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Tickets are now on sale for Spa-Con 4, the multi-genre comics and pop culture convention that will be held September 20 – 22 at the Hot Springs Convention Center. Spa-Con 4 will feature a return engagement by Bumblebee, the spectacular 10-foot tall cosplay character who helped Spa-Con reap an award from the Arkansas Festival and Events Association recently. Weekend passes good for the entire convention are $25; day passes- $20, and VIP-$100, at www.spa-con.org. These...

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Basketball fans will be able to watch the best of Arkansas’s best in Hot Springs at the Bank OZK Arena, March 7-9. Tickets will go on sale Thursday, March 7, at the Bank OZK Arena Box Office and the Hall A Box Office and not before, and must be purchased in person. They will not be sold over the phone or over the internet.   Tickets can ONLY be purchased the day of each game ie:...

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Stardust Big Band will continue their once a month Sunday dance performances at the Arlington Resort Hotel, 239 Central Avenue, Sunday, March 10, at 3 PM. Admission is $10. No admission for students K-12. A cash bar is in the hotel lobby from which beverages may be brought into the ballroom. No beverage or food is allowed from outside the hotel except for “Special Occasion” cake for your table of friends or family. This is a...

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By Victoria Pike Whether you’re here vacationing or simply having a staycation over spring break here in Hot Springs, I’ve got some go-to attractions for you. Hot Springs Mountain/ Tower – This cheap activity is sure to provide fun for the whole family. Hike or take the scenic drive up the Hot Springs Mountain and stop for a photo-op at one of the lookout points along the way. At the top you will find the...

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By Victoria Pike As many of you may already know, Hot Springs is home to the World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade. This year, however, there are festivities all week long leading up to parade day. Starting on Friday, March 15th the O’Kelly’s Pop Up Pub opens at 5 PM on the corner of Convention Blvd. and Malvern Ave, and after that will follow the first annual Zero K race on Bridge Street. Throughout the...

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Hot Springs/Hot Springs Village Symphony Guild is hosting a wonderful “Gatsby inspired” evening of merriment at the Coronado Center on Saturday, April 27, to which the public is invited. The 5:30pm cocktail hour features a wine pull to benefit the Mt. Pine Band Program, themed inspired drinks, and hors d’oeuvres as guests peruse the auctions. Dinner, catered by Gina, begins at 6:30pm, followed by silent and live auctions, dazzling baskets and live music – all...

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Every year, the HS/HSV Symphony Guild looks forward to the challenge of presenting a more casual music event. This year’s event will be the unique musical experience of an Arkansas entertainment group, The Acousticatz, at Christ of Hills Methodist Church, March 7, 7:00 pm. Dinner is also available at 5:30 pm. The Acousticatz are steeped in bluegrass but tinged by pop, jazz and country and can best be summed up in just five words: “Everything old is new...

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The Hot Springs Area Cultural Alliances’ Arts & The Park 2019, presented by Arvest Bank, is a ten-day celebration of the arts scheduled for April 26th – May 5th, in Downtown Hot Springs National Park. The festival will showcase the talent of local and visual artists from Arkansas and the surrounding states, as well as, musicians, dancers, poets, jewelers, potters, performers, authors, glass makers, sculptors and more in the events to be held during the...

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Steven and Clarissa Kirsch, formerly of Stephen’s Jewelers, have donated a ladies 1 diamond ring (worth $3,000) with a round brilliant cut and green center diamond to raffle at the Jazz Society’s Mardi Gras Costume Ball & Contest on Saturday, March 2 in the Hotel Hot Springs. Proceeds from the Mardi Gras provide funds for the Jazz Society’s University of Arkansas in Monticello jazz camp scholarships as well as free and low cost concerts. All...