Boomers Rock is a social club that strives to provide our members, a wide variety of activities to enhance an active lifestyle.
Upcoming events include, Taste of the Town, at the Porterhouse in Hot Springs on Sept. 13 at 6 p.m. The Fall Nine-N-Dine on Sept. 16, 1 p.m. at Cortez Golf Course. A fun scramble format, followed by dinner.
For more information on how to get involved, see our website, Boome rsRockHSV.com and let’s have some fun.
HSV Camera Club meets second Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m., Church of Christ, 210 Balboa Road. From basic camera settings to competitive photo entries we encourage members to expand their photography talents through monthly presentations by local pros, field-trips and summer classes. Guests welcome.
For details visit https://www.hsvcameraclub.com/index.html.
Cedar Mountain Village Singers
Cedar Mountain Singers is a mixed (men and women) group singing three- and four-part harmony. Membership is open to the community; ability to sing in harmony is important, and it’s helpful but not required to be able to read music.
Rehearsals are Mondays, 1:30-3:30, in October and November at Christ of the Hills UMC to prepare for our Dec. 4 show. Our music is in a wide range of styles: mostly secular and primarily fun.
Rehearsals begin Oct. 1 with a luncheon at 12:30. For more information or to RSVP, email CedarMountainVillageSingers@gmail.com or visit www.cmshsv.org.
Col. John Washington Chapter, Colonial Dames XVII Century
The Col. John Washington Chapter, Colonial Dames XVII Century will meet at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 20 at the Hot Springs Country Club. The featured speaker will be Beverly Salisbury and she will talk about the “History of the Star Spangled Banner”.
Beverly, a native of Alabama, holds a bachelor’s degree from Auburn University with a major in English, and two graduate degrees from the University of Memphis in English.
She retired to Hot Springs Village after a 27-year career as an English teacher at Southwest Tennessee Community College in Memphis where she taught primarily World and American literature, but also composition.
For information, call Pat McLemore at 501-209-9527.
Eagle Wings Motorcycle Group
A Chapter of GWRRA, is a motorcycle rider group based out of Hot Springs/HSV, Arkansas. All brands of motorcycles and trikes in this group. Several rides planned every week. There’s a monthly meeting on the 3rd Saturday of each month (except December).
If interested, or have questions, call Don Hewett at 501-655-6290. Visit the web site at http://www.eaglewingschaptere.org/index.html.
el Grupo Latino
Spanish Club – (aka el Grupo Latino) meets the first Monday of every month, at 12:30, for lunch. The group is open to anyone interested in practicing his/her Spanish, whether native or non-native speaker.
For more information, call Christine at 922-0608.
Hot Springs Village Players
Save the date: Purchase your tickets for the HSV Player’s production of “Mom’s Gift,” coming to Hot Springs Village Nov. 18-20 at www.HSVTicketSales.com.
The HSV Players meet the first Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. in the Ouachita Building, rooms A and B at the Ponce de Leon Center, 1101 DeSoto Blvd. There are no residency requirements and membership dues are only $15 annually.
For more information, go to www.HSVPlayers.org or Facebook: https://www.faceb ook.com/hsvplayers/.
HSV Concerts Association
Get ready for the classic sound of five guys singing stunning harmonies at The Doo Wop Project set for Sept. 12-14. Purchase the 2018-2019 season membership for only $115 to enjoy all of the great upcoming concerts at www.HSVTicketSales.com, 501-922-4231 or in person at the Ponce de Leon ticket office Monday-F riday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Individual tickets are also available.
Upcoming concerts include: The Ethan Bortnick (Nov. 14-16), Dallas String Quartet (Jan. 16-18), Farewell Angelina (March 13-15) and Atlantic City Boys (April 17-19).
You are invited to join us on Thursday, Sept. 20, to hear U.S. Representative French Hill speak in the Ouachita Building at the Ponce de Leon Center.
