Established in 1973, theNorth Shore Corvette Club promotes the Corvette hobby and fellowship among Corvette owners and has become one of the premier and largest Corvette clubs in the Midwest. We are sponsored by and we meet at Libertyville Chevrolet in Libertyville, Il on the third Wednesday of every month at 7:00 PM all year long. Guests are always welcome to attend.
Welcome to our website!
Please feel free to look around. You will find that we are a diverse group with many different interests. We host many events of all types all year long. Most of all, we all have one thing in common; our love for the Corvette!
We currently have 200 members. It doesn't matter if you are young or old, like to cruise on the streets or drive fast on the track, we are always looking for new members to join in on the fun.
At the bottom of this page is a membership application form. It's your ticket to a whole new experience for yourself and your Corvette.
Come join us!
Lake County Honor Flight Donation
A check in the amount of $1,100 was presented to Lake County Honor Flight at the July 17th Membership Meeting. The donation was raised by spectator admissions and parking fees at this year's annual NSCC Father's Day Charity Car Show.
The donation will fund a trip to Washington DC for one veteran.
Shown left to right is Veteran John Fairgrieve, Veteran John Passanante, Veteran & Board Member Richard McFarlin and Vice President & Board Member Tonja Gordon.
Fourth of July Parades
Arlington Heights Parade
Mt. Prospect Parade
Members of the North Shore Corvette Club participated in the Arlington Heights and Mt. Prospect parades on July 4th. The Corvettes are a favorite of the crowd. Our host, Cyndi Finstad, always reminds us that burn-outs are not allowed.
Click on a picture to see more pictures of the event
Father's Day Charity Car Show
A light mist and cool temperatures did not deter 114 car owners from showing their cars at this year's Father's Day Charity Car Show. Thirty-three veterans (shown above) displayed their special cars in the show. Seventy-seven trophies were awarded to 102 Judged car owners so there were trophies for the majority of the participants. Some were even spotted enjoying the ice cream that was on sale. It proves once again that bad weather will not stop some die-hard car owners from enjoying the sport that they love.