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Golf Lakes Trails Real Estate

Spring 2018

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elcome to Hot Springs Village! Spring has arrived in the Ouachitas. Grab your water bottle and get outdoors to enjoy some of the most beautiful scenery in Arkansas. Our hope is that you’ll use this magazine as a resource to learn more about Hot Springs Village and the region. Get in a game of golf on our nine world-class golf courses or revel in the great outdoors on more than 30 miles of trails. Enjoy fishing and other water sports on our 11 beautiful lakes or get involved in various sporting clubs. Shop in Hot Springs or sample the culinary delights of Little Rock’s River Market district. So, what are you waiting for … the birds are singing, the trees are budding and adventure is calling you! ESCAPE TO THE OUACHITAS HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE Clara Nicolosi PUBLISHER Designs Group Consulting Dannet Botkin CREATIVE DIRECTOR Lisa Watson Thomas EDITOR/DESIGNER Photography by Sarah Dore, Curt Martini, Renee Steinpreis, Dannet Botkin, Way2Hi, Carol Smith, Jerry Dawson RE/MAX of Hot Springs Village, 1400 DeSoto Blvd., Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 USA,


Welcome .............................................................3 Visit Hot Springs Village .....................................4 Pickleball..............................................................5 Sports ...................................................................5 Golf ......................................................................6 Lakes ....................................................................8 Trails....................................................................10 Hummingbirds ...................................................11 Spring Garden Tips ...........................................12 Let’s Ride ...........................................................13 Regional Races .................................................13 Community Events ...........................................14 Real Estate .........................................................15 Dr. Sutton ...........................................................17 HSV Police .........................................................17 HSV Eats .............................................................18 Beehive Neighborhood Hangout ....................18 JV Farms ............................................................20 Regional Lakes, Trails and State Parks ...........20 Shopping ...........................................................21 Hot Springs Brews & Food ................................22 Little Rock River Market ....................................23 Little Rock Adventure .......................................24


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 45 Minutes from Little Rock & National Airport 50 Miles to Higher Learning Institutions 200+ Clubs & Organizations 650+ Seat Performing Arts Theatre Plus: Casual & Fine Dining, Family Rec Area, Mini Golf, Fitness Center, Indoor Pool, RV Park, Dog Park, Pickleball and Club Sports


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ot Springs Village is THE place for Pickleball. Even if you haven’t tried this sweet sport with the sour name, you might want to give it a shot on the new courts which are set for completion in 2018. The 12 courts will be built on a cushioned surface, which will be much easier on your hips, backs and knees, according to Ian Tomkins and Greg Allen, who are both members of the HSV Pickleball Club. And the facility will also feature a proshop, trail expansion, lighted courts and more making it the largest Pickleball facility in Arkansas. What exactly is Pickleball, you may ask? Similar to tennis, Pickleball is a fun sport for all ages and all levels of athletic ability. It is played by two or four players on a badminton-size court, with a slightly modified tennis net, using a perforated plastic ball and wood or composite paddles. Experts estimate there are at least three million Pickleball

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players in the U.S. More than 200 live in Hot Springs Village, according to the Village’s Pickleball Club. So, if you’re looking for a sport you can play with your friends, consider Pickleball. Pickleball offers some serious opportunities for exercise, league play and a whole lot of fun, according to Tomkins and Allen. Get in the swing today! For more information about Pickleball in HSV, go to

Spring Sports in HSV


pring into exercise in Hot Springs Village with these outdoor sports. You’re guaranteed to have a great time while you get in your workout. Step up to the plate and join the Senior Softball League for a fun way to meet others. Open to men 50 years and older and women 35 years and older, the league plays during the Spring and Fall. The league is coed and follows the standard slow pitch and senior safety rules. Take your pick of clay or hard surface playing courts at the 13-court tennis complex. You can also get involved in league play with the Hot Springs Village Tennis Association. Players may choose from programs ranging from league play to fun social events. Play in an organized game or rent a court and practice your swing on your own. Visit for more information. Bocce Ball, a game of skill and concentration rather than physical stamina is fun and easy to learn. Bocce ball is played on a flat surface (similar to a bowling lane). The object is to get game balls as close as possible to the target ball (pallino). Dust off your athletic gear and head out to adventure!



Springtime is beautiful in Hot Springs Village and one of the best places to take in the sights and sounds of the season is on a golf course. With nine award winning golf clubs, there is something for everyone. No matter your skill level, you’ll enjoy the game. Granada Golf Ranked as one of the 10 best golf courses in the state by Golf Digest, Granada Golf Club is also known to be one of the most beautiful courses in Hot Springs Village. Enjoy the view of the waterfall meandering along the fairway of hole No. 18. The course, designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, includes par 3s, 4s and 5s. Granada also has a driving range, putting green and short game area. Greens: L93 and Crenshaw Bent, Fairways: Tif Sport Bermuda Isabella Golf Enjoy a different kind of golf game at the Isabella Golf Club. Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, Isabella’s course offers three nine-hole rotations for a total of 27 holes of play. Ranked as the No. 1 course in Arkansas by Golf Digest and the Arkansas Business Journal from 2002 to 2006, Isabella has plenty of twists, turns and elevation changes to bring challenges to the game. The course also has a driving range, putting green and short game area. Greens: L93 and Crenshaw Bent, Fairways: 419 Bermuda grass

and short game area. Greens: Penn Cross and Crenshaw Bent grasses, Fairways: 419 Bermuda grass Coronado Golf On a time crunch but still want to play golf? Then Coronado Golf Club’s executive-length par-62 golf course is just the place. Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, Coronado does not have sand bunkers. The course is as challenging from 150 yards as any other. Coronado also offers a putting green. Greens: Penn Cross Bent grass, Fairways: Common Bermuda Cortez Golf Enjoy the beauty of Hot Springs Village at the 18-hole Cortez Golf Club. Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, the course offers elevation changes, water hazards and five sets of tees. Cortez’s No. 10 is considered one of the toughest holes in HSV and No. 17 is breathtaking. The course features a driving range and putting green. Greens: SRT1020 Bent grass, Fairways: Hybrid Bermuda grass

