September 4, 2018By JudeaDowntown Association of Hot Springs, Hot Springs News No Comments
The Downtown Association of Hot Springs is proud to endorse this special bond election benefitting Mid-America Science Museum. Early voting is now open, election day is Sept 11th. Please join us in supporting our kids and our community by voting FOR Full STEAM Ahead! To learn more about Full STEAM Ahead, please visit VoteSTEAM.com

Photos: DAHS Spring Evening Social

May 24, 2018By JudeaDowntown Association of Hot Springs, Events, Hot Springs News, Metro Partnership No Comments
We had an evening of great art, conversation and food during our monthly meeting on May 15. Downtown Merchants Association members and the public enjoyed an evening of art and downtown conversation at the Landmark Building, courtesy of Tiffany Rogers and Henderson State University. Gallery Exhibition, The Daughters of the Diaspora, was on display at the … Read More

Ladies and Gents, Start Your… Porcelain!

May 21, 2018By JudeaDowntown Association of Hot Springs, Events, Hot Springs News, Video No Comments
Get your shower caps, water balloons, bathrobes and super soakers ready because Stueart Pennington’s World Championship Running of the Tubs is right around the corner! Hot Springs’ quirkiest and wettest downtown tradition is back on June 1st-2nd! The event is free to the public and consists of costumed teams loading up in authentic wheeled bathtubs for a … Read More

Community Leaders’ “Resolutions”

January 2, 2018By AdminHot Springs News No Comments
Well, folks, 2018 is officially underway! If you’re like us, you’re using the changing date to think about what changes you’d like to see in the year ahead. We’ve done some self-reflection and set personal goals for new adventures and better habits. Then again, why not use this time to think bigger! Recently, The Sentinel-Record … 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