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Welcome .............................................................3 Visit Hot Springs Village .....................................4 Let's Ride ..............................................................5 Trails......................................................................6 On Tap .................................................................7 Cycling.................................................................7 Golf................................................................... 8-9 Yoga ..................................................................10 Dr. Dailey............................................................11 Club Sports.........................................................11 Events .................................................................12 Dancing .............................................................12 Oktoberfest/Vault Dining..................................13 Clubs...................................................................14 RE/MAX Rentals.................................................15 Bar-B-Q...............................................................16 Regional Restaurants.................................. 16-17 Hot Springs Village Restaurant Guide.............18 Village Cancer Walk ........................................18 Schools ..............................................................19 Real Estate .........................................................20 HSV Neighborhoods..........................................21 Shopping Guide ...............................................22 Little Rock...........................................................23

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all has come to Hot Springs Village. Bask in nature’s seasonal beauty on 30-plus miles of trails. Autumn leaves are at a peak during this time of year. Fish and kayak on one of 11 recreational lakes. Check out the turning leaves while you play golf on one of nine world-class golf courses. Drive along scenic Hwy. 7 for truly spectacular autumn colors. Practice your inner calm with a yoga class, or walk down the street to see some of the most beautiful artwork around. Find unique places to eat, drink, and shop. Our hope is that you’ll use this magazine as a resource to learn more about Hot Springs Village and the Ouachita Region during this beautiful time of year.

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2 Outstanding School Districts 3 Beaches & 2 Marinas 8 18-Hole Golf Courses & 1 27-Hole Course 11 Lakes Totaling Over 2,000 Acres 13 Tennis Courts & World-Class Complex 20 Minutes from Historic Hot Springs 40 Minutes to Higher Learning Institutions 45 Minutes from Little Rock & National Airport 200+ Clubs & Organizations 650+ Seat Performing Arts Theatre

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Ride the Ouachitas for Beautiful Views and Precious Stones

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s temperatures turn a little cooler, the air gets a bit crisper, and the days start to get shorter, Mother Nature is gearing up to display some of her best art work. It’s the season for spectacular Arkansas fall foliage. Plan your rendezvous to enjoy the splendor of fall in all of its beauty in the Ouachitas.

offers a variety of options to find the perfect stone. Search a forest mine, stocked mine, or use a sluice and screening box to search for rubies, topaz, and more. You can even search through a bag of diamond-bearing gravel. So if you’re an avid rock hound on the hunt, visit Wegner for mineral mining. The area’s rich quartz deposits mean you’ll likely find some in no time!

Let's Ride: Murfreesboro Begin your trip in nearby Hot Springs. For many years, the Spa City was the place for the Chicago White Stockings (now Cubs) to hold spring training. Dozens of baseball legends including Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle, and Jackie Robinson played here. Hot Springs also made a great hideaway for some of the nation’s most notorious mobsters. Al Capone was a frequent guest of the Arlington Hotel, as well as area bathhouses and nightclubs. Visit the Gangster Museum of America to learn more about this era.

Burl's Country Smokehouse, Royal To add a little flavor to your day, head to Royal and dine at Burl's Country Smokehouse for delicious eats. Lauded by many as the "best BBQ in the state," Burl's also bakes gigantic and delicious cinnamon rolls. When you plan your trip, why not make lodging easy and affordable? Stay in Hot Springs Village. In addition to providing exceptional real estate services for home buyers, RE/MAX of Hot Springs Village can also help you with stunning and affordable vacation rentals. Visit VillageNightlyRentals.com for all the information you need.

Garvan Woodland Gardens, Hot Springs From Hot Springs, this route takes you along Lake Hamilton and Lake Ouachita, where there are many resorts for overnight stays and marinas for fishing or boating while you’re in the area. Stop by beautiful Garvan Woodland Gardens on Lake Hamilton for fantastic fall foliage. Crater of Diamonds State Park, Murfreesboro The only diamond site in the world open to the public is Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro along Hwy. 27. At Kirby, consider a side trip on Hwy. 70 along scenic Lake Greeson. Wegner Quartz Crystal Mine, Mount Ida Located in Mount Ida, Wegner Quartz Crystal Mines

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t's fall in Hot Springs Village, and the weather is fine for an outdoor trek along more than 30 miles of trails. Hike, bike, run, or drive a golf cart. Showcasing the Village’s abundant wildlife, lakes and mountains, you're sure to find a trail that’s right for you. So, put on your walking shoes and experience the natural beauty of Hot Springs Village.

BALBOA TRAIL: See some of Arkansas’ bird species, both common and rare, in their natural habitats on the Balboa Trail, or sit and enjoy the tranquility of Lake Balboa. The trail connects Balboa Beach to Hernando Trail at DeSoto Boulevard and Ponce de Leon Drive. Rating: Moderate/Easy; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly. CEDAR CREEK TRAIL: Witness fall in all its glory along the Cedar Creek Trail, home to native wildflowers and birds. The trail includes creekside views and bridges. Take the Bluebird Path, Mourning Dove Path, Kingfisher Path, or the Cardinal Path. Rating: Easy; Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly. CORONADO FITNESS TRAIL: Get your steps in along the Coronado Fitness Trail. This trail connects the Coronado Fitness Center and the Coronado RV Park, providing beautiful views of the Lake Pineda Spillway flowing into Lake Coronado. Rating: Easy; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly.

LET YOUR DOGS OUT IN HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE

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ogs will enjoy off-leash playtime at the DeSoto Dog Park in Hot Springs Village. The gated park, which is open daily from dawn to dusk, is located on DeSoto Park Drive just off DeSoto Blvd. and Toledo Dr.

