The Central Arkansas Corvette Club is hosting its 21st Annual Hot Springs Corvette Weekend starting Thursday, April 18 and going through Saturday, April 20! Stop by for three full days of action packed events like a scenic road trip/poker run and an autocross, a parade up and down West Mountain.
This event will also have a fashion show Thursday night at 7:30 p.m., a light show Friday night at 8 p.m., a silent auction Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and more! The entire weekend will be free and open to the public. Car registration is $109 and can be filled out on the day of the event.
See the full list of events here.
Along with the event celebrating its 21st year, the Central Arkansas Corvette Club is also celebrating their 50th anniversary this year.
“We meet the first Tuesday of every month over at Whole Hog on Cantrell,” says Tricia Stiles, Central Arkansas Corvette Club’s President. “We have upwards of 300 members and our passion is charity. We do all kinds of stuff for Beyond Boundaries, Ronald McDonald House, the veterans…”
Stiles said that the organization has been able to raise over $500,000 for charity over the years.
Founded in 1968, the organization’s goal is to promote community fellowship, promote safe and responsible driving, and support Arkansas-based charities with donations and volunteer hours.
Images courtesy of the Central Arkansas Corvette Club