It’s said that you always remember your first car. Perhaps that’s why owning a classic vehicle is so popular.
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If it has wheels and a motor, Las Vegas resident Misha Munoz is probably interested.
Most people know a nice car when they see one, but “gearheads” work on a different level.
Car culture is hot in the southwest and Spring Valley, so hot that even the heat can’t beat the weekly car night at Mr. D’s sports bar and grill, 1810 S. Rainbow Blvd.
The Sun City Summerlin Stained Glass Club has been around since 1991, when it had so many members, its crafts room workspace couldn’t accommodate everyone. Now the club has 53 members but is still going strong. Its works were on display during August at the Mountain Shadows Community Center, 9107 Del Webb Blvd.
Politics are sometimes difficult to discuss, yet a group of seniors at the Centennial Hills Active Adult Center, 6601 N. Buffalo Drive, participate in active political discussions every two weeks as part of a current events discussion series intended to keep the seniors cognitively and emotionally active.
Every Wednesday night, a group meets at the Juke Joint Bar & Grill for the Game Night Northeast Meetup group. During a recent gathering, the members were playing what looked like the world’s weirdest and most complicated game.
With many meetup groups gathering across the valley, View Neighborhood Newspapers explores some of the unique ones in Henderson.
Whether you’re interested in planes or trains, knitting or travel, you’ll find a group of like-minded people on the west side of the Las Vegas Valley.