In celebration of the Galaxies of Gaming event at Ottumwa Old School Arcade in Quincy Place Mall on Sunday, October 6th, 2019, cutouts of Walter Day have been placed in 16 local businesses. From September 5th to October 6th, pick up a passport at any of the businesses, Main Street Ottumwa or Greater Ottumwa Convention + Visitors Bureau, find the Walter cutout at the businesses and have your passport signed.

All those with completed passports will receive free admission to the Galaxy of Gaming event at on October 6. This includes 5 hours of free gaming, punch and cake party and drawings for arcade passes, T-shirts and laser tag.

Participating businesses include: Antiques & Uniques, Polar Xpress, Stitch Doctor, iPhix I.T., Canteen Lunch in the Alley, Berry Patch, Market on Main, Old School Pinball & Arcade, Gamer Tag, Bridge View Center, Ottumwa Pizza Company, Lead Head Bait & Tackle, The Optical Shoppe, My Chic Boutique, Martha’s Nook & Cranny and The Sewing House.

After you like and share this post, tag everyone you’ll take with you on this downtown Where’s Walter hunt!

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Todd Friedman is heavily involved in the video game community. He is currently writing for Old School Gamer Magazine, RetroGaming Times and The Walter Day Collection. He has Co-Promoted the Video Game Summit in Illinois for the past 11 Years. Todd is an avid video game collector with over 3550 console games and 35 systems. He holds over 60 world records on the Nintendo Wii game DJ Hero. Todd is also the ChairPerson of the Nomination Commitee for the International Video Game Hall of Fame.