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Welcome to the Corvette Club of Canada's Capital

The Capital Corvette Club is located in Canada's Capital; Ottawa, Ontario.  We are comprised of Corvette enthusiasts who come together in a fun atmosphere promoting the Corvette hobby and "Corvetting" in the capital.  Are you a Corvette owner and thinking about whether you want to join the Capital Corvette Club?  Have a look at our Membership Page if you would like to join us.  If you are justing visiting and would like to look around our site - please enjoy it. 

2018 Registration is now open. Members, if you have a user ID and password, log in, click "Member Area" and "Your Profile". Members, you can update your profile any time throughout the year by accessing your profile. New members click Registration


Saturday, January 20, 2018 Holiday Season Celebration

Another sucessful start to a new year with a Social and Pot Luck at the home of John and Sharon Van Schyndel. With 40 members in attendance, we enjoyed lots of food, a few beverages, and spent time socializing. It was a time for new members to meet other club members and to reminisce about last season and start planning for the new season of corvetting. Pictures

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Race Night in Russell - Thursday, January 18, 2018

Race nights in Russell started again for the season. Embracing to have to be towed into the shop for repairs, but all had fun. Video

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Tuque de Broue Outting (Saturday, December 9, 2017)

Another outting by the CCC members (without a single Corvette!) to Tuque de Broue in Embrun for the launch of the St. Nicholas Coffee Porter seasonal beer.  More Pictures

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Year End Party - Saturday, November 18, 2017

The annual Year-End-Party was held this past weekend. The Hilton Garden Inn was once again our location for the Year End Party. The annual general meeting was held prior to the year end festivities. Following the meeting, the evening started of with a few drinks and catching up with fellow members on this years activities. The hotel served another great buffet and the evening continued with dancing and more refreshments. Through out the evening door prizes where handed out (provided by club and our sponsors), Sue Baggs roasted Bob Steele for a very entertaining road tour to the Picton area in September and some very entertaining dancing.Love was definitely in the air as some members were extremely happy to see old friends ... right Tony and Ron

Guests were very generous with their donations to Toy Mountain. Thanks again to Ron and Kim Rail for volunteering to deliver the gifts. Thanks to everyone that put in time and effort to make the party a success. More Pictures

Annual General Meeting - Saturday November 18, 2017

The club’s annual general meeting was held at the Hilton Garden Airport Inn. The club had a very successful year for activities, with 29 functions being held from gatherings at member homes, to road tours, to car shows, and weekend trips. Plans are already underway for many of the 2018 functions.

The 2018 executive has a new treasurer, Rick Charron. Bob Baggs decided to retire from the executive after serving as treasrer for 7 years. We wish to thank Bob for his 7 years of service. The remainder of the 2017 executive was acclaimed for another year to run the club.

Ron and Kim Rail's Road Tour (Sunday, November 5, 2017)

A raining cold day did not stop 24 club members from participating in the last road tour of the season. 6 corvettes and those that have already been put away for the season drove their daily drivers for the tour.

We drove on a country tour with a Tim’s stop along the way to the St. Raphael’s Ruins National Historic Site to visit one of the earliest Roman Catholic churches that was destroyed by a fire in 1970. The site was declared a National Historic Site in 1999.

The rain had stopped prior to getting to the church, but just as we were leaving it started again. It was a wet drive to Embrun to the Toque Brewery. Here we enjoyed a variety of food and samplers of beer, before making our purchases and leaving for home.

Despite the rain and cold weather, every seemed to enjoy themselves. Thanks Ron and Kim for a great final road tour. More Pictures



Canada 150—Remembering the Patriot War (Saturday August 5, 2017)

17 members met at HWY 416 & Bankfield for a road tour and trip through time, led by Les. The trip to Prescott had us drive country roads through Oxford Mills and Bishop’s Mills to the first stop of the day at Fort Wellington in Prescott. We received a history lesson on the fort from the war of 1812 to the 1837-38 rebellions.

After touring the fort, we made our way to the Red George Pub for lunch.