Ponce de Leon Golf Consistently ranked in the state’s top ten courses by Golf Digest and Arkansas Business Journal, Ponce de Leon Golf Club is a favorite among golfers. Ponce’s 18-hole golf course also includes a putting green and short game area. Greens: Penn Link and Crenshaw Bent grasses, Fairways: Tifway II Bermuda Balboa Golf Practice your swing on Balboa Golf Club’s walker-friendly course. Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, Balboa’s wide fairways and few elevation changes offer walkers a great place to take a stroll while getting in a game. Water hazards, bunkers and par 3s offer some challenges. Balboa’s 18-hole golf course includes a driving range, putting green 6

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Play Golf with Friends in the Men’s Golf Association


et ready for fun and competition this Spring with the Men’s 18 Hole Golf Association. The 45 plus year old association boasts almost 300 members. Spring is a beautiful time to play Hot Springs Village courses, says Kieth Pochert, MGA president. “As a transplant from Michigan, I firmly believe that there is nothing better than playing spring golf ... particularly in Hot Springs Village.” Play against those with similar handicaps

Juniors Learn Love of Golf

and move from one group level to another as you improve. The oldest golf association in the Village, the MGA season includes 30 weekly events from April – October as well as a several tournaments. MGA members are all about giving back to the community. The organization has been involved in Junior Golf (see related story) since it’s inception, with many members providing instruction and assistance as well as donations to the Junior Golf scholarship


or the past 21 years, the Hot Springs Village Junior Golf Program has been teaching children between the ages of 8 and 18 to play golf. But those who teach in the program also hope to teach something else. “We want to pass ‘the love of the game’ on to young people so we can have a future in golf,” says Bill Neal, Junior Golf Director. Jack Barry, who started the program, said many Junior Golfers participate year after year. About 250 children and teens each year learn

DeSoto Golf DeSoto Golf Club is a great choice for families. The course, which was recently renovated, opened in 1972 as Hot Springs Village’s first golf course. Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, the 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. Greens: Champion Ultra Dwarf, Fairways: 419 Bermuda grass Diamante Golf Top ranked Diamante Golf Club is the only private membership golf club in Hot Springs Village. The course offers challenging and flexible play such as six golf courses in one. Spread over 7,560 yards from its back set of six tees, Diamante includes an 18-hole golf course, driving range, putting green and short game area. Greens: SR1020 Bent grass, Fairways: Meyers Zoysia Magellan Golf Improve your game at the Magellan Golf Club, one of the

fund. MGA also helps raise funds for Crush Cancer and the Boys and Girls Club. And, the MGA is about making friends. “I moved to HSV from Michigan in 2005 not knowing a single soul. Over the years I’ve met and count hundreds of men I consider to be friends,” says Pochert. Play golf in the MGA’s Spring Kickoff Tournament on March 13 at the Balboa Golf Club. You must be a 2018 member to play. To learn more, go to golf basics, character development and good sportsmanship, traits that can benefit the participants throughout their lives. The organization also offers a scholarship program. Since it’s inception in 2005, about 60 Junior Golfers have received scholarships from the program, says Barry. Anyone between the ages of 8 and 18 can participate in the program, not just those who live in Hot Springs Village. And volunteers are always needed. To learn more, go to

best practice facilities in the Village. Magellan was opened as a golf school and includes an 18-hole golf course, a large driving range, putting green and short game areas. Greens: Champion Ultra Dwarf, Fairways: 419 Bermuda grass.

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ast your line in one of 11 recreational lakes in Hot Springs Village and you’ll definitely reel in fun, no matter what you catch. Spend the day water skiing, kayaking or fishing. Grill your catch at a lakeside pavilion. Work on your tan on any of the three lakeside beaches and purchase bait, tackle, snacks and more at two-full service marinas. Launch your fishing kayak from the Coronado, DeSoto, Cortez or Balboa boat ramps. Whether you are looking for solitude or a great time with friends and family, you will find what you need on a Hot Springs Village lake. Jump in and get your splash on! LAKE BALBOA Lake Balboa is the largest lake in

Hot Springs Village, coming in at 944 acres. It’s a great place to enjoy fishing, swimming and water sports of all kinds. Enjoy the balmy days of spring relaxing on the lake’s sandy beach, cook dinner on a nearby grill and get ready for a great time. Lake Balboa’s boat ramp is located off Ponce de Leon Drive. Conveniently located on the lake’s shore, Balboa Marina is a one-stop shop for your water sporting needs. Rent boats, kayaks, paddle boards and more. The marina offers both covered and non-covered slip rentals on a permanent or part-time basis as well as bait and tackle supplies. Grab a freshly made deli sandwich or some ice cream before heading out to enjoy the lake. Stop back in for some delicious refreshments at the Tiki bar.

