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Welcome to the Windy City Miata Club

The Windy City Miata Club (WCMC) is a not-for-profit organization designed to promote the enjoyment of good will and fellowship derived from owning a Mazda Miata. Though most of our membership is located in the Chicagoland area, we have members in Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, and other states. We currently have over 300 great members, and over 200 Miatas.

New and prospective members are always welcome at our events. Some events may require an RSVP to the organizer. If you want more information about an upcoming event, please email the event organizer at the address shown on the event page or you may contact us here.
 

A Word from our President - June 2024

A few of us had the chance to participate in the 17th Annual Red Carpet Tour. We had a wonderful drive on Rt.66 thanks to Pat and Tim. Had the experience of enjoying the hospitality of the many towns along the route. We had to stop and get stickers along the way to fill in our map. The different towns had snacks and information for us. The mayor of a town even greeted us; it was a perfect day for a drive. We made it to Lexington for ice cream before the weather started to change.  And the root beer float was very good.

Autocross has started and we had 80 participants. It was a beautiful day. If this is any indication of things to come it will be an amazing season. Let’s support them and stop by, if not to drive at least watch them.

We also had the Cars and Coffee Cruise In. It was at the South Elgin High School. The club had 9 cars showing. The weather was nice and there were food trucks. I will definitely be back next year.

We also had the start to our Meet Me for Ice Cream. It was at Capannari’s  in Mount Prospect, hosted by John & Judy Schumacher. The rain kept playing tag with us, but it was a fun ride and a great start to the ice cream season. I can’t wait to see where we go to next month, why not join us.

Miata’s and Coffee was back in Carol Stream at the Dunkin Donuts. We didn’t know about the parking lot being blacktopped, so we split into two groups, some in front and the rest in back of the building.   We even had a young future member checking out all the cars, play with the headlights. You can tell he was enjoying himself. He was amazed and loved the winking headlights. He had the chance to sit in many of the cars and play with them.

We will also be participating in the Annual Evanston Fourth of July Parade this year. Let’s have a big representation. If you are interested in attending contact John & Judy Schumacher for more information. I had the opportunity to help represent our club last year and we won an award too.

Please save the date for our Annual Picnic. It will be on August 17th.  At the Lockport Moose Picnic Grove 15164 West 159th Street Homer Glen, Illinois  60491. 

 

Bob Plocar

President

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