The name “Star City” is derived from the legend that shortly after William Digby founded the town of Lafayette, Indiana, it became the principle trade city on the Wabash River. At this time Lafayette was considered as “The West” and Cincinnati, Ohio was known as the “Queen City of the West”. Soon after Lafayette became known as the “Star City" of the west, and the name remained associated with Lafayette, Indiana through the early 1970’s.
Star City Corvette Club is a non-profit organization whose primary purposes are to plan events, trips and activities for members and their families. Proceeds from club activities are donated to local charities.
Corvette owners over 21 or anyone who has ever been a member of the National Council of Corvette Clubs may submit an application for membership to “Star City Corvettes."
Download the PDF found in Membership Application tab.
Our club meets the first Wednesday night of each month at 6:45 pm.
Our activities include overnight and day trips, parades and cruise-ins. Our overnight trips are to various destinations: Vettes on the Rockies, Route 66, Black Hills Corvette Classic, National Corvette Museum Caravan 14, and many more day trips.