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LAKE CORONADO Lake Coronado’s Anglers Island, near the boat ramp, provides a quiet spot for fishing or relaxing. A trailhead to Lake Coronado Boat Ramp Trail includes a paved path to the island. Relax at one of the picnic tables on Lake Coronado’s beach. Bring your picnic basket for outdoor dining. Swimming and other lake water sports are also popular and boat slips are available for rent. LAKE CORTEZ Drink in the sun on Lake Cortez’s beach. Warmer spring weather means you’ll have time to relax. Fishing, swimming and water sports are popular here. Gather at the picnic area, pavilion or gazebo. The lake’s boat ramp is located off Carmona Road.

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Join the HSV Anglers’ Club to Catch Fish & Fun


ome on out and join the HSV Angler’s Club … the fish are biting. This group includes men and women who love to fish in Hot Springs Village and surrounding Arkansas lakes. Like to tournament fish? Then you’ll definitely want to fish with the Angler’s in 14 annual tournaments. You can also improve your skills during monthly meetings and seminars, mentorships and fishing with experienced anglers. During tournaments, less experienced members are paired to fish with veteran members. But fishing is just part of what this club is all about, says Robb Ferriman, HSV Angler’s Club member. “We are



LAKE DESOTO Fish for bass, crappie and other sport fish on Lake DeSoto. Put your feet up and relax at Lake DeSoto’s beach area. Go for a stroll on one of the nearby trails. The lake’s boat ramp is located on Marina Drive off DeSoto Blvd. Boat slip rentals are available at Waypoint Marina along with boat, canoe and paddle boat rentals.

also involved HSV lake improvement projects and special events.” “Fishing for bass in Arkansas is much different than what I was used to,” said an HSV angler who recent joined the Club. “Through club meetings, training sessions and casting with guys that have been fishing these lakes for years, I have learned so much and have had the greatest time fishing and catching bass.” In 2018, the Club aims to increase awareness for bass fishing and share the joys of fishing on many beautiful Central Arkansas lakes with others, according to Ferriman. The group is actively involved in providing additional fish habitat in

Village lakes and continuing to support community fishing events. The Club’s fishing season runs March - November. Monthly meetings are the first Tuesday, 7 p.m. at the HSV Coronado Center. For more information, go to

The HSV Anglers Club is sponsoring several special events in 2018. These include a Village lakes fishing seminar in April; Military Fishing Day at Lake Balboa on June 13; Kids Fishing Derby at Lake Cortez boat ramp on July 1 and Team Fishing Tournament at Lake Balboa on July 3. The Club also plans to travel to Lake Greeson in April to fish for crappie. SMALLER VILLAGE LAKES Find solitude and great fishing on the smaller Hot Springs Village lakes. Towing sports are not permitted on any of the smaller lakes. • 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.

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ike, bike, run or drive a golf cart along more than 30 miles of nature trails in Hot Springs Village. Showcasing the Village’s abundant wildlife, lakes and mountains, you’ll 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 (2.1 MILES) The Balboa Trail provides a great opportunity to see some of Arkansas’ bird species, both common and rare, in their natural habitats. Stop at one of the benches along the upper embankment for a peaceful view of Lake Balboa. The trail travels by two of the lake’s spillways. The Balboa Trail connects Balboa Beach to Hernando Trail at DeSoto Boulevard and Ponce de Leon Drive. Trail Rating: Moderate/ Easy; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly. CEDAR CREEK TRAIL (3.1 MILES) See Spring 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,

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Mourning Dove Path, Kingfisher Path or the Cardinal Path. Trail Rating: Easy; Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly. CORONADO FITNESS TRAIL (1.0 MILES) 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. Trail Rating: Easy; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly. CORONADO BOAT RAMP TRAIL (0.35 MILES) Take a stroll on the Coronado Boat Ramp Trail which offers beautiful lake views. Fish, bird watch or sit a spell on a trail bench. The trail is handicap accessible. Trail Rating: Easy; Hike, Dog Friendly. DESOTO MARINA TRAIL (0.7 MILES) Listen to nature as you walk along Lake DeSoto on the DeSoto Marina Trail. And be sure to stop in for a bite to eat or a cup of coffee at Waypoint Marina. Trail Rating: Easy; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly.


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DESOTO NATURE TRAIL (1.2 MILES) Exercise your cares away on the DeSoto Nature Trail, a natural surface, single track trail with some narrow and steep areas. Trail Rating: Moderate; Hike, Dog Friendly. DESOTO SPILLWAY TRAIL (0.77 MILES) Follow the DeSoto Spillway Trail along the gravel-surface loop to Lake DeSoto. Trail Rating: Moderate; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly. DESOTO TRAIL (3.4 MILES) Build up your endurance on the DeSoto Trail, a mostly asphalt trail. Terrain varies on this trail and even includes a few uphill climbs. Keep your heart rate up by crossing Calella Road and continuing your workout onto the DeSoto Marina Trail. Trail Rating: Moderate; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly. HERNANDO TRAIL (8.6 MILES) Bike along the Hernando Trail, the longest multipurpose gravel trail in the Village. With flat and hilly terrain, this trail also offers great opportunities for runners and golf carts. Trail Rating: Overall Difficult/Moderate Sections; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly. MAGELLAN BEAVER DAM TRAIL (0.6 MILES) Catch a glimpse of your featured friends on the Magellan Beaver Dam Trail which was built by the HSV Audubon Society. This wetland nature trail includes bird identification signage. Trail Rating: Easy; Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly. SONORA-CALELLA TRAIL (0.4 MILES) Hike or bike along the Sonora-Calella Trail, a hilly, asphalt-surfaced path on the north side of DeSoto. Trail Rating: Moderate; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly.

