New Year’s Eve Downtown

December 31, 2017By AdminEvents No Comments
Still trying to decide what to do when the ball drops tonight? There are plenty of options downtown for ringing in 2018. Some of these events require reservations, so you’ll want to call ahead to confirm if there’s still space available. The Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa New Year’s Eve Celebration Buffet Come dine with … Read More

New Officers

December 28, 2017By AdminDowntown Association of Hot Springs No Comments
We’re ready for 2018! After the most recent Downtown Association board meeting – the following individuals will be bringing their bright ideas in the new year. PRESIDENT Benny Baker The Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa  VICE PRESIDENT Michelle Harrison MHarrison Designs AT-LARGE DIRECTOR Cindy Wagstaff Habitat Re-Store TREASURER Kenzie Simon Fat Bottomed Girls/Pour Some Sugar … Read More

Building Anticipation

December 27, 2017By AdminHot Springs News No Comments
For the first time in fifty years, a new building is under construction across from the iconic Bathhouse Row. The structure, which will be building in the parking lot adjacent to the Gangster Museum (pictured above), will house more than just a new retail space. The upper floors of the building will be home to … Read More

Mardi Gras in the Spa City!

December 20, 2017By AdminEvents No Comments
The Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau, in partnership with Superior Bathhouse Brewery, will present an evening of Carnival-inspired festivities, 7-10 p.m., Friday, Jan. 12 at Superior Bathhouse Brewery. The free, all-ages event will include performances by the Shreveport Second Line Jazz Band as well as free samples of king cake from Tubbs Hardware & Cajun Gifts in Bossier … Read More

Bingo at Low Key Arts

December 18, 2017By AdminEvents No Comments
Join us for Low Key Arts’ annual free Christmas Bingo and Potluck. Bring your appetite, your bingo A-game, something delicious to share, and a gift-wrapped present for the gift exchange!

Loving Vincent Comes to Hot Springs

December 14, 2017By AdminEvents No Comments
LOVING VINCENT, the world’s first fully oil painted feature film is being embraced by audiences around the globe, and is now to coming to Hot Springs, Arkansas, the hometown of one of the movie’s investors, Brian Burrough. The film will play for a one-night special engagement on December 28th at The Maxwell Blade Theatre of Magic located … Read More

HSV Sets Community Goals

December 12, 2017By JudeaDowntown Association of Hot Springs No Comments
After an eight-day planning session involving over 1000 residents, urban planners, and POA officials, Hot Springs Village has focused it’s new masterplan around 3 goals. HSV has agreed that the priorities of the new Masterplan should be to 1. protect the community’s long-term fiscal sustainability, 2. establish and preserve the community’s natural character, and 3. … Read More

Downtown Update

December 6, 2017By AdminDowntown Update No Comments
Bubba Brews Spa City Taproom has opened at 528 Central Ave. downtown. The bar and restaurant feature 16 beer taps, a limited pub style food menu, and incredible ambiance!         The Hamp Williams Bldg. at 510 Ouachita Ave. has retail and office space for lease. Contact realtor Todd Woerpel for more info at (501) … Read More

Get Shorty

December 5, 2017By AdminEvents No Comments
From across the globe to across the Natural State, Low Key Arts is returning with fresh films that clock in at under 10 minutes each. That’s right, Arkansas Shorts is back! After screening nearly FIFTEEN HUNDRED (!!!) submissions, they’ve narrowed it down to an evening of short films sure to knock your socks off. (No … Read More

A Glowing Neighborhood Tradition

December 4, 2017By JudeaEvents, Sidetown No Comments
Update: this event was canceled due to a county-wide burn ban. Residents of historic Quapaw/Prospect neighborhood proudly present a Luminary display for all the community to enjoy, this Saturday, December 9th, from 5pm-10pm. It’s a kid and pet-friendly event, so bring the whole bunch to view the five-thousand luminaries lining the streets.   Ah, Holiday … Read More