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CORONADO BOAT RAMP TRAIL: Stroll along the Coronado Boat Ramp Trail for lake views on this handicap accessible trail. Fish, birdwatch, or sit on a trail bench. Rating: Easy; Hike, Dog Friendly. DESOTO NATURE TRAIL: Exercise your cares away on the DeSoto Nature Trail, a natural surface, single track trail with some narrow and steep areas. Rating: Moderate; Hike, Dog Friendly. DESOTO SPILLWAY TRAIL: Follow the DeSoto Spillway Trail to Lake DeSoto to enjoy beautiful lakeside views. Rating: Moderate; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly. DESOTO TRAIL: Build your endurance on the DeSoto Trail, with varying terrain and a few uphill climbs. Continue your workout from Calella Road to the DeSoto Marina Trail. Rating: Moderate; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly. HERNANDO TRAIL: Bike along the Hernando Trail, the longest multi-purpose gravel trail in the Village. With flat and hilly terrain, this trail also offers great opportunities for runners and golf carts. Rating: Overall Difficult/ Moderate Sections; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly. HERRADURA TRAIL Hike or bike the Herradura Trail for beautiful woodland views. MAGELLAN BEAVER DAM TRAIL: Catch a glimpse of your feathered friends on the Magellan Beaver Dam Trail which was built by the HSV Audubon Society. This wetland nature trail includes bird identification signage. Rating: Easy; Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly. SONORA-CALELLA TRAIL: Hike or bike along the Sonora-Calella Trail, a hilly, asphalt-surfaced path on the north side of DeSoto Blvd. Rating: Moderate; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly. WAYPOINT TRAIL: View Lake DeSoto on the Waypoint Trail (formerly DeSoto Marina Trail). Stop in for coffee or a snack at nearby Waypoint Marina. Rating: Easy; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly.


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Upcoming CRAFT BREWS Events Sept. 20: Zoo Brew, Little Rock

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he microbrewery phenomenon is alive and thriving in Arkansas! Across the country in the last 10 years, something strange and extraordinary has happened. A 200-year-old industry has exploded with new brewery establishments and more than doubled its workforce. What is equally amazing is that this has happened during a time when U.S. beer consumption has actually declined. The growth of microbreweries and craft beers is a direct outcome of changes in consumer taste, with people looking for fuller flavor and greater variety. Brew Fests are popping up across the country, reflecting the growing popularity of craft beers. Each year, the Ouachita Region hosts the Hot Springs Bath Haus Beer Festival and the Natural State Beer & Wine Festival. Central Arkansas also hosts a Great Arkansas Beer Festival, Food & Foam Fest. Today, there are more than 30 breweries across Arkansas,

Enjoy the West Mountain Trail View

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ycle along the West Mountain Trail in Hot Springs National Park for a mountain top experience and beautiful fall views. Spanning a little more than a mile, the West Mountain Trail intersects the Mountain Top Trail above Prospect Ave. The trail also crosses West Mountain Dr. onto a stone footbridge before merging with the Canyon Trail. Start at Whittington Park on the Mountain Top Trail and connect into West Mountain Trail for a nice loop trail experience. Don't miss the nearby Arkansas Alligator Farm and Petting Zoo (AlligatorFarmZoo. com), a one-of-a-kind attraction that has been in Hot Springs for more than 100 years. Treat yourself to a cold brew or two at one of the great microbreweries located near this trail including the Superior Bathhouse Brewery (Superior-

with at least one in each major city in the state. Many of their names reflect their Arkansan heritage. For example, Blue Canoe is named for the founders’ love of canoeing the Buffalo River, and Diamond Bear reflects the first two Arkansas state nicknames. Hot Springs’ Superior Bathhouse Brewery turned the long-vacant Superior Bathhouse into a brewery, tasting room, restaurant, and event venue. This microbrewery is noted for not only being the first brewery in a National Park, but also the world’s first to use the thermal spring water as a main ingredient. For local brews, head to SQZBX Brewery and Pizza Joint, Grateful Head Pizza Oven and Beer Garden, Bubba Brew’s, or Superior Bathhouse Brewery in Hot Springs! And Little Rock boasts Rebel Kettle Brewery and Damgoode Pies Brewhouse in the River Market. With variety like these establishments, it's safe to say the craft beer trend is alive and well in Arkansas.

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oin golfers around Arkansas, and across the country, to enjoy the changing autumn leaves and cooler temperatures while playing in Hot Springs Village on one of nine championship golf courses designed by Ault, Clark & Associates. Whether you want to improve your game or enjoy the outdoors, there’s something for everyone. With so many courses, you can play a different one every day of the week; no two courses or holes are the same! And you might find the home of your dreams on one of the Village golf courses! BALBOA GOLF CLUB: Walk your way to fitness while you practice your swing on Balboa Golf Club’s course. Wider fairways and fewer elevation changes provide a great place to take a stroll while enjoying the fall colors. Balboa’s 18-hole golf course includes a driving range, putting Hot Springs Village is THE destination for golf with top ranked courses and scenic views. And as a Troon Golf partner, the industry’s leader in upscale golf courses, golfers will find a truly exceptional experience. For more, go to TroonAdvantage.com.

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FOR HSV GOLFERS green and short game area. The greens are a blend of Penn Cross and Crenshaw Bent grasses, and the fairways are 419 Bermuda grass. CORONADO GOLF CLUB: Get in a game of golf on your time frame at the Coronado Golf Club’s par-62 golf course. It is the only executive length course in Hot Springs Village. Although Coronado does not have sand bunkers, the course is as challenging from 150 yards as any other course in the Village. Coronado also offers a putting green. The greens are Penn Cross Bent grass, and the fairways are Common Bermuda. CORTEZ GOLF CLUB: Bask in the natural beauty of Hot Springs Village at Cortez Golf Club. Enjoy a showcase of beautiful views along the

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course’s 18 holes. Cortez’s No. 10 is considered one of the toughest holes in HSV, and No. 17 is breathtakingly beautiful. The course features a driving range and putting green. The greens are SRT1020 Bent grass, and fairways are Hybrid Bermuda grass. DESOTO GOLF CLUB: Families will enjoy the DeSoto Golf Club. The renovated 18-hole course has three finishing holes and includes two par 5s and a par 4. DeSoto also includes a driving range and putting green. The greens are Champion Ultra Dwarf, and fairways are 419 Bermuda grass. DIAMANTE GOLF CLUB: Topped-ranked Diamante Golf Club is the only private membership golf club in Hot Springs Village. The course offers a variety of play options,