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Hummingbirds in HSV Ruby-throated Hummingbird, male - Photo by Vic Prislipsky

By Norma Wall, President, HSV Audubon


housands of Ruby-throated Hummingbirds, with jewel-like colors and legendary aeronautical skills, will soon be arriving in Hot Springs Village, making their annual migration to spend the summer in the warmer Arkansas climate. Be on the lookout for these beautiful creatures to arrive in late March or early April, flying from Mexico and Central America. Most hummingbirds weigh about as much as a penny, yet eat about seven times an hour. So, you can expect them to arrive hungry. Most won’t pass up an easy nectar meal from a feeder. You can attract these tiny warriors with feeders and flower gardens, and they may award you with a show of fearless flight - hummingbirds can fly upside-down and in reverse. Brew up some homemade nectar for these tiny feathered friends using the recipe below. Hummingbird Nectar: Combine one part table sugar to four parts hot tap water. Mix well, cool, store in the refrigerator. Do not use red food coloring, sugar substitute or honey. Clean feeders and change nectar every three days to prevent mold build up during warm weather. Do not use bleach, insect sprays or petroleum-based products on feeders. For more fun facts about hummingbirds, visit

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Get Your Garden in Tip Top Shape


March 1 - April 14 Tulip Extravaganza at Garvan Woodlands Gardens, Hot Springs

he sun is shining, birds are singing and it is time for your garden to come back from the winter weather. Below are some tips from the Hot Springs Village Men’s Garden Club to get your spring garden green and beautiful by the time the season reaches its peak. In March, trim overgrown or uneven hedges, making sure the base is wider than the top and cut back English ivy. Fertilize pansies, boxwoods

and camellias (after blooming). In April, prune spring blooming shrubs (after blooming) and fertilize lawn 2-3 weeks after it turns green with slow release fertilizer. In May, prune azaleas after they bloom and make the first fertilizer application. Fertilize roses and spring bulbs after they bloom and plant bulbs such as caladiums and gladiolas. To learn more about the HSV Men’s Garden Club, go to

Ageless Bikers Club Offers Fitness and Fun


f you’re looking for the opportunity to exercise while enjoying the beautiful Ouachita region’s scenery, then consider joining the Ageless Bikers Club (ABC) of Hot Springs Village. The group rides on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays throughout the year, weather permitting, in Hot Springs Village and around the region on paved roads. And from April through November, rides also include a monthly trip on the Arkansas River Trail and lunch at Flying Saucers in Little Rock. Scheduled rides are on hilly, paved roads that are quiet with little traffic, according to David Obrien, the

group’s Ride Guide. “I have been with the Club for 5 years now and find the motorists very respectful,” he says, noting most of the members ride road bikes or hybrids because “mountain bikes don’t do well unless your legs are 20 years old or younger.” The group tells new people who want to join that there are “no dues, no fees, no membership requirements, no commitment to show, and no rules,” but be sure to bring your biking helmet or you might hear a lecture about safety. Started about 15 years ago, ABC members developed riding routes that attracted those who were interested in challenging rides as well as people


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who were looking for a more fun time. The common thread has been the joys of riding during Arkansas’ changing seasons, according to Obrien. For information including the seasonal ride schedule, go to HSVABC.

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Let’s Ride: Petit Jean State Park to Oaklawn


n every issue this year, ride along with us to some of the most picturesque places in Arkansas. Petit Jean State Park: Arkansas’ first state park, Petit Jean is home to historic Mather Lodge. Explore forests, canyons, streams and more. Perryville’s Heifer Ranch: Engage the mind and senses through the variety of tours, overnight visits and events. Come away with an understanding of how rural communities can lift themselves out of poverty through farming. Hot Springs Village: Visit North America’s largest gated Get in shape for the 2018 TRI-the-Village Sprint Triathlon, set for June 9. Schedule training sessions with the qualified staff at the Hot Springs Village Coronado Fitness Center.

community. Stop by the RE/MAX office in Hot Springs Village at 1400 DeSoto Blvd., for a FREE map, magazines and more. Bathhouse Row: After a day of sightseeing, relax in a world-famous mineral bath at one of the unique bathhouses. Oaklawn Racing & Gaming: Racing season is currently underway and we are willing to bet you’ll have a great time at this thoroughbred racetrack, best known as home of the $1 million Arkansas Derby.

