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AUG 10

Ron Cole­man Min­ing Crys­tal Gallery Show­ing, 211 Crys­tal Ridge Lane, Jessieville through Aug. 20 Guided tour and lec­ture of Ron Cole­man Min­ing Gallery Show­room fea­tur­ing gallery style pieces of large crys­tal and large amethyst, jade, fos­sils, sand­stone art and more. Ad­mis­sion is $5 for adults; chil­dren will be ad­mit­ted for free with a paid ad­mis­sion. Call 501-984-5396 for more in­for­ma­tion.

AUG 16

Look­out Point presents: En­nea­gram ( per­son­al­ity types) Re­treat, Look­out Point Lake­side Inn through Aug. 18 The En­nea­gram is an an­cient and sa­cred sys­tem for iden­ti­fy­ing per­son­al­ity types and en­cour­ag­ing per­sonal growth. The cost of the work­shop is $250. The re­treat is led by Rev. Ge­or­jean Blan­ton of Austin, Texas. Call 525-6155 to reg­is­ter.

AUG 18

Vince Gill in con­cert, Oak­lawn's Fin­ish Line Theater, 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m. Call Jen­nifer Hoyt, Oak­lawn’s me­dia relations man­ager, at 623-4411 for more in­for­ma­tion.

AUG 20

Bar­rett Baber and Zach Se­abaugh in con­cert, Lake Hamil­ton Wolf Arena, 5:309:30 p.m. Kamo’s Kids and HEROS present a spe­cial night with Bar­rett Baber and Zach Se­abaugh. Ticket sales ben­e­fit the chil­dren of Gar­land County. Call Chris Bur­row at 282-1528 for more in­for­ma­tion.

AUG 22

Hot Springs Con­cert Band Free Sum­mer Con­cert Se­ries, Whit­ting­ton Park, 6 p.m. Ad­mis­sion and park­ing is free. Call 501-984-1678 for more in­for­ma­tion.

AUG 27

Hot Springs Fun City Cho­rus presents “Boys of Baseball,” Hot Springs Con­ven­tion Cen­ter, 7 p.m. Guests will en­joy a mu­si­cal show fea­tur­ing the songs, sto­ries and char­ac­ters of Spring Train­ing in Hot Springs. The Fun City Cho­rus is a group of ap­prox­i­mately forty men ded­i­cated to singing a cap­pella mu­sic in the Bar­ber­shop Har­mony style. Gen­eral ad­mis­sion is $15. Call Bill James at 318- 8754 or Steve Spakes at 624-6100 for more in­for­ma­tion.

AUG 31

Spa City Sum­merFest through Sept. 4 The Spa City Blues So­ci­ety and the Hot Springs Jazz So­ci­ety will com­bine the 25th an­nual Hot Springs Jaz­zFest and 20th an­nual Hot Springs Blues Fest to cre­ate five days of jazz and blues mu­sic in var­i­ous venues in down­town Hot Springs.

AUG 31

Arkansas State Parks Legacy Week, Lake Cather­ine State Park through Sept. 6 The legacy of Arkansas State Parks is to pre­serve the state’s di­verse beauty and his­tory so that all Arkansans and vis­i­tors may find emo­tional and in­tel­lec­tual con­nec­tions to their her­itage. Lake Cather­ine State Park will cel­e­brate with spe­cial pro­grams, tours and ac­tiv­i­ties pro­mot­ing con­ser­va­tion and stew­ard­ship of our nat­u­ral re­sources. Call 8444176 for more in­for­ma­tion.

T SEP 1

Words & Wine, writ­ing with Kai Cog­gin, Emer­gent Arts, 7-9 p.m. Kai teaches a creative-writ­ing class for adults every Tues­day in Septem­ber. Call 655-0836 for more in­for­ma­tion.

T SEP 2

Gallery Walk, 5-9 p.m. A con­tin­u­ous tra­di­tion for 25 years and count­ing, gal­leries stay open late for Gallery Walk on the first Fri­day of each month to host open­ings of new ex­hibits by lo­cal, re­gional, na­tional and in­ter­na­tional artists.

T SEP 3

First Satur­day's Na­tional Parks Cen­ten­nial Iron Ranger Chal­lenge, start­ing at Fordyce Bath House, 10 a.m. Jan. 1 marked the be­gin­ning of the Na­tional Park Ser­vice cen­ten­nial cel­e­bra­tion and the seven Na­tional Park sites in Arkansas kicked off the cel­e­bra­tion by launch­ing the Cen­ten­nial Iron Ranger Chal­lenge, a year­long pro­gram to en­cour­age vis­i­tors to “Find Your Park” and im­prove their health and fit­ness by com­plet­ing 100 miles of phys­i­cal ac­tiv­ity over the course of the year. Park rangers lead the Iron Ranger Chal­lenge on the first Satur­day of each month and pro­vide in­struc­tion on how to hike safely within the na­tional park.

First Satur­days at the Mau­rice with Cutwell 4 Kids, Mau­rice Bath House, 2-4 p.m. This pro­gram gives chil­dren a chance to ex­press them­selves ar­tis­ti­cally. Chil­dren of all ages are wel­come to join in on the paint­ing and cre­at­ing. Ma­te­ri­als will be pro­vided.

T SEP 4

Star­dust Big Band Tea Dance, Ar­ling­ton Re­sort Ho­tel & Spa Crys­tal Ball­room, 3-6 p.m. Star­dust Big Band closes out Spa City Sum­merFest with its monthly tea dance. Ad­mis­sion is $10 and free for stu­dents 19 years of age and younger. Call 767-5482 for more in­for­ma­tion.

His­panic Her­itage Fes­ti­val, Magic Springs and Crys­tal Falls, 8 p.m. Call 624-0100 for more in­for­ma­tion.

Magic Springs Con­cert Se­ries presents La Orig­i­nal Sonora Di­na­mita, Tim­ber­wood Am­phithe­ater, 8 p.m. La Sonora Di­na­mita is a Colom­bian mu­sic group that plays cumbia, a South and Latin Amer­i­can mu­sic genre pop­u­lar through­out Latin Amer­ica. As one of the first cumbia groups to reach in­ter­na­tional suc­cess, it is cred­ited with help­ing to pop­u­lar­ize the genre through­out Latin Amer­ica and the world. Call 624-0100 for more in­for­ma­tion. La­bor Day fire­works, at dusk Fire­works dis­play to be held across High­way 7 from the Su­per Duty Docks and Lift lo­ca­tion di­rectly across from the Clar­ion Ho­tel. Call 321-2277 for more in­for­ma­tion.

T SEP 8

11th An­nual Hot Springs Open Mo­tor­cy­cle Rally, Hot Springs Con­ven­tion Cen­ter through Aug. 10 The Hot Springs Rally is the largest mo­tor­cy­cle rally held an­nu­ally in cen­tral Arkansas. The three-day rally in­cludes ven­dors, two poker runs with a chance to win $2,000, a bike show, field events and bike games, a pa­rade through his­toric down­town Hot Springs and en­ter­tain­ment.

T SEP 10

19th An­nual Terry Paul Thode Me­mo­rial Golf Tour­na­ment, Di­a­mond­head Coun­try Club, 1 p.m. The Terry Paul Thode Lu­pus Me­mo­rial Golf Tour­na­ment will ben­e­fit the Lu­pus Foun­da­tion of Arkansas, Inc. The event will in­clude a four-per­son scram­ble, re­fresh­ments and din­ner with an awards cer­e­mony fol­low­ing the tour­na­ment. Call 525-9380 or 800-294-8878 for more in­for­ma­tion.

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