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and includes an 18-hole golf course, driving range, putting green and short game area. Spread over 7,560 yards from its back set of six tees, Diamante was has been ranked the 38th most-difficult course in the nation by Golf Digest, and one of the ‘10 Toughest ClubCorp Courses’ by Private Clubs. The greens are SR1020 Bent grass, and fairways are Meyers Zoysia. GRANADA GOLF CLUB: Ranked as one of the best golf courses in the state, Granada Golf Club's 18 holes include par 3s, 4s and 5s. Playing through this course includes a gorgeous waterfall along the 18th-hole fairway. Granada also includes a driving range, putting green and short game area. The greens are a blend of L93 and Crenshaw Bent grasses, and the fairways are Tif Sport Bermuda. ISABELLA GOLF CLUB: Looking for something a little different? Then you’ve got to play the 27-hole Isabella Golf Club complex. Top ranked Isabella is fun for the novice and professional golfer. The complex features three nine-hole rotations, Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria. Wider fairways and driving areas combined with twists, turns and elevation changes will keep your game interesting. Isabella

also includes a driving range, putting green and short game area. The greens are a blend of L93 and Crenshaw Bent grasses. The fairways are 419 Bermuda grass. MAGELLAN GOLF CLUB: Practice makes perfect at the Magellan Golf Club. Magellan was originally opened as a three-hole golf school and includes an 18-hole golf course, a large driving range, putting green and several short game areas. The greens, which are comprised of Champion Ultra Dwarf, were renovated in 2012 along with some bunkers. The fairways are 419 Bermuda grass. PONCE DE LEON GOLF CLUB: Consistently ranked in the state’s top 10 courses by Golf Digest and the Arkansas Business Journal, Ponce de Leon Golf Club is a favorite among golfers. The 18-hole golf course also includes a putting green and short game area. The greens are Penn Link and Crenshaw Bent grasses, and the fairways are Tif-way II Bermuda.

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RELAX & RECHARGE

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ind inner calm at The Yoga Place in Hot Springs. Housed in a 100-year-old church with stained glass windows and hardwood floors, You immediately feel a sense of peace when you walk inside. According to Karen Reeves, The Yoga Place owner and E-RYT instructor, peace is what people are often in need of when they attend a class. “Yoga is not just a physical workout,” says Reeves. “It’s letting go of the stress and anxiety that so many people feel daily.” Reeves says she wants class attendees to “feel better when they leave than when they came in.” She encourages people to make time to come to a class, noting, “I’ve never heard anyone who said they regretted

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isit Dryden Pottery in Hot Springs for locally produced, beautifully designed pottery. Each high quality ceramic is created using a technique that is four generations in the making. Founded over 70 years ago, Dryden Pottery has been in Hot Springs since 1946. Treat yourself to an American treasure where you can feel the imagination, devotion, labor, transformation, and resilience in it's walls. The pottery is the first and only to use Arkansas novaculite in both the clay and glasses, which creates an extremely durable, scratch resistant piece. Take home a masterpiece today! DrydenPottery.com. 10

Yoga in HSV

FIND YOUR CALM

Take a yoga class in Hot Springs Village at the Coronado Fitness Center. The full workout facility offers basic yoga, flo yoga, as well as barre, bodyworks, dance fitness, and boxing classes. The fitness center also includes a large exercise area with weight and cardio equipment, a three-lane walking track, an exercise classroom, a 25-meter heated indoor pool, a whirlpool, steam room, sauna, and massage therapy.

coming to a class." People will say, "I had to make myself come," and then afterward they will say, "but it was exactly what I needed." For Reeves, yoga has been a calming presence in her life. She has also experienced some great health benefits. Diagnosed with osteoarthritis in her 40s, she was seriously considering a knee replacement when she decided to give yoga a try, and she has had amazing results. Her knee pain is gone. Reeves wants to share the benefits of yoga with those in her classes. “It is my passion to help you feel your very best, physically, emotionally, and spiritually,” she says. The Yoga Place offers classes seven days a week for beginners to advanced, providing modifications to suit every fitness level. Reeves has received specific training so she can offer classes for cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers. The Yoga Place, located at 301 Whittington Avenue in Hot Springs, is available to rent for events including weddings and receptions. To learn more, go to TheYogaPlaceHS.com or call 501-681-0566.

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Ouch! My Back Hurts! Visit Dr. Dailey for Relief

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hiropractic care is more than just making the pain disappear. "It is about learning, understanding, and taking care of your body to improve your quality of life,” notes Dr. Don Dailey, who has been meeting the chiropractic needs of Hot Springs Village residents for more than 13 years. A native Arkansan, Dr. Dailey attended Southern Arkansas University and graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College in 2005. Dr. Dailey made the decision to practice in Hot Springs Village because he liked the region. His specialty is decompression of the spine to help bulging discs, herniated discs, and neuropathy. Dr. Dai-

ley says working with Village seniors is both rewarding and challenging. The challenges come from witnessing unique conditions. The rewards come from caring for seniors who are taking better care of themselves and being more active than seniors of years ago. Since back pain is often about more than the back, Dr. Dailey has developed a strategy for his patients. He seeks to educate patients about chiropractic care and other natural solutions to common health problems, motivating them to take a more active and responsible role in restoring and maintaining their health. Learn more at HSVChiropractic.com.

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Fabulous Fall Fitness Activities in the Village

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et fit this fall in Hot Springs Village. And whether you prefer to exercise indoors or outside, there’s plenty of options available. Exercise in year-round comfort at the Coronado Fitness Center while enjoying the view of Lake Coronado. Work out in the large fitness room which includes a walking track, as well as treadmills, bikes, free weights, and other machines. Join a fitness class. With offerings like Pilates, group indoor cycling, water aerobics, dance fitness, and even Tai Chi and martial arts, there’s a class that you’ll enjoy. Swim in the heated indoor pool, or enjoy the whirlpool, steam room, or sauna. You can even book a massage with a

licensed therapist to help work out those aches and pains. Our club sports offer plenty of opportunities to get outside and enjoy the cooler weather while making new friends. Master pickleball, a court sport that is a hybrid of badminton, tennis, and ping-pong. With more than 350 players in the Village, it’s a great way to spend time with friends while you stay fit. Lawn bowling and bocce ball are also popular club sports, and there’s even a senior softball league. Practice your swing at the Coronado Tennis Center, a 13-court complex with clay and hard surface courts, lounge, kitchen, and pro shop. So whether you exercise outside or indoors, just get going … it’s sure to be fantastic!

