A Winter Pop-Up Mystery Dinner

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Have you ever experienced a pop-up mystery event? The location and details of this fun activity are kept secret from attendees until the last minute in order to build excitement and a sense of adventure! If that sounds like something you would enjoy, then you're in luck! Tickets are available right now for Hot Springs Village's first pop-up mystery dinner of 2019, happening January 9th at 6 p.m. Act fast, as this event is sure to sell out.

This mysterious dinner adventure is brought to you by the Hot Springs Village POA Recreation Department. Directions and parking details for the dinner location will be revealed to ticket purchasers at approximately 3 p.m. on the day of the event. For now, the only information being revealed is that the dinner includes fish and is not a mystery theater.

Because of very limited seating (just 24 tickets are being sold!), this exclusive event is open to HSVPOA members only. Tickets are on sale now through January 6th for $30 each plus tax and can be purchased here. Claim yours before they disappear!

It's Christmas Music Season in HSV

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If you love Christmas music, then you must love Hot Springs Village in December! In the next few weeks, there will be a plethora of amazing and diverse musical acts happening in the Village for all to enjoy. From choral to instrumental and traditional to contemporary, all types of holiday music will be on display. Keep reading to learn about a handful of upcoming performances scheduled at HSV's premier convert venue, Woodlands Auditorium!

Help Fight Cancer at LumiNight on Dec. 15

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It seems as though almost everyone has been affected by cancer in some way. On December 15, you can join the fight against this terrible disease by attending LumiNight 2018! LumiNight is a special event hosted by The American Cancer Society in order to shine a light on those impacted by cancer.

The Hot Springs Village LumiNight will be taking place at the Hernando Trail by Grove Park from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Although there is no charge to attend the event, guests are encouraged to purchase a LumiNight candle bag or paper lantern, called a luminaria, as a way to honor loved ones who have battled cancer. Proceeds from the candle and lantern purchases will go toward The American Cancer Society. 

You can learn more about this event and purchase your lights by going to luminightarkansas.com.