle began in June 1957 as a way for Oz Club pr...