Clubs - Men's Club, Women's Club, Red Hat Club
Men’s Club Meeting - March
President: Hank Betka
Join the Men’s Club for a meeting and lunch of Italian beef, chips and dessert. Monday, Mar 20 • 10:30am • $6M/$9NM
*Men’s Club Planning Meeting - immediately following regular meeting
Men’s Club Meeting - April
Men’s Club Pancake Breakfast - See Luncheons
Monday, Apr 17 • 9:30am • $9M/$13.50NM
*Men’s Club Planning Meeting - immediately following regular meeting. .
Women’s Club Meeting - February
Lunch includes: a BLT sandwich, potato salad and dessert.
We are always happy to have singer/keyboardist Larry Levin to perform for us.
Monday, Feb 27 • 11:30am • $6M/$9N
Women’s Club Meeting - March
Lunch will include: cheeseburger, chips and dessert. Entertainer Mihai Vlad will be back with his extraordinary violin performance. Monday, Mar 27 • 11:30am • $6M/$9NM
Women’s Club Meeting - April
Lunch will include: Pulled pork, cole slaw, and dessert. NSC’s Golden Notes will lead a sing-a-long following the meal.
Monday, Apr 24 • 11:30am • $6M/$9NM
Red Hat Club
Women’s History Month Cabaret Dinner
The ladies of the NSC Red Hat Club cordially invite you to celebrate Women’s History Month with a cabaret concert and dinner. Featuring EWTS 2016 vocalists Tracy Holmes, Jodi Fox, CeeJaye and pianist Wesley Dziedzic, this event will be a tribute to musical legends who shared with the world powerful songs of empowerment. Menu includes your choice of 1) artichoke chicken (boneless breast of chicken sautéed with artichoke hearts, tri-color peppers and capers in a lemon white wine sauce) or 2) stuffed pork braciole (rolled with spinach, roasted red peppers, and provolone cheese served with a tomato cream sauce), roasted vegetables, oven roasted potatoes, rustic salad, two (2) glasses of wine, and dessert. Please make meal selection at the time of registration. The NSC reserves the right to request identification at the discretion of staff.
Saturday, Mar 25 • 4:30-7:00pm • $9 (Under 21)/$15 Adults (Over 21) (Register by Mar 20)
Red Hat Spring Outing
We will be heading back to Oakton Community College to see their adaptation of "How I Learned to Drive" by playwright Paula Vogel. This 1998 Pulitzer Prize winning play is a compassionate, sophisticated, and gently humorous look at a heart-rending and all-too-common tragedy. "How I Learned to Drive" is a coming of age story of a bright and perceptive girl, Li’l Bit, who matures from a lonely 11-year-old into an 18-year-old who can stand up to her oppressor. It is also the story of her emotionally stunted Uncle Peck who preys on her need for affirmation, affection, and approval. Following a jumbled chronology, the play unfolds like a childhood memory that can’t be forgotten and is staged with a chorus like a Greek tragedy. Before the play, we will dine at Leona’s Restaurant in downtown Des Plaines where you have a choice of one of the following along with two regular sides, soft drink, and dessert: 1) Romano chicken, 2) Romano garlic chicken, 3) fish florentine, and 4)chicken marsala. Please be advised that this event contains themes such as sexual predation and alcoholism that might be disturbing to some individuals. (Please note: A limited number of seats will be available for those requiring transportation to the outing venue. Participants will have to arrange their own accommodations to and from the NSC.)
Thursday, Apr 6 • 6:00pm • $35 Leona’s- 1504 Miner Street, Des Plaines, 6pm Oakton Performing Arts Center- Studio One • 1600 East Golf Road,
Des Plaines • 8:00pm