Luncheons and General Meetings

  On the second Wednesday of each month, WNC hosts a social luncheon for members and their guests, which also serves as the Club's general meeting. Each luncheon features a speaker or local entertainer, a wonderful menu, and a raffle. Luncheons are held at different restaurants, country clubs and hotel casinos throughout the area. Your cost for the luncheon will vary based on the venue, but is always an outstanding value for great food, great company and great entertainment.

 

At their request, new members or members attending for the first time, will be seated at our Hospitality table.

Attendance requires advance RSVP and payment. Full details are provided in every WNC member newsletter.

To make Luncheon Reservations thru the website using your credit card, debit card or PayPal, please click this link (password required).

Reservations for the December luncheon are now closed.

Reservations for the December luncheon will be available from 4:00 pm November 9th, thru 5:00 pm December 7th.

Vegas, women, social, club

December 14, 2022

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Lawry's The Prime Rib

Lawry's The Prime Rib

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October 12, 2022

Click on the marker for Driving Directions to 

Ahern Hotel

Past and Upcoming Luncheon Programs

December 14, 2022

Lawry's The Prime Rib - The Vocal Department of Las Vegas Academy (LVA) consists of over 250 singers from every corner of the Las Vegas Valley. As a group, they represent the largest Major offered at the 12-time Grammy award-winning Academy of the Arts. As the voice of LVA, The Vocal Department has performed all around the community - for Star Wars in Concert, with Barry Manilow, André Rieu, the stars of the Broadway show Memphis, The Eagles, the nationally televised NFL Draft, with Wayne Newton for a nationally televised Raiders game and Hugh Jackman on his summer of 2019 world tour, to name just a few. These students are talented, driven and focused - with a true passion for singing. Although they come from many different backgrounds, their goal is the same – to share their love of music, which they will do with us, as they sing carols and other songs for our Holiday Entertainment!

November 9, 2022

Los Prados Country Club - Most women love jewelry! We especially like items that give voice to our individual loves and passions. Welcome Pandora, the jewelry brand that gives every person the opportunity to design one-of-a-kind pieces. Jennifer Copeland, Division Sales Manager for all the Pandora stores in Las Vegas, will be our speaker. Like many of us, her family moved to Las Vegas in 1992, seeking better opportunities not found elsewhere. After graduating from UNLV with a degree in Business Management, she entered the world of retail sales and has moved forward and upward ever since. Come and learn the story of how a single-location jewelry store in Copenhagen, Denmark, became a well-loved, world-wide company!

October 12, 2022

Ahern Hotel - Ready for stories, secrets and scoops about all the stars and celebrities from all walks of life in Las Vegas? Don’t miss this chance to engage with RJ Columnist John Katsilometes, better known to his fans as Kats! For many of us, the Kat’s! Column is the first thing we read in the RJ each morning. Our “Man-About-Town” lets us know who’s in town, who’s doing what and where, who’s in the news and for what gossipy reasons! John is an accomplished journalist who has been in Las Vegas since 1996. He has won numerous State and Regional awards, including the 2013 Nevada Press Association’s Journalist of The Year honor. And he’s been awarded four times for column writing by the Best of the West contest. In March 2019, he was inducted into the UNLV College of Fine Arts Hall of Fame for coverage of the city’s arts and entertainment scene. So, come for lunch, get the scoop, and bring your questions!

September 14, 2022

The Orleans Hotel and Casino - Back for an encore, our September speaker has never given up on WNC! The first time he addressed us, our sound system failed, and he graciously agreed to come back again. The next time he spoke to us, the luncheon attendees were so intrigued with his information they didn’t want him to leave, but, alas, he had to. When invited to come a third time, without hesitation, he said, “When do you want me?” and September worked just fine! James Taylor, Chief of the Enforcement Division of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, will catch us up on what is happening in the gaming industry in Nevada and share some of his more recent adventures of being “The Chief”.

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