Let’s Ride

April 2017 7 Capital City Classic - Little Rock 21 Catholic High Rocket 5K - Little Rock 28 Panther Prowl 5K - Little Rock 28 Arkansas 10M Classic - Little Rock 28 Caddo River Festival - 5K Glenwood May 2017 4 MacArthur Park 5K - Little Rock 50 Mile MTV Race - Arkadelphia 12 Peace, Love & Goodwill - 5K/10K Little Rock June 2017 2 Take a Run at Hunger 5K - Little Rock 9 TRI-the-Village - Hot Springs Village






March 2017 3 Little Rock 5K/10K - Little Rock 4 Little Rock Marathon - Little Rock 10 Adam Brown Shamrock 5K - Pearcy 17 I Love LK 5K - Hot Springs 24 Dam Mountain Trail 10 K - Hot Springs

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ace your way to fun, fitness and even raise funds for some great causes in the Natural State. Below is a list of upcoming events in and around the Ouachita Region. For more information on these and other events, go to, or

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GENTRI Coming SPRING EVENTS to Woodlands

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16-20 Valley of the Vapors Independent Music Festival, HS



Grand Funk Railroad Concert, HS


Morris Day and The Time Concert, HS



World’s First Ever 15th Annual World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Parade, Downtown HS

Hot Springs Corvette Weekend, HS


HSV Players Arsenic and Old Lace, Woodlands Aud., HSV


Guided Crappie Fishing Trip, Lake Greeson



Hot Springs International Women’s Film Festival, HS


Rhythm in the Night, The Irish Dance Spectacular, Woodlands Aud., HSV


SummerFest Uptown, Park Avenue, HS


Christian Comedy Club, Coronado Ctr., HSV


The Kruger Brothers, Woodlands Aud., HS

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ponsored by the HSV Concerts Association, don’t miss a night with GENTRI: The Gentlemen Trio, coming to the Woodlands Auditorium in Hot Springs Village March 1416. With lush, epic arrangements and dynamic three-part harmonies the “cinematic pop” trio of three highly trained tenors: Brad Robins, Casey Elliott and Bradley Quinn, work alongside producer and musical arranger Stephen Nelson. The Concerts Association brings wonderful entertainment to Hot Springs Village. To learn more, go to Purchase individual tickets or become a member online:

Celebrate HSV Moonshine Festival May 25-27


elebrate by moonlight during the Hot Springs Village Moonshine Festival, a three-night festival set for May 25-27 celebrating Hot Springs Village, moonshine and a full moon.

Friday night’s activities include dining on the beach with moonshine inspired and infused foods. Celebrate Saturday evening with a bonfire and live jug band following

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a 5K Moonshine Run. And wrap up the festivities on Sunday evening with a Full Moon Paddle and late-night snacks. For more, call RE/MAX of Hot Springs Village at 501-922-3777.

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Grooving in the Village

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et into your groove with these Village dance clubs. Dance to the hits of the 50s and 60s with the Beboppers Dance Club. Dances are held at the Coronado Community Center. Email: Get back to your roots with the HSV Country Two Steppers. Dances are held every second Saturday at the Coronado Community Center. Email: ddblock11@gmail. com. Step your way to fun with the Village Line Dancers. Dances are held on Mondays and Wednesdays at the Valenica Townhouse Community Center in January, March and September. Email: Practice your moves with the Village Merry Mixers Dance Club. Dances are held at the Coronado Community Center the first Saturday of Feb-May, Oct-Dec, and the third Saturday of Jan-May, Sep-Dec, and New Year’s Eve. Call: Amy Maddox, 501-915-8111.

Paint with Your Friends


ove to paint or just looking for a creative outlet? Give Whimsical Creations a try. Located at 3822 Hwy 7 N in Hot Springs Village, you’ll find everything you need to get your creative juices flowing. Paint cut-


outs, cups, glasses, wine glasses, jars, dishes and more … and all supplies are included. Plan your next party at Whimsical Creations or stop by Tuesday - Saturday. Contact Whimsical Creations at 501-541-6121. Tic ke t HS Mid s Go VT -M On ick arc Sa etS h a le ale t s.c om

ample some of the best wines and food from around the world during the 2018 World Tour of Wines at the Coronado Community Center in Hot Springs Village. Purchase tickets at Upcoming destinations include: March 15: South Africa, Sponsored by Designs Group Consulting and RE/ MAX of Hot Springs Village May 17: California North Coast June 28: California Sierra Foothills Aug 30: California Vineyard TBA Sept 27: Washington State Oct 25: New York Dec 6: Oregon

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Hot Springs Village




ot Springs Village is the right choice for affordable luxury living offering real estate options available in every price range. Enjoy life across more than 26,000 acres in the largest gated community in North America. With four distinct seasons, great amenities and low property taxes, there’s something for every-

one to enjoy. Established in 1970, the Village is one of the top recreation and retirement communities around. More than 14,000 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

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 mil • 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 INSURANCE • Approximately $1,200 on a $175,000 home with $1,000 deductible in Garland County. 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 16

from Little Rock. You can pick your favorite past time – golfing, lakes, fitness, tennis, pickleball, entertainment – you name it….We have it! Lakeside, mountaintop or golf course living awaits you in Hot Springs Village - with homes to fit your budget. Build your dream home on a property lot here.

on a $100,000 home), and, $44.50 per $1,000 in Saline County ($890.00 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. However, 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 (prices are monthly unless noted) • Water, Sewer & Sanitation (bi-monthly) • Water: $17.60 ($8.80 per 2,000 per gallon) • 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)

Hot Springs Village a Perfect Fit for Dr. Sutton


or Dr. Kristi Sutton, workhas a small town feel, Sutton says the ing as a physician in community is large enough Hot Springs Village to have access to all types of medical specialists. “We have has been a perfect fit. Sutton everything that a bigger city serves on the staff of CHI St. Vincent Primary Care - Vilhas while at the same time we lage East, specializing in inhave a very personalized feelternal medicine. ing here,” she says, remarking Kristi Sutton that any specialist she may Sutton, who has worked need to consult with is just primarily in the Village for the past eight years, spends her days a phone call away. Many specialists also visit the Village at least one day in diagnostic and chronic care. And though Hot Springs Village a week.