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Rock Porch: Eastbound and Down with Jackie B 7 p.m., Grove Park, Hot Springs Village Hot Springs Motorcycle Rally Hot Springs Candid Camera 8 Decades of Smiles, Peter Funt 7:30 p.m., Coronado Center, Hot Springs Village Health and Wellness Expo Hot Springs Event Center, Hot Springs Jack Wright's Songs & Stories of Neil Diamond Coronado Center, Hot Springs Village Muses "Opera Classics Plus!" 7 p.m., Woodlands Auditorium, Hot Springs Village Oaklawn Concert Series: John Oates Oaklawn Racing & Gaming, Hot Springs Spa-Con HS Convention Center, Hot Springs World Tour of Wines: Washington State 6 p.m., Coronado Center, Hot Springs Village Food Truck Friday at the Market Farmers Market, Hot Springs

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Hot Water Hills Music & Arts Festival Hill Wheatley Plaza, Hot Springs Rock Porch: Mark Currey 7 p.m. Grove Park, Hot Springs Village Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival Arlington Hotel, Hot Springs World Tour of Wines: New York 6 p.m., Coronado Center, Hot Springs Village

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Let's Dance in HSV

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ancing is a popular activity in Hot Springs Village, and the Merry Mixers Dance Club makes sure that everyone has an opportunity to enjoy their favorite dance style. Whether it’s Ballroom, Swing, Latin, Rock, or Country Music, you’ll find it. The Merry Mixers dance to live music at the Coronado Center on the third Saturday of every month, September through May. Contact Rolland White, 501-915-8111, rwhitehsv3@sbcglobal.net. Looking for some boot stomping fun? Line Dancing is that and more. The fun is doing it with a great group of people from in and around the Village! Every Monday morning at 10 a.m., those fun people can be found at the McAuley Senior Center, shaking their booties. Contact Doris and Ken Lancaster at kenlancaster38@gmail.com.

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Oktoberfest

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ark your calendars for October 12-13 and bring the entire family to Oktoberfest in Hot Springs. The event, which benefits the FACES Foundation, will be held at Hill Wheatley Plaza, 629 Central Ave., Hot Springs. Enjoy authentic Bavarian beer and cuisine as well as family fun activities. The FACES Foundation provides individuals with needed services relat-

ed to facial deformities, birth defects, and reconstruction, while promoting safe and healthy living, and giving back to the community. FACES founder, Dr. Daron Praetzel, also co-owns The Vault restaurant in Hot Springs along with Jason Taylor. He is a local oral and maxillofacial surgeon. For more information on the event, go to OktoberfestHotSprings.com.

Visit the Vault for Dining Satisfaction

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hen you enter the Vault in Hot Springs, the first thing that you notice is the visually stunning decor. When you savor the food selection, you will see that this restaurant has incorporated the elements of style and taste to create a completely satisfying dining experience. Visit the Vault in Hot Springs and select an appetizer or entrĂŠe from their varied and appealing menu. Enjoy a wide selection of seafood, steaks and fowl. Select a glass or bottle of vino from their extensive wine list.

If your taste buds are craving the Vault's Seafood and Grits, a dish full of lobster, crawfish tails, scallops, blackened red fish, oysters, shrimp, Andouille sausage and smoked cheddar grits, you will not be disappointed. Try the Orchard Salad which is loaded with baby spinach, ginger vinaigrette, and goat cheese. Dessert at the Vault is not simply the final course, it is truly a culinary event. Opt for German Chocolate cake with Amaretto ice cream or the Chef ’s Selection Cheesecake.

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Wild Turkeys Roost in the Village

HSV Woodworkers Benefit Children

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ot Springs Village Woodworkers encourages anyone interested in woodworking, at any level, to join them and learn new skills and techniques. With roughly 60 active members, the Woodworkers are about more than learning to work with wood. The members put their skills to work to benefit local children through many non-profit and charitable organizations. Woodworkers make Christmas toys and gifts for area children. In past years, Woodworkers have donated over 400 toys and gifts to local groups. They also teach children in after school programs, provide end-of-the-school year award bookcases, hold an annual blind camp workshop, and participate in a summer school program. The Club offers a great opportunity for anyone interested in learning more about the craft of woodworking, looking for the camaraderie of fellow-woodworkers, and doing good things in the community! Villagewoodworkers.org.

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ild turkeys are ble” for attention. They magnificent birds, nest on the ground, often alert and cautious, and at the base of a tree or in tall grass. Newly hatched are welcome year-round chicks follow the female, Village residents. They are often seen in early mornwho feeds them for a few ing and evening on the days until they learn to roadside, foraging for tasty find food on their own; Photo by Vic Prislipsky she broods them at night plants and insects. for several weeks. As the chicks grow, Turkeys usually get around by walking or running, but they are also they form groups of hens and broods. HSV Audubon invites you to fly strong flyers and typically roost overnight in trees. In the Spring, courting over to HSVBirds.org or call Norma males puff up their feathers and “gobWall at 214-212-6770.

RV Roadrunners Explore the US

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ow many of us have dreamed of RV’ing in retirement? Explore the country… meet new people. The HSV Roadrunners Club is for those who are actually living that dream. With 42 member couples, the Club has explored Arkansas and traveled as far west as California, as far east as

New York, and south as far as Florida. This past summer, the Roadrunners traveled to Canada. Find upcoming trips and membership information at hsvroadrunners.com.

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Sprint Triathlon (TRI-the-Village) and the Bike MS150. Join the ABC to take part in one of their rides. Learn more at HSVabc. weebly.com. For more information, contact David O’Brien at 830-285-5129 or djob1947boom@gmail.com.

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Biking Club Races for Fitness, Fun

he Ageless Bikers Club (ABC) is a group of cycling enthusiasts in the Hot Springs Village area who enjoy social, recreational, and outdoor cycling. There are 12 different bike ride routes that are 16 to 22 miles long, and some that extend to 35 miles or more. ABC supports events such as the Annual

37 Ponferrada Way, Hot Springs Village: $285,000, MLS#17004166, 4 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, 4,575 Sq. Ft.

