A bit of history
The first meeting, held December 4, 1990 at Minaker's Flower Centre in Kingston, saw twenty-five like minded British car enthusiasts join together to form the Boot'n Bonnet Car Club. Now, over 25 years later, membership has risen to over 200. While the majority of our members come from South Eastern Ontario, membership is spreading to Quebec in the East, the US in the South, as well as throughout Ontario.
We publish a quarterly newsletter, The Spanner, reporting on our club's events, other organization's events our members have attended, technical tips, classified ads and more.
British car ownership is not a prerequisite for membership in the Boot'n Bonnet Car Club, just an interest in the hobby and lots of enthusiasm! We invite you to visit us at one of our meetings or events. You will not be disappointed. You may even find you want to join us.
A new paragraph
The membership of the Boot'n Bonnet Car Club spans a large geographic area. Hence, two meetings are held each month for the convenience of members and visitors: one in the Kingston area and one in the Quinte area. Guests are always welcome at our meetings. We generally gather around 5:00 PM for dinner with the meeting starting at 6:30 PM.
Kingston meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at Denny's Restaurant located at Division Street and Highway 401.
Quinte meetings are held on the last Wednesday of each month at the Golden Valley Restaurant located at 499 Dundas Street West in Trenton.
See Events for specific dates.
Boot'n Bonnet Car Club membership dues are $30.00 per year. Included in the annual dues are: a windshield decal, a subscription to The Spanner (published quarterly), the Redbook (a list of club events, published in the Spring), and the membership listing (published in the Fall).
See Join us for more information.