The clinic where she works also fits her well. “We are just the right size community and family,” says Sutton, noting her colleagues are also friends. But she also enjoys the neighborly connection that Villagers have with each other. Sutton and her husband have three children and live in Benton, though she says she would love to move to Hot Springs Village one day. For now, Sutton is content with the perfect fit she has found practicing medicine in Hot Springs Village.

Security a Priority for HSV Police Department


ot Springs Village is a great place to live and work, according to Police Chief Ricky Middleton. And he should know. Chief Middleton has worked in Hot Springs Village for 37 years, serving with the Police Department for 30 years - the past three as Chief. With 18 certified officers, 24-hour dispatch and a 911 answering point, the Police Department works hard to select the “right” candidates for the fully functional department. And as a result, Middleton says his officers are “very professional, courteous, polite and helpful,” in short, one of the “best” police departments in the area. Security is a priority, according to the Chief, who notes “it’s not Mayberry, but our problems are minor,” with lower crime rates compared to other areas. As the largest gated

community in North America, this is no small thing. He says the department works to promote neighborhood watch programs, noting he depends on Villagers involved to be his “eyes and ears,” keeping him informed. For Villagers who want to take a more active role, the Police Department offers the Citizen’s Police Academy. More than 250 people have completed the training. Many of those who have completed the volunteer training have joined the Hot Springs Village Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni Association. The group has raised funds to provide an electronic fingerprinting system, body cameras, portable police radios and more. In addition, the Hot Springs Village Citizen’s Police Academy is hosting “Murder at the Midnight Hour,” an interactive murder mystery dinner fundraiser at the Coronado Community Center March 12. Dinner and show are $25 per person at or by calling 501922-5050.


170 Castano Drive, Hot Springs Village: $167,500 MLS#15025351, 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, 2,392 Sq. Ft.

NANCY CROSS 501-922-8331

Hot Springs Village

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Balboa Marina 111 Balboa Way, 501-922-2909, Balboa Sports Bar & Lounge 111 Balboa Way, 501-922-2909 Blue Springs Grill 6225 AR-7, Jessieville, 501-204-5050 Chef Johnna’s At DeSoto Club 100 Clubhouse Drive, 501-915-0007, Debra’s 198 Carmona Road, 501-984-6677 Granada Grill 250 Maderas Drive, 501-922-1372 Home Plate Café 5110 Hwy 7N, 501-984-6969, JK’s at Isabella 110 Inciador Way, 501-922-6666 Last Chance Lakeside Café 488 Ponce De Leon Drive, 501-922-4870, One of a Kind Café 372 E Glazy Peau Road, 501-655-1326


Melinda’s Coffee & More 3901 Hwy 7N, 501-984-5393,


AMERICAN (con’t)

Italian House & Grill 4501 Hwy 7N, 501-984-6602, Raffela Rose at Cortez 299 Cortez Road, 501-915-0855,

Tanner’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill 25255 Hwy 5, Lonsdale, 501-915-9880 Waypoint at DeSoto Marina 120 Marina Road, 501-922-5511


Great China Buffet 4419 Hwy 7, 501-984-6167, Village Hibachi 4656 N Hwy 7, 501-204-5028, Facebook. com/VillageHibachi


Sweet Cheeks Bakery 4656 Hwy 7N, 501-764-6126,


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


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


Charlie’s Pizza Pub 127 McNeely, Circle, 501-984-6216, Domino’s Pizza 4656 Hwy 7N, 501-915-9595, Mulligan’s at Ponce 300 Ponce de Leon Drive, 501-922-1623 Molly O’Brien’s 8913 Park Ave, (near Balboa Gate), 501-3212227,

“Hive” Offers Social and Gastro Experience in HSV


xperience a place like no other in Hot Spring Village at the Beehive Neighborhood Hangout. This gastropub offers residents and visitors alike a “social and gastro experience,” says Cindi Erickson, Beehive co-owner and Village resident. Whether you’re looking to catch up with friends over drinks, share some delectable eats, cheer on your favorite team on one of their TVs, including one with an 11-foot screen, or listen to some seriously good live music, the Beehive’s laid-back vibe is the place to be. Located at 220 Minorca Road, Village resident Greg Jones discovered the vacant Beehive Florist shop and imagined it being renovated into a one-of-a-kind social establishment that stays open late, has frequent diverse entertainment, and serves creative and fresh, locally sourced food and libations – all delivered in a southern chic setting. Cindi Erickson, Gordy Lowery, and Greg’s wife, Trisha, embraced the vision and all three are co-owners. The “Hive” is NOT a restaurant or a sport bar. “People shouldn’t come expecting a plated meal,” says Erickson. “Think in terms of sharable plates with a party of friends. You can order as little or as much you want.” And the Beehive is open late, something owners were excited to offer in Hot Springs Village.


If you appreciate an upscale active social environment with diverse entertainment, great ambiance and creative food options, check out the “Hive. The Beehive also hosts before and after parties surrounding Village concerts, tournaments and events. Book the Beehive for private parties, meetings, or events during non-operating hours. For more information, go to BeehiveHSV. com or call 501-777-8176.

29 Zarpa Way, Hot Springs Village: $899,900 MLS# 17035679, 4 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, 4,562 Sq. Ft.