Hill will discuss current and upcoming events effecting our state and country. Hosted by HSV Republican Women, we welcome members, men and interested guests to attend these educational meetings. Plan to arrive by 9:45 a.m. for refreshments, the meeting begins at 10.
For more nformation, contact president, Lori at 922-2775.
HSVRW will host “Keep America Great” Rally on Monday, Oct. 8, at the Balboa Pavilion at 4:30. Admission is free. Federal, state, and local officials have been invited.
Kiwanis Club of Greater Hot Springs Village
Be our guest at 7:30 a.m., each Monday morning for coffee and doughnuts at Village United Methodist Church at 200 Carmona Road. The regular meeting begins at 8 a.m. It’s an opportunity to learn about the projects and programs Kiwanis supports in our community and for the children of the world. Do you want to become a member?
The next meeting will be held Monday. For more information, contact Kiwanis president Dottie Williams at 915-9116.
Kiwanis Club of Hot Springs Village
“Lights, Camera, Action!” Ann Workman will present the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival 2018 program to Kiwanis. Kiwanian Bill Herzog will introduce the speaker.
Be our guest at 7:30 a.m. for coffee and doughnuts. Let our members tell you about “giving back” the Kiwanis way. It’s an opportunity to learn about the projects and programs Kiwanis supports in our community and for the children of the world. Want to Volunteer?
Our regular meeting begins each Thursday at 8 a.m. in Christ Lutheran Church, 103 Ponferrada Way.
For more information, contact Kiwanis president David Olson, 922-3221. Like us on Facebook.
Lupus Foundation of Arkansas Inc.
Hot Springs Support Group meeting will take place Tuesday, Sept. 18, at 6:30 p.m., in the Levi Hospital boardroom, 2nd floor, 300 Prospect Ave.
Parking is in the rear, walk down the steps (if unable to do steps, park on the lower level). Boardroom is on the right.
All meetings are free and open to the public. Lupus patients, these meetings give you an opportunity to express how you are coping with this disease. Bring a friend or family member for support. All autoimmune diseases are welcome. New patients are encouraged to attend.
For more information, contact Jamesetta Smith, 501-525-9380 or 800-294-8878.
The Optimist Club of HSV, not only serves the Village, but has the goal of reaching out to our youth.
We sponsor oratorical and essay competitions, as well as sports activities and a conservation club within the local schools.
For more information, call Steve Eubank at 501-209-2363 or Phil Gustafson at 501-204-4646.
Ouachita Mountain Hikers
On Thursday, Sept. 13, Ouachita Mountain Hikers will be hiking 5.2, or optional 8.6, miles on The Charlton trail at the Charlton Recreation Area near Crystal Springs.
The club will also be hiking 5 miles on West Mountain in Hot Springs National Park on Saturday, Sept. 15.
Check our website omhikers.net or contact the club at email@example.com for additional information.
We are all breast cancer survivors who gather together to share information and support one another. If you have or previously had breast cancer, we welcome you.
Meetings are the fourth Tuesday of the month at 11:30 a.m. in the Mt. Carmel dining room at 540 Ponce de Leon.
The next meeting is Sept. 25.
Retired and Current Law Enforcement Officers
Retired and Current Law Enforcement Officers are invited to attend Breakfast/Coffee every third Tuesday of each month at 9:30 a.m. at the Home Plate Café located on Highway 7 (Back Room), for a very informal conversation.
Any questions, contact Andrew Jones, Jr at 501-915-9822.
The Rotary Club of Hot Springs Village meets weekly for fun, fellowship and presentations by interesting guest speakers.
We are a collection of community leaders, business professionals and volunteers who want to make a difference in our community and believe in the Rotary motto “Service Above Self.”
Our speaker will be Larry Venable - POA Board Recruitment Informational Presentation.
Join us at Good Samaritan Society’s Lodge (121 Cortez Road) on Thursday mornings for breakfast at 6:30 with the meeting to follow at 7.
For more information, call Bob Sweeten at 501-920-3772, visit www.hsvrotary.org. or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you enjoy scrapbooking or would like to learn, come join us in the fun.