6 Docente Lane, Hot Springs Village: $309,900, MLS#18002787, 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, 2,260 Sq. Ft.

JANE HOLLANSWORTH: 501-922-8177 DARLA HOLLANSWORTH: 501-209-1040 HSVAgent.com

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Stay in Hot Springs Village with RE/MAX Rentals

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iscover Hot Springs Village in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas, and stay in a nightly vacation rental with RE/MAX of Hot Springs Village. Choose a golf course home and get in some time on the links. Or enjoy spectacular views lakeside or atop a mountain. Whatever you choose, relax and let RE/MAX Nightly Rentals

take care of the details. Feel at home with “add on” items like groceries, wine, water, treats and more. Play tennis, pickleball, or bike on 30-plus miles of nature trails. Kick back on three community beaches, or go for a swim, fish, kayak, boat, or paddle board in one of 11 beautiful lakes. Unwind in the beauty of the Ouachita Forest.

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eel in fun on one of 11 recreational lakes in Hot Springs Village. Mild fall weather offers opportunities for skiing, kayaking or fishing. Grill your catch lakeside, or relax on one of our beaches. Purchase bait, tackle, snacks and more at Balboa Marina on Lake Balboa or Waypoint Marina on Lake Coronado.

10 Pasillo Way, Hot Springs Village: $199,900 MLS# 18020351, 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2,128 Sq. Ft.

LINDA FORRY

501-922-8991 HotSpringsVillageLiving.com Hot Springs Village

The vacation rental homes are perfect for everyone. Hot Springs Village Property Management by RE/MAX of HSV strives to provide everything needed for you to be “At Home in Hot Springs Village.” Book online with confidence at VillageNightlyRentals.com. Stay Longer in a Rental Home RE/MAX also offers long-term rentals so you can be “At Home in Hot Springs Village” for as long as you like. Choose a townhome or standalone home. Live lakeside, linkside, or in the woods, furnished or unfurnished. View available properties at HSVRentalHomes.com.

Lake Balboa, 944 acres, sand beach, pavilions, grills and picnic area, boat ramp off Ponce de Leon Drive. Lake Coronado, 380 acres, boat ramp and picnic area off Murillo Way Lake Cortez, 245 acres, sand beach, picnic area, pavilion, fire place and gazebo, boat ramp off Carmona Road. Lake DeSoto, 200 acres, sand beach and picnic area, boat ramp off DeSoto Blvd. Lake Estrella, 21 acres, boat ramp off Panorama Drive. Lake Granada, 54 acres, boat ramp off Gusta Lane. Lake Isabella, 25 acres, boat ramp off Pillar Lane. Lake Maria, 27 acres, boat ramp off Linares Lane. Lake Pineda, 62 acres, boat ramp off Camino Road. Lake Segovia, 11 acres, no boat ramp. Lake Sophia, 36 acres, boat ramp off El Cano Drive.

22 Panorama Drive, Hot Springs Village: $383,275

MLS#18024095, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, 2 Half Baths, 2,627 Sq. Ft.

MIKE GRIFFIN

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Flavor Perfection Bar-B-Qed

Taste down home Bar-B-Q goodness in Hot Springs!

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ickeys Bar-B-Q is perhaps one of the best examples of a family restaurant we have seen. Founded by Mickey and Patricia Bearden over 28 years ago, Mickey's Bar-B-Q slow smokes all their meats with hickory wood for an amazing flavor. If you are looking for serious comfort food, you will want to consider Mickeys as your Bar-B-Q destination! MickeysBBQSauce.com Owner Scott McClard believes in remaining true to his family heritage. McClards’ Bar-B-Q strives to "use the best ingredients you can get, buy the best quality cuts you can get, and be sure you don't skimp on portions." They also make their side dishes on

the premises every day, using the recipes from their great-grandfather. "You can't buy this stuff off of a truck. You can't take beans out of a can and make it taste like my great-grandfather's recipe." McClards.com Famous Memphis-style barbecue rub is the cornerstone of the family business-owned and operated Smokin’ in Style. Joe and his great staff serve up barbecue and more. Try the nachos, salads, fresh hand-pattied hamburgers, and even a “smokin’ baked potato” that Joe claims may end up weighing a whopping 4-5 pounds when loaded! Even catfish is done with the Smokin’ in Style rub. Save room for great, great grand-

ma's banana pudding that is handmade fresh every day. Joe describes the restaurant this way: “Delicious food, great staff and great customers!” SmokinNStyle.com Satisfy your craving for delicious barbecue at Stubby’s Bar-B-Q Restaurant in Hot Springs. Since 1952, this local favorite has been serving up slow cooked meats such as ribs, beef, pork, and chicken, slathered in original Stubby’s sauce. Owner Chris Dunkel is dedicated to great customer service. Stubby’s is a destination for Hot Springs visitors and hometown folks alike. The restaurant has also been recognized by several food critics and has even been featured on the Travel Channel. What makes Stubby’s such a crowd pleaser? Dunkel says it is the restaurant’s signature blending of regional favorites like Tennessee pork butts and Texas beef brisket doused with their sweet, mild Kansas City style sauce. “We are one of the few places who makes our own sauce,” says Dunkel. Stop by Stubby's soon for unique, flavorful barbecue. StubbysBBQ.com

Blitzed Pig Offers Food, Fun and a "Fantastic" Environment

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ooking for a great restaurant and with a superb sports bar? We have the place for you! The Blitzed Pig promises to offer food, fun and a fantastic environment. This place is a favorite spot for many. It has more than 24 TV sets helping you track all of your favorite events. Stop

2 Aventura Trace, Hot Springs Village: $309,000 MLS#18020877, 2 Beds, 2.5 Baths, 2,481 Sq. Ft.

by to relax and enjoy some of their namesake specialties such as blitzed chicken wings, blitzed chicken tenders or a blitzed cheeseburger. Or pick one of their appetizers such as crispy fried pickles, cheese bread, Siracha fries and Shazzam shrimp. BlitzedPig.com

420 Maderas Drive, Hot Springs Village: $439,900 MLS#18005696, 3 Beds, 3 Baths, 3,520 Sq. Ft.

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31 Halcon Way, Hot Springs Village: $83,500 MLS#1802155, 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,402 Sq. Ft.