PAT BOLLIER 501-425-0134

Hot Springs Village

JV Farms Grows Healthy Animals, Veggies and More


or Jay & Valorie Lee, owners of JV Farms, farming is a family thing. The homestead farm, located in Bismarck, was settled by their great-great grandparents back in the 1850’s. They grew up helping their grandparents raise a garden, milk cows, canning and freezing produce and curing and smoking bacons and hams, and more. “Today’s “JV Farms” is a direct re-

flection of all the past generations work and their knowledge handed down to us,” says the couple on their website. “We grow healthy animals, veggies, eggs, and berries, ... the way food was grown before all the fancy marketing words! Eating good is the first step to feeling good, and your knowing your farmer and your food is important to us!” JV Farms is one of a group of local

Cycle Beautiful Wye Mountain


eautiful lake views, gentle rollers and a heart-pounding hill climb await you on the 37-mile Lake Maumelle Loop, one of the best tours of Central Arkansas and one of the best ways to experience Wye Mountain. A scenic ride year-round, it’s particularly pretty in the springtime when the daffodils are in bloom. Starting at Pinnacle Moun-

tain State Park on Hwy. 300, take Barrett Road across from the picnic area entrance, then turn right onto Hwy. 10. Turn right onto Hwy. 113 (end of Lake Maumelle) and prepare for the ride up Wye Mountain. It’s a challenge but a fun one with a super fast descent. Bear right on Hwy. 300 to head back to Pinnacle Mountain State Park.



Large Pizza or $1 off Small Pizza

Mulligans at Ponce

300 Ponce de Leon, Hot Springs Village, 501922-1623

farmers, bakers and artisans who provide home grown vegetables, homemade baked goods and handcrafted items at the Green Market at Grove Park in Hot Springs Village. The market is open on Thursdays from 8 a.m. – noon during the growing season.

Lakes, Parks & Trails


ant to enjoy the great outdoors? The Ouachita Region is the place for you. Lakes & State Parks DeGray Lake: 13,800 acre lake and resort state park near Bismarck. Lake Hamilton: 7,200 acre lake in Hot Springs. Lake Catherine: 1,940 acre lake and state park near Malvern. Lake Ouachita: 40,100 acre lake and state park in Hot Springs. Trails Creek Greenway Trail: 4.2-mile, multi-use trail corridor. Ideal for families both on foot and on bikes. Iron Mountain Trail: 21.5 Miles. Built to IMBA standards. Used for off-road events. Cedar Glades Trail: 10 Miles. Extremely fast, with technical descents, creek crossings with rocks and roots. Ouachita National Recreational Trail: IMBA Epic, 108 Miles. Trail allows mountain biking through sections of the Ouachita Mountains. Caddo Bend Trail: 4.5 miles. On Lake Ouachita. Little Blakely Trail System: 17.6 miles. Five-loop trail system near Jessieville. Grand Promenade and Side Trails: 1.2 miles. Along Bathhouse Row. Sunset Loop Trail: 8.5 miles. Trail crosses three mountains and goes through Hot Springs. 19

Spring Shopping Spring is bursting out all over. Shop local boutiques for unique items blossoming with color.

Light Your World

Lanterns from The Dogwood Tree, 25255 Hwy 5, Suite H, Lonsdale, 501-922-1913

Message in a Bottle

Mary Square Bottles from The Downtowner Marketplace, 719 Central Ave., HS, 501-701-4448

“We try to carry unique things, something that everyone else doesn’t carry. You know, I tell everyone downtown Hot Springs is a hidden gem. We have so many wonderful shops. Come see what we have downtown.” Juanita Ryan, Petals, Purses, Etc.

Blossoming Bags

Petals, Purses, Etc., 516 Central Ave., Ste. A, HS, 501-529-2302

Up and Away

Wine Cork Windmill from Annie’s Accents & Accessories, 4656 Hwy 7N, HSV, 501-984-5353

Man Scents

Reuzel from Holland, Jack Knife Barbershop, 726 Central Ave., HS, 501-781-3652

Display Style

Art by Nina from The Artist’s Workshop Gallery, 110 & 114 Mountain View St., HS, 501-620-0303

Write It Down


Rock Your Wine

Artisan Journals from Donna Wine dispenser from Gary MorK’s Boutique, 101 Dentista ris Interiors, 801 Central, Ste. 27, Dr, HSV, 501-922-5171 HS, 501-321-0400

Libation Decorations

Glass Gal from Donna K’s Boutique, 101 Dentista Dr., HSV, 501-922-5171

SQZBX Pizza and Brew Flavors Sing


reshly made pizza and microbrews on tap – that’s why we’re singing the praises of SQZBX (Squeezebox, which is another name for accordion) Brewery and Pizza Joint which is coincidentally located in a piano shop. From the bar made of old piano parts to a rotating menu of microbrews, this family run pizza parlor is all about great food, custom brews and live entertainment! The SQZBX concept is simple, says Zachary Smith, who owns the joint with this wife, Cherla Roorda. “We take simple, fresh ingredients and turn them into delicious food and drink by hand, then serve it with love in a beautiful, comfortable environment. We serve hand-tossed pizza, the biggest salads in town, sandwiches on home-made hoagies, and we brew our own beer and cider right here.” SQZBX is the life and

SQZBX Greek Pizza

work of Cheryl and Zachary, who also play tuba and accordion music in the group, The Itinerant Locals. When they bought the SQZBX building ten years ago, it housed the Joe Davis Piano Repair Shop, which was filled with old pianos, organs, and other “treasures.” Now totally gutted and rebuilt, they named the pizza parlor SQZBX as a nod to the music that has been their life’s story. SQZBX opens daily at 11 a.m. and is located at 236 Ouachita Ave., in Hot Springs. For more, go to or call 501-609-0609.

