Corvettes group, festivities to close Tupper street

TUPPER LAKE – The Found Caravan Corvette Club will stop in Tupper Lake Saturday, June 17.

In conjunction with Big Tupper Brewing and the village of Tupper Lake, Cliff Avenue will be closed off to allow over 35 Corvettes to park and be displayed along the street.

The public can view the Corvettes from various years, and have the opportunity to walk around the street and visit with the owners while enjoying a pint of BTB beer.

Festivities begin at noon and includes musical entertainment by Ben & Jay, as well as other activities going at Big Tupper Brewing and the surrounding businesses.

The Found Caravan Corvette Club promotes themselves as a “low maintenance, no pressure” group whose aim is to enjoy their Corvettes and provide opportunities for the members to get together socially. The FCCC members have been working with Big Tupper Brewing, to create a stop over during the Cruisin’ Thru the Mountains day.

The public is welcome to stop by and vote for their favorite Corvette.

Once again this year and as part of Saturday’s event, the FCCC and its members, friends and sponsors will be raising money and awareness of the Holiday Helpers. Last year alone the FCCC raised over $7,000 that helped provide an assortment of gifts and other needed items to families in the region. Great fun for a great cause.

For more information, call Big Tupper Brewing at 518-359-6350.