Fabulous Food Finds in Hot Springs Village

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talian House Ristorante in Hot Springs Village offers five-star Italian food in a romantic fine dining atmosphere. Open for dinner Tuesday - Saturday, locals frequent the restaurant regularly to indulge in their favorite dishes like Fried Goat Cheese Salad, Grilled Salmon finished with a bourbon and brown sugar reduction, Grilled Shrimp Scampi, Veal Piccata, Ravioli Manzo, Penne Vodka, Fettuccine Alfredo, Meat Lasagna and more. Be sure to save room for the decadent Palazzo for two or four. This dessert includes a delicious combination of crème brulee, cannoli and tiramisu. Owners David & Karin say, “It’s all about the people, our regulars. We love them, and even fly in salmon from Chile for one customer who prefers a leaner flavor, order bottles of specialty spirits for others, and import some of own desserts from Italy to insure everyone ends their meal with great pleasure.”

Village Hibachi

Italian House Ristorante

Taste the flavors of the Orient at Village Hibachi. Located on Hwy. 7 just outside the Hot Springs Village West Gate, the restaurant offers Japanese cuisine including fresh sushi. Enjoy beef, shrimp, chicken, grilled hibachi style and served with fried rice and vegetables. Village Hibachi also features sushi, sashimi and nigiri. For more information, go to Facebook.com/VillageHibachi.

Pour Yourself a Glass of Healthy Community at Central Nutrition

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t first glance, you might be tempted to think Central Nutrition is just about the beverages. And while it is true, you’ll find delicious, healthy teas and shakes there, the place offers something else … a community. “When you walk through the door at Central Nutrition, and you buy a shake or tea, you are automatically part of a health club,” says Shawn Cooper, co-owner. The beverages are both tasty and healthy. Who wouldn’t want a shake that tastes like a candy bar but is also good for you? Cooper, and co-owner, Kelsey Moss, suggest trying the two most popular shake flavors, the chocolate chip pancake shake and the salted caramel shake. All shakes are fueled with Herbal Life protein. Central Nutrition also serves healthy teas, which contain B vitamins and Ginseng, and get this… some actually burn calories… so you’ll end up with a calorie deficit. Whoa! Pour me a glass, right? The staff works hard to create an environment that builds community. “We want our customers to feel healthy in all aspects, not only physical but also mental and spiritual,”

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says Cooper. In fact, by the time you leave Central Nutrition, you might just end up feeling like an extended member of the family. That is exactly what Cooper and Moss are hoping. Drop by Central Nutrition for a taste of healthy living and link arms with a great community. Central Nutrition is located at 7298 Central Ave. in Hot Springs.

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Ouachita Mountain Smokehouse 4656 Hwy. 7, Ste. Q, Hot Springs Village, 501-204-5151

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D E S LO C & SOLD 9 Cuerda Way, Hot Springs Village: $265,000 MLS# 18011871, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,758 Sq. Ft.

MIKI GARRISON

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HOT SPRINGS

VILLAGE AMERICAN

EATS

Balboa Sports Bar & Lounge: 111 Balboa Way, 501-922-2909 Beehive Neighborhood Hangout: 220 Minorca Rd., 501-777-8176 Blue Springs Grill: 6225 Hwy.. 7 N, Jessieville, 501-204-5050 DeSoto Club: 100 Clubhouse Dr., 501-915-0007 Debra’s: 198 Carmona Rd., 501-984-6677 Granada Grill: 250 Maderas Dr., 501-922-1372 Home Plate Café: 5110 Hwy. 7N, 501-984-6969, HomePlateCafeHSV.com Last Chance Lakeside Café: 488 Ponce de Leon Dr., 501-9224870, LastChanceHSV.com One of a Kind Café: 372 E Glazy Peau Rd., 501-655-1326 The Shack: 7901 Hwy. 7N, Jessieville, 501-984-5619 Tanner’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill: 25255 Hwy. 5, Lonsdale, 501-915-9880 Waypoint at DeSoto Marina: 120 Marina Rd., 501-922-5511

ASIAN

Great China Buffet: 4419 Hwy. 7, 501-984-6167, GreatWallBuffetAR.com Village Hibachi: 4656 Hwy. 7, 501-204-5028

BAKERY

Sweet Cheeks Bakery: 4656 Hwy. 7N, 501-764-6126, SweetCheeksHSV.com

BBQ

Clampits Country Kitchen & Market: 5398 Hwy. 7N, 501-204-5030, Facebook.com/Clampitscountrykitchen Ouachita Mountain Smokehouse: 4656 Hwy. 7N, 501-209-5455

CAJUN

Cypress Bayou Specialty Meats: 3958 N Hwy.. 7N, 501-204-5015 The Saint at Isabella: 110 Inciador Way, 501-226-3334, TheSaintHSV.com

COFFEE

Melinda’s Coffee & More: 3901 Hwy. 7N, 501-984-5393, MelindasHSV.com

ITALIAN

Dolce Vita: 111 Ponderosa Lane, Suite A, 501-226-3377 Italian House & Grill: 4501 Hwy. 7N, 501-984-6602, ItalianHouseGrill.com Raffella Rose at Cortez: 299 Cortez Road, 501-915-0855, RaffaellaRose.com

MEXICAN

El Acapulco: 2800 Hwy. 7N, 501-321-1680 El Jimador: 107 DeSoto Center Dr, 501-915-8191 El Padrino: 4640 Hwy. 7N, 501-984-5525

PIZZA

Charlie’s Pizza Pub: 127 McNeely, Circle, 501-984-6216, CharliesPizzaPub.com Domino’s Pizza: 4656 Hwy. 7N, 501-915-9595, Dominos.com Mulligan’s at Ponce: 300 Ponce de Leon Drive, 501-922-1623 Molly O’Brien’s: 8913 Park Ave, HS, 501-321-2227

Help Fight Cancer at Upcoming Village Walk

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oin Village residents and others on Saturday, Sept. 29. Support cancer research by walking along the Hernando and Balboa trails. All funds raised will benefit the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute at University of Arkansas Medical Sciences. Opening ceremonies start at 7:30 a.m. at the Balboa Pavilion, which is located at 476 Ponce de Leon Drive, in Hot Springs Village. Registration is $35. “The Village Walk for Cancer Research is the largest fund

39 Victoria Lane, Hot Springs Village: $279,900 MLS# 18008161, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2,300 Sq. Ft.