Check out these Hot Springs spots for great locally brewed craft beer.

Bubba Brew’s on Lake Hamilton, 1252 Airport Rd., 501-547ON 3186 TAP Grateful Head Pizza and Beer Garden, 100 Exchange St., 501781-3405

Core Public House, 833 Central Ave., 501-701-4390 Craft Beer Cellar, 120 Ouachita Ave., 501-881-7232 Superior Bathhouse Brewery, 329 Central Ave., 501-624-2337

6 Mano Lane, Hot Springs Village: $214,500 MLS# 17030494, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,705 Sq. Ft.

Racing Season Underway

PEGGY CLARK 501-276-6499

Hot Springs Village


Visit Buenos Aires for Authentic Argentinian Dishes


ndulge your craving for delicious empanadas, grilled delicacies and fabulous deserts with a distinctive Argentinian flavor at Buenos Aires Grill and Cafe in Little Rock’s River Market. The restaurant is located at 614 President Clinton Ave., underneath Little Rock Salsa. The space is a perfect fit, says Flo Bruzatori, Buenos Aires owner and manager. She and her family moved to Sherwood from Argentina, home of Salsa dancing, about 15 years ago. And though Bruzatori is the manager, the restaurant is definitely a family affair. “We want people to feel at home here,” she says, noting that on weekends, the whole family includ-

ing her parents, siblings, husband and kids are usually helping at the restaurant. The empanadas are baked, not fried. They are flaky, tender pockets of deliciousness. And be sure to give the mixed grills a try. There are lots of steak, chicken and vegetarian options. If you are a little more adventurous, sample the Argentinian mixed grill for a true taste of the cultural traditions with sweetbreads and even blood sausage. Whatever you do, save some room for dessert. The fabulous Cuatro Leches cake, which Bruzatori says is her brother Willie’s recipe, cannot be beat. “It’s exciting to share my Argentin-

ian culture with the public and my children,” says Bruzatori. “Visit us at Buenos Aires to experience something different,” says Bruzatori. “Once you do, you will love it.”

Little Rock’s River Market Offers Flavorful Food The River Market in Little Rock is bursting with flavor. Hit these spots for great taste! Cache, 425 President Clinton Ave., LR, 501-850-0265 Copper Grill, 300 E Third, LR, 501-375-3333 Flying Saucer, 323 President Clinton Ave., LR, 501-372-8032 Gusano’s Pizzeria, 313 President Clinton Ave., LR, 501-374-1441 Old Mill Bread Co., 400 President Clinton Ave., LR, 501-350-2144 Old Mill Bread Co.

Stickyz Rock’N’Rock Chicken Shack, 107 River Market Ave., LR, 501- 372-7707

24 Villacarriedo Drive, Hot Springs Village: $269,900 MLS# 18003152, 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, 2,548 Sq. Ft.


501-620-6163 Hot Springs Village


15 Navagar Circle, Hot Springs Village: $265,000 MLS# 18004017, 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, 2,548 Sq. Ft.


501-922-8989 Hot Springs Village

Little Rock Serves Up Rocking Entertainment Options


he piano man will gladly sing you a song at Ernie Biggs Dueling Piano Bar. Located in the Rivermarket, this great bar offers dueling pianos and live entertainment seven days a week. Watch your favorite Broadway shows a little closer to home at Murry’s Dinner Theater. With live stage productions featuring top-notch musicals and comedies like Little Shop of Horrors, Grease and Elf, your whole family will enjoy Murry’s. Test your jumping skills at Altitude Trampoline Park

offering over 200 inter-connected trampolines. Navigate obstacles, shoot some hoops, or jump into Arkansas’ largest foam pit! Little Rock Climbing Center is the place for fun and excitement in central Arkansas. It’s a fun alternative to the average workout with something for everyone to enjoy.

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4 Escondite Ln., Hot Springs Village: $158,000

Excludes Sale Items

MLS# 18004175, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 1,328 Sq. Ft.

WANDA BONNER 501-984-2101

4055 N Hwy 7 Ste. B, Hot Springs Village, 501-318-1800,

Hot Springs Village

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Voted HSV Voice Readers Choice #1 Financial Advisor**

*Investment advisory services offered through Global Financial Private Capital, LLC. Global Financial Private Capital, LLC is not affiliated with Marriott Wealth Advisors, Inc. National Producer #239063 **disclaimer to: 2017 Readers’ Choice voting process took place entirely online in two rounds. First round, the Nomination round, required participants to write-in. There were 21 write-ins and 5 individuals nominated for the category of Financial Advisor. The top 3 individuals with the most write-ins moved on to the final Voting round. During the Voting round, 138 participants voted on the top 3 Financial Advisors and the individual with the most votes placed 1st in the category. Joseph Marriott received 71 of the 138 votes. This rating is not indicative of the adviser’s future performance. 501-922-9259


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HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE North America’s LARGEST Gated Community

11 Lakes 9 Golf Courses 30+ Miles of Trails


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