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 June luncheon are now closed.

Reservations for the June luncheon will be available from 4:00pm May 11th, thru 5:00 pm June 1st.

Tuscany Suites and Casino

Vegas, women, social, club

June 8, 2022

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Tuscany Suites and Casino

Past and Upcoming Luncheons

June 8, 2022

Tuscany Suites and Casino - Do you have a Lockbox? No, not a Safe Deposit Box at a bank or a fireproof box at home. Rather, a virtual Lockbox, provided through the NV Secretary of State’s Office, which can store very important information, and which can be accessed online by people you designate and by medical providers. This Lockbox stores accessible healthcare advance directives regarding the care you would want to receive if you could not speak for yourself, and even who you would want to be appointed as a legal guardian if you could not make decisions for yourself. Gail Anderson, Deputy Secretary of State for Southern Nevada, will inform us about this invaluable program and provide information regarding how to get your own Lockbox – at no cost to you!

May 11, 2022

Spanish Trail Country Club - We will be celebrating our 30th Anniversary with a performance by Michael Ross Nugent. Michael grew up in Buffalo, NY, where his love of singing the old, big-band classics as a teenager, sparked his interest in pursuing a career in the entertainment industry. He now performs full-time in Las Vegas, with regular appearances at the Italian American Club, Tuscany Casino, The Mob Museum and the El Cortez Casino. Although he is a young man, he is an “Old Soul” on a mission to keep the songs of a bygone era alive and well. With his energetic performances he is continuing the legacy of the “Rat Pack” and revitalizing Sin City’s club and lounge scene. Michael has performed for WNC once before and many members were “singing and swinging” – so, feel free to sing along and start dancing!

April 13, 2002

Red Rock Country Club - Dana Daye and Sid the Kid: Our April program is a musical performance by Dana Daye, Songstress and Entertainer. Dana Daye is a Bay Area native who sang in the Cabaret Clubs in San Francisco. Now living in Las Vegas, Dana has performed at multiple venues and is a long-time member of the Las Vegas Mass Choir who sings for private and corporate events. Dana was a co-host for the Sun City Anthem TV show, “Anthem Alive!” In 2019 and 2021. She sings for many Senior Communities as well as parties and private events. She will be joined by saxophonist Sidney Smith, Sid the Kid. Sid performs in many large venues around Las Vegas, in large productions as well as private and corporate events. Sid has done several shows at the Summerlin Library with his next Library event in March.

March 9, 2022

Grape Vine Café - Trauma Intervention Program (TIP): Our program  will be an informative presentation by Jill Roberts of the Trauma Intervention Program of Southern Nevada.  The Trauma Intervention Program (TIP) of Southern Nevada Inc is a non-profit organization that has been in Clark County for 18 years. TIP sends volunteers out to scenes of tragedy after emergency responders request their services. On these crisis scenes, volunteers provide emotional and practical support to victims, families, friends, witnesses, and bystanders. Usually, it’s after a death takes place that TIP is requested. Last year, volunteers responded out to just under 2,000 scenes where they assisted over 7,000 people going through what is oftentimes their worst moments.

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