PAT BOLLIER 501-425-0134 PatBollier.com

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raising event for cancer research in the Village,” said Melanie Pederson, Cancer Walk chairperson. “The Walk brings together survivors, family members of those who have lost loved ones, and the community. We couldn’t do this without our planning team who spends countless hours working to ensure a smooth and successful Walk.” "RE/MAX of Hot Springs Village has been a part of the Village Walk for Cancer Research for over 12 years," says Clara Nicolosi, RE/MAX of Hot Springs Village owner. RE/MAX will be serving house-made smoked brats and hot dogs from Clampit's Country Kitchen and Meat Market at the event. "What a privilege it is to be a part of an organization that has raised over a million dollars for cancer research. All of the proceeds will be used right here in Arkansas, at the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute at UAMS. Cancer touches the lives of everyone we know. Working together we are one step closer to a cure." Both Joey and Lynn Clampit, who own Clampit's, are cancer survivors. "This a cause that is near and dear to our hearts," said Joey Clampit. "Cancer research is something we want to take a part in, and we look forward to being a part of the event this year. For more information, go to WalkforCancerResearch. org or contact Melanie Pederson at 501-915-8747 or chairman@walkforcancerresearch.org.


Regional Schools Provide Quality Educational Options

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ot Springs Village is a great place to raise a family. There are two schools nearby offering quality education programs for children Prek-12th grade. Fountain Lake School District: Supporting "Every Student Every Day For Success" is the goal of the Fountain Lake School District according to the school’s website, FLCobras.net. The school, which is home to the Fountain Lake Cobras, aspires to inspire, motivate, and prepare students to be confident, productive, knowledgeable, goal-oriented citizens. Fountain Lake includes students from both Garland and Saline counties and provides the latest technology. The school's focus is to build quality relationships with all students, to provide a level of support to assist students in achieving their goals academically, and to prepare them for employment. The district is committed to do whatever it takes to support their students. Jessieville School District: Home of the Jessieville Li-

ons, the school which opened in 1937, has years of academic excellence and a commitment to the future of the Jessieville and Hot Springs Village community. The high school offers the HUB program, a non-traditional educational route that provides flexible options for learning via a combination of online and face-to-face courses, according to Melissa G. Speers, Ed. S., Jessieville interim superintendent. These students also receive job skills training. The school is built on the foundation that all students are lifelong learners, striving to strengthen students' integrity, engagement, and success in a safe and orderly environment. "Jessieville School District has been home to multiple generations of families. It is a small school but it is still able to meet the needs of students to prepare them successfully for college and career," said Speers, noting the district "provides breakfast and lunch to every student at no cost to the parent or student." Learn more at jsdlions.net.

Day Spa

4332 Central Ave, Hot Springs 501-520-5400, ChrysalisDaySpa.com

29 Lejos Lane, Hot Springs Village: $520,000 MLS#18020333, 4 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, 3,912 Sq. Ft.

7 Casita Lane, Hot Springs Village: $164,500 MLS#18016372, 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, 1,928 Sq. Ft.

MODINE SPRUELL

NANCY CROSS

501-922-7741 Modine@ymail.com

Hot Springs Village

501-922-8331 NancyCross.net

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INSURANCE • About $1,200 on a $175,000 home with $1,000 deductible in Garland County.

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ot Springs Village offers affordable living with low tax rates and real estate options available in almost every price range. Check out these statistics for details.

REAL ESTATE VALUES • Total Housing Units: 9,727 (8,640 Single Family, 988 Townhouses, 99 Timeshares) • Avg. Home Price: $210,000 • Avg. Rental: $800 - $1,200 mo. • Avg. Townhome: $70,000 - $315,000 • Resale Home Price: $90,000 - $1.2 million • Avg. Cost for New Build: $196,000 • Lot Avg. Size: 90’x160’ depending on topography • Lot Price w/Amenities: $10,000 - $20,000 • Lake, Golf or Mountain View Lots: $15,000 - $50,000 • Golf Lots: $40,000 - $75,000 • Lake Lots: $50,000 - $230,000

Looking For a New Construction Home, Centrally Located in Hot Springs Village? Call Peggy!

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PROPERTY TAXES • Assessed at 20% of appraised valuation. Taxes in the Jessieville School District (Garland County) are assessed at $42.30 per $1,000 of assessed value ($846.00 on a $100,000 home). Taxes in the Fountain Lake School District are assessed at $38.40 per $1,000 assessed value in Garland County ($768.00 on a $100,000 home), and $44.50 per $1,000 in Saline County ($890 on a $100,000 home). ARKANSAS SALES TAX • 8% in Garland County; 6.5% in Saline County; 6.5% to 8% in Hot Springs Village. • STATE AND LOCAL TAXES • State income tax is pro-rated up to 7% over $25,000 per year. There are several exemptions such as social security benefits and the first $6,000 received under a public or private employer sponsored retirement plan. UTILITIES (monthly prices unless noted) • Water, Sewer & Sanitation (bi-monthly) • Water: $17.60 ($8.80 per 2,000 gallons) • Garbage: $31.00 • Sewer & Street Lights: $43.00 • Ambulance: $14.00 • Street Light Fee: $5.40 • Electricity: $0.10 per kilowatt hour (KWH). Average home usage: 1,500 KWH • Telephone: $28.24 (basic service) • Cable TV: $25.00 (basic service) • Satellite Network: $29.99 (basic service)

43 Almazan Way, Hot Springs Village: $164,900 MLS#18023914, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2,154 Sq. Ft.