Following lunch, we travelled east a short distance along the St. Lawrence River to the Battle of the Windmill National Historic Site to tour the windmill and another history lesson on the battle that took place on the site in 1838.

After the tour of the Windmill, we travelled across the road to the Windmill Brewery/King’s Lock Distillery. We had a chance to tour the distillery and sample many of the fine spirits.

The day was a busy one, with a great road tour, lots of history lessons, good lunch and tasteful samples from the distillery. Thanks Les for a great day.   More Pictures

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Rockland Cruise Night (Tuesday, August 1, 2017)

Ten club members made it out to the Rockland Cruise Night this week to enjoy the sunshine and cars. Over 200 cars filled the parking lot in Rockland and many prizes were handed out, including a $500 prize for the 50/50 draw. Money and canned goods were collected for a couple of very important local charities. This night was in memory of Jean-Luc Martin, who along with his wife started the Rockland Cruise Nights.

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Perth Ribfest (Sunday, July 30, 2017)

The Club was again invited to attend the Perth Ribfest and members were invited to tour a collection that belongs to a local dealership in Perth.  Bill O’Meara invited us to drop by his place to view his collection of cars, which includes a number of corvettes, before proceeding to the Perth Ribfest location. Some members of the Valley Vettes also joined the group for this visit. More Pictures

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Niagara Car Show and Road Tour (July 28 - 30, 2017)

Ron lead a group of 4 corvettes through the US to Niagara Penninsula to attend a car show in Jordan, Ontario. The trip of course had to include visits to wineries, including Wayne Gretzky's winery and distillery. Also include meeting up with members of the Niagara Corvette club and renewing acquaintances with fellow members. More Pictures

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Road Tour and Pulled Pork Dinner (Saturday, July 22, 2017)

Paul & Michelle hosted a road tour and pulled pork dinner on Saturday, July 22,2017

Paul lead a road tour of 16 member corvettes that started in Winchester, making our way along the back roads to St. Alberts. Last year's road tour was a big success so another visit to the St. Albert's Cheese Co-operative was in order.

Member’s rushed in (Ron & Kim) to be the first in line for ice cream, but eventually we all managed to get some, toured the facilities and purchased cheese in their store.

Paul than led the tour back to his place, for the pulled pork dinner. A few more members joined the dinner. Lot’s of great food, drink and socializing. The weather was hot and sunny. We even had visitors from above trying to crash our party.

John brought in samples of our new clothing line from our new supplier for members to look at.

Thanks Paul and Michelle for a great day. It was a great turn out and a wonderful event.   More Pictures

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Kars Rideau Valley Airpark Fly-In & BBQ - Saturday, July 15, 2017

The Club was invited by the Kars Flying Club to the Annual Rideau Valley Fly-In & BBQ held at the Kars Rideau Valley Airpark on Saturday, July 15, 2017.

Keith led a group of members on a tour to airpark. The rain had stopped and it became a rather pleasant day with a great BBQ put on by the flying club.

With all the rain in recent weeks the air-field was too wet for many planes to fly-in. An ultra-light and a small plane from Toronto did make the trip. The flying club was very appreciative of the CCC members that came. Many people from the area stopped in with there children to enjoy the BBQ. More Pictures

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Luxe Auto Lounge Detailing Workshop - Friday , July 14, 2017

Our new sponsor, Luxe Auto Lounge held a Detailing Workshop at their location on Friday, July 14th for club members. The session included best methods for washing, wheel and tire care, window cleaning and wax and sealant application.

More information on the services provided by Luxe Auto Lounge can be found at the following link:  http://www.luxeautolounge.com... Member discounts for the services can be found on our website on the Sponsor page.

After the session, members made there way to a local restaurant for supper and some refreshments.

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Member Clothing Sale

The clothing we have on hand has been reduced to clear. If you are interested in any of these items, please contact John Scapillati. First come, first served. The items will continue to be on hand at upcoming Club events. Clothing Sale   The Club's new line of clothing will be available shortly.



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