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Stardust Big Band performs in Hot Springs

Stardust Big Band performs in Hot Springs

“Let’s keep dancing like there is no tomorrow!” We encourage our “groupies” to bring friends and introduce them to this wonderful opportunity to hear big band music in Arkansas. We also welcome suggestions as to improving the Tea dances for your enjoyment.

We are currently searching for more big band arrangements with waltz tempos and for some with Latin influences. We do like to accommodate your requests and receive many for those two categories.

Stardust Big Band event dates are January 16, February 20, and March 20 at the Arlington Resort Hotel, 413 Central, Hot Springs, AR. There is an $8 cover charge (no cost for students). For information call (501) 767-5482.

 From all the Stardust Big Band members, have a Happy New Year and a safe & healthy 2011!

Central Park Fusion to honor documentary film institution

Central Park Fusion to honor documentary film institution

On New Year’s Eve, the Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce and Central Park Fusion is honoring the Hot Springs Documentary Film Institution on Friday at 10 p.m.

The Muses presents Christmas Concerts

The Muses presents Christmas Concerts

Each December, The Muses Creative Artistry Project inspires and entertains audiences with two sparkling Christmas celebrations, one sacred and one featuring familiar holiday favorites. 


This year, The Muses’ cabaret-style concert is entitled “It’s Christmastime again, my Dear!” with fabulous selections of old and new holiday standards -- such as White Christmas, The Christmas Song, and maybe even the Naughty Santa song.

MASM's 11th annual Taste of the Holidays to be held Dec. 5

11th Annual Taste of the Holidays, will take place on Sunday, December 5, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. As Mid-America Science Museum's primary fundraising event, Taste of the Holidays is integral to presenting science in extraordinary ways not found in the home or classroom.

Local entertainers Ken Goodman, Ray and Ruth Liebaw, and the Barbarshop Quartet are this years featured entertainment.  

Every year, Mid-America Science Museum invites local artists to participate in the live auction.