Upcoming Nude Events

LANG events are private events for LANG members in good standing, their invited guests, and members of GNI affiliated brother clubs outside the Greater Los Angeles area.

Non-Members you must register for your first event!
To become a prospective member and receive directions for an event, (1) Click on this link (on-line app form) and fill out and submit the on-line application.
Before you (2) make your reservation for an event. Directions will only be sent when application is on file.

Reservations | Food Suggestions | Hosting an Event


April

Saturday, April 15. 7:00 to 11:00 p.m.

LANG Easter Celebration.

Van Nuys Limit: 45 Reserve by: April 13 Map: 36
$7 members, $9 guests Jacuzzi, SA Pets: n/a  
BYO: towel, sandals.  Members and guests to provide their own beverages.
Food to Bring: Hors d'oeuvres or appetizers to share.

 

Saturday, April 22. 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.

LANG Life Tribute to Erik H.

Van Nuys Limit: 45 Reserve by: April 20 Map: 36
No charge for members Jacuzzi, SA Pets: n/a  
This is a time to share memories and celebrate the life of past LANG Steering Committee Member Erik H. CMEN members who knew Erik are also encouraged to attend.
BYO: towel, sandals.  Members and guests to provide their own beverages.
Food to Bring: Pot Luck Dinner dish to share.

 

May

Monday, May 29. 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.

LANG Memorial Day BBQ & Pool Party

Van Nuys Limit: 50 Reserve by: May 25 Map: 36
$7 members, $9 guests Pool, Jacuzzi, BBQ, SA, DA, AH Pets: n/a  
BYO: towel, sandals.  Members and guests to provide their own beverages.
Food to Bring: Bring your own meat for the barbecue and a Barbecue Side Dish to share.
CMEN members also welcome. Please car pool if possible.

 

SA = Smoking Area | SS = Strictly Social | DA = Discreet Area | AH = After Hours


 

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Food Suggestions - The LANG Food Groups

Most LANG events involve sharing food. The general rule is to bring food to share with approximately four to five people. The type of food to bring is listed on the detailed description for each event. Some members share their heritage or interests in the selection of the food they bring. A few events have a theme to follow for food selection. Bring something you would like to eat at a party, feel free to be creative.

Snacks:

Snacks are food eaten between meals, most commonly listed for afternoon pool parties and outdoor activities during the warmer months. Popular snacks include chips and salsa or dip, cheese and crackers, assorted nuts, party mix, trail mix, fresh fruit, fresh vegetable assortment, sesame sticks, cookies, and mini muffins.

Hors d'oeuvres or Appetizers:

Hors d'oeuvres and appetizers are prepared finger food typically served before a meal or at a cocktail party, most commonly listed for evening cocktail parties. Popular hors d'oeuvres and appetizers include finger sandwiches, meats rolled with condiments, chicken wings, heated meat balls in sauce, little smokies, egg rolls, shrimp, sushi, taquitos, mini tacos, mini size quiche, mini pizzas, bread sticks with dipping sauce, vegetable assortment with a dip, melon assortment, fruit assortment, fresh guacamole with tortilla chips, cheese with crackers, pate with small rye bread.

Barbecue side dishes:

Barbecues are generally summer events. Members bring their own meat to barbecue or main dish. Typical barbecue side dishes to share include a lettuce salad, pasta salad, potato salad, three bean salad, fresh fruit, corn on the cob, home made biscuits, baked beans, chicken wings, chicken tenders, potato wedges, apple pie, cherry pie, brownies, homemade or deli cookies.

Potluck:

Potlucks are full meals that everyone contributes to. A potluck dish may be either a main dish or side dish that each member brings to be shared. Potlucks are a great time for those love to cook to show off their cooking skills. Favorite items include casseroles, stir fry dishes, pasta dishes, chicken, sliced turkey, sliced roast beef, stew, green salad, pasta salad, potato salad, 3 bean salad, green beans, mashed potatoes and gravy, candied yams, broccoli, asparagus, rice dish, red potatoes, scalloped potatoes, tarts, eclairs, brownies, cakes, cheesecake and pies.

In an effort to avoid wasting food left over at the end of the event, hosts generally ask members and their guests to take any left over food they brought home with them.

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Interested in Hosting a LANG Event?

LANG events form the core of the club's social calendar. Most LANG events are graciously held in the private homes of members, all are hosted by members who volunteer to host events.

Host receives 2 dollars per attendee. | Host 2 times and receive a free membership.

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