RAY CLEM

501-620-6163 RayClemHSV.com Hot Springs Village


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all is beautiful in Hot Springs Village, the largest gated community in North America. With four distinct seasons, great amenities, and low property taxes, there’s something for everyone. Established in 1970, the 26,000-plus-acre Village is one of the top recreation and retirement communities around. More than 13,000 residents call HSV home, and about 36,000 people (residents and non-residents) own property. Hot Springs Village is located in west central Arkansas, near historic Hot Springs, and less than an hour from Little Rock. Pick your favorite past time, whether it's golfing, lakes, fitness, tennis, pickleball, entertainment, we have it! The Village is divided into nine neighborhoods, each with distinct amenities and features. The Village Center neighborhood is the central hub of

what’s happening in Hot Springs Village. As the home of Grove Park and the Woodlands Auditorium, this is the place for live music, performing arts, as well as farmers’ and artisans’ markets. A walkable, mixed-use neighborhood with retail, multi-family homes and townhomes has been planned for this neighborhood which is on the banks of Lake Balboa, the largest lake in the Village. Nicknamed for being located South of Balboa, SoBo features wooded rolling hills, Lake Balboa, and the Balboa Golf Club. Plans are under way to create the Balboa Arts Center, which will be designed as a haven for painters, potters, photographers, and more. This neighborhood is conveniently located near grocery stores, restaurants, and close to Hot Springs and the Fountain Lake School District. Play on a different golf course every day when you call the East Village home. This neighborhood is home to Granada, Isabella, Magellan, Ponce de Leon, and Diamante Golf Clubs. Prefer water sports? This is the place for you, with easy access to Lakes Balboa, Granada, Estrella, Sophia, Maria, and Isabella. Trails crisscross the area and you’re just minutes from Benton, Bryant, and Little Rock.

42 Campana Lane, Hot Springs Village: $329,500 MLS#18022768, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2,615 Sq. Ft.

SUSIE BURNS

501-922-8989 SusieBurnsHSV.com Hot Springs Village

Breathe In Boutique Halotherapy Spa Feel your cares melt away as you recline in the state of the art salt room and experience the healing power of breathing salt air. Get some Breathing Room.

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FALL

Fall Flavors

Pumpkin & Maple Oil, Cheesecake Mixes from evilO, Hot Springs, OliveBackwards.com

Shopping

Stack 'Em Up

Pancake Mixes from Savory Pantry, Hot Springs, SavoryPantry.com

"Wood" Works

Wooden Gifts from the Arkansas Alligator Farm & Petting Zoo, Hot Springs, AlligatorFarmZoo.com

Natural Beauty

Gemstone Jewelry from Ron Coleman Mine, Jessieville, ColemanQuartz.com

Kick Back

Hammocks from State & Pride Provisions Co., Hot Springs,

StateandPride.com

Lollipop, Lollipop

Loli Rock Candy from Candy Corner, Hot Springs, Facebook.com/ ColonialCandyCorner

It's Wine O'Clock

Honey Pot Gluten-Free Wine from Spa Pumpkin Honey from Old City Tropical Winery & Gifts, Crow General Store, Benton, Hot Springs, SpaCityTropicalWinery.com OldeCrowGeneralStore.com

Pour It On

Maple Syrup from Village Nutrition, Hot Springs Village, VillageNutrition.com

Beautiful Bags

Bags from Valley Rose Boutique, Hot Springs Village

Call the Hogs

Razorback Outfit from You-Nique Boutique, Hot Springs

Stylish Stogies

Cigars from Churchill's Fine Cigars & Gifts, Hot Springs, Facebook.com/ CigarsHotSprings 22

Just Breathe

Himalayan Salt Lamp from Earthbound Trading Company, Hot Springs, EarthboundTrading.com


Visit Little Rock for a Unique Food Experience Fassler Hall

Paninis & Co.

Star of India

Say Guten Tag to Little Rock's Fassler Hall Bring your friends and family to Little Rock’s Fassler Hall for a German bierhall experience that’s a little closer to home. With communal style seating, spread out and enjoy a cold beer or beverage from the full bar and some of the best bar food around, according to Ashley Price, General Manager. Located in downtown Little Rock next door to Dust Bowl Lanes and Lounge, Fassler Hall’s large patio (the largest in Little Rock), is a great place to sample one of the Haus Made sausages, with nine options to choose from including the Hunter, which is made of Venison, Buffalo and Pork. Don‘t miss the crackling pork rinds, which are made on site, and Duck fat fries. And no German bierhall would be complete without giant pretzels served with a spicy Gouda cheese sauce. With 18 beers on tap, this place has the adult beverage you are looking for! FasslerHall.com Enjoy Healthy, Tasty Food at Paninis and Company If you want to find healthy, all natural food that tastes great, then check out Paninis and Company. Throw back an Everyday Best Shot, with wheatgrass, ginger, beet and a fair “dose” of DoTerra On-Guard essential oil, and you’ll realize this is more than just a place that makes great food, these folks are serious about health here. Located in Little Rock’s Midtowne, Paninis and Company offers the perfect combination of fresh and delicious breakfast and lunch op-

tions, as well as healthy juices and smoothies. Be sure to try the unique açaí bowl, a smoothie of sorts that is loaded with ingredients like organic almond milk, banana, chia, and of course, açaí, and topped with fruit and coconut. Owner, Barkley Boyd, likes to experiment with new and different options – be on the lookout for CBD oil shots and a hot breakfast menu. Stop by for breakfast or lunch (the restaurant closes at 6 pm weekdays and 4 pm on Saturdays) or let them cater your next event. Paninisandcompany.com Experience the Love and the Food at Star of India For Star of India's owner, Sami Lal, love for his patrons has been the key to running a successful business. The restaurateur has offered quality North Indian cuisine in Little Rock since 1992. “I love these people, and the people love me,” he says. “I love blessing people, and they bless me.” Sample a wide variety of traditional foods like Chicken Tikka Masala, a house favorite, on the daily lunch buffet. There are also vegetarian options, and, you can order from the menu anytime. Star of India also offers catering options, and has a room available for parties. Stop by Star of India! We think you’ll fall in love with the food and the atmosphere. LRStarofIndia.com

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