It’s a wonderful way to preserve memories and meet new friends.
Contact Barb Walker at 501-922-3776 for more information.
The Village Chorale
Singers interested in choral singing are invited to audition for The Village Chorale. We are a 40-voice mixed chorus singing standard choral literature in many styles.
The Village Chorale presents two concerts yearly at Woodlands Auditorium, performances at Garvan Gardens, and with the ASO in their annual “Christmas in the Village” concert.
We rehearse every Monday evening at 6 in the choir room of Presbyterian Kirk in the Pines.
If you read music and would like to be part of our group, request audition by calling Dr. Tom Bolton, music director, at 502-889-1520 for further information.
The Village Men’s Chorus
The Men’s Chorus performs a variety of acapella and accompanied choral music in a variety of styles. The Men’s Chorus presents a Christmas and Spring concert with other appearances, including the Garvan Woodland Gardens and Woodlands Auditorium.
The chorus is under the direction of Jim Kelly, accompanied by Earl Wilde. We rehearse weekly on Wednesday mornings from 8:30-10:30 at Christ of The Hills Methodist Church.
This is a non-auditioned group; however, prior choral singing experience is necessary background experiences for this group. Contact Jim Kelly at 501-915-0407 for more information. Visit our website at: https://hsvmens chorus.org/.
Traveling Single meets the third Friday at Good Sam on Cortez Road.
Our next meeting will be Sept. 21, 4:30 p.m. at Good Sam. We usually stay for dinner.
Oct 2 will be a trip to Crystal Bridges and Har Ber Village.
Oct 31, we will go to Murry’s Dinner Theater to see “Hallelujah Girls.” Reservations must be in by Oct. 2.
Nov 14 we will travel to Winthrop P. Rockefeller Institute for tour and lunch.
To reserve your place for any of the trips or for more information, call Andrea at 226-3337.
Village Parkinson’s Disease Support Group
Sometimes you feel like talking about your Parkinson’s but you don’t want to tell the whole group. Just let someone know and we will gladly set a time to meet with you alone.
The Village PD Support Group meets at 11:45 a.m. on the second Thursday of each month at Mt Carmel, just outside the Balboa Gate. You may stay for lunch ($7).
Call Bob Jones at 922-0638 by the Tuesday before to make a lunch reservation.
Village Pines Garden Club
Village Pines Garden Club meets the first Tuesday of the month through March. Starting at 11 a.m., we have “Grass Roots” in room 6 at the Coronado Center, 150 Ponderosa Way. It is presented by members who have knowledge of the topic and is a hands on discussion group.
At noon we have a special “tea table” lunch provided by the members, at 12:30, we have our program speaker for the month and at 1 p.m. our regular meeting. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Call Linda Shay, president, at 407-491-2583, if you have questions.
Village Pines Garden Club is a member of National Garden Clubs Inc., Arkansas Federation of Garden Clubs and the Hot Springs Council of Garden Clubs.
Village Quilt Guild
The Village Quilt Guild will meets Thursday, Sept. 13, at Faith Lutheran Church, 1196 DeSoto Blvd. A sign-in/social time begins at 9 a.m. and the business meeting begins at 9:30. The September meeting features a lecture by Ruth Anne Yax.
Guests are welcome. More information can be obtained at the website http://www.hsvquiltguild.org/page/index.html.
The Sept. 13 meeting of the Village Skeptics will be Open Mic. If you have an inquiring mind, you are encouraged to attend. Bring a topic you’d like to discuss.
It’s important that the issue for discussion has more than one side and that there is evidence to back up one’s opinion. Doubt and inquiry are the essence of skepticism. This is not the place for a religious discussion, as faith is beyond the scope of our inquiries.
Village Skeptics meet the second Thursday of each month at the Coronado Center, room 2, at 7 p.m. Contact Joel Unowsky 501-226-3264. Visitors are welcome. A $3 donation to help offset the cost of room rental is requested.