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ALL Mid-America Science Mu­seum pre­sents Mind­bendAPR. er Man­sion

En­ter into the puz­zling and per­plex­ing world of Mindbender Man­sion, a quirky place full of brain­teasers, puz­zles and in­ter­ac­tive chal­lenges de­signed to strengthen prob­lem-solv­ing skills and ex­er­cise the brain power of thinkers of all ages and skills. Per­fect for multi­gen­er­a­tional fam­ily bond­ing, cor­po­rate team build­ing and small group ca­ma­raderie. Call 767-3461 or visit http://www. mi­damer­i­can­mu­seum.org for more in­for­ma­tion

APR. 19th An­nual Hot Springs Corvette Week­end, Hot Springs Con­ven­tion Cen­ter, through April 22

More than 200 Corvettes will be on dis­play at the con­ven­tion cen­ter on April 22 for the Corvette show. Ad­mis­sion is free and open to the public. Con­tact Terry Ste­gal at T5ste­gall@ gmail.com or visit http://www. cen­tralarkansas­corvet­te­club. com for more in­for­ma­tion.

Farm-to-Ta­ble event by Su­pe­rior Bath­house Brew­ery and JV Farms, Mag­no­lia Room at Gar­van Wood­land Gar­dens, 6 p.m.

Do you know your farmer? This din­ner event show­cases the unique re­la­tion­ships formed when lo­cal busi­nesses and pro­duc­ers work to­gether to bring Arkansas grown prod­ucts to the con­sumer. Par­tic­i­pants at this event will par­take in a three­course meal, com­plete with sea­sonal beer pair­ings. Menu items will be sourced from lo­cal farms, with an em­pha­sis on sea­son­ally avail­able veg­eta­bles and pork. Cost is $44 per in­di­vid­ual or $78 per cou­ple for mem­bers, and $60 per in­di­vid­ual or $100 per cou­ple for non­mem­bers. Reser­va­tions are re­quired. Call 800-366-4664 for reser­va­tions or re­serve on­line.

APR Knights of Colum­bus Spring Rum­mage Sale, through April 22 and 2829

Knights of Colum­bus will host its an­nual Spring Rum­mage Sale for Char­ity on April 21-22 and 28-29 at 3045 E. Spring St. The sale will open at 8 a.m. and end at 4 p.m. each day.

APR. Third An­nual Hot Springs Gumbo & Craw­fish Fes­ti­val, Hill Wheat­ley Plaza

Pre­sented by the Spa City Blues So­ci­ety, the fes­ti­val will of­fer sam­plings of gumbo from area cook­ing teams vy­ing for the ti­tle of Best Hot Springs Gumbo. Guests can pur­chase a craw­fish din­ner and dance mu­sic will be played. All prof­its gen­er­ated by all events pre­sented by the Spa City Blues So­ci­ety go to­ward com­mu­nity en­rich­ment in the form of cul­tural ac­tiv­i­ties like the Hot Springs Gumbo & Craw­fish Fes­ti­val, the Hot Springs Craft Beer Fes­ti­val, Blues in the Schools, and the Hot Springs Blues Fes­ti­val. Email con­tact@ spac­i­ty­blues.org or visit http:// www. hs­gum­bofest. com for more in­for­ma­tion.

Sec­ond An­nual Up­cy­cle Sculp­ture Fes­ti­val, Hot Springs Creek Green­way Trail, 9 a.m.

The city’s Arts Ad­vi­sory Com­mit­tee will spon­sor its sec­ond an­nual Up­cy­cle Sculp­ture Fes­ti­val from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. along the Hot Springs Creek Green­way Trail next to the Hot Springs Farm­ers & Ar­ti­sans Mar­ket, 121 Or­ange St. Stu­dents, teach­ers and pro­fes­sional artists are en­cour­aged to par­tic­i­pate in the free event. En­trants will dis­play orig­i­nal art cre­ated from reused ma­te­ri­als. Artists must be able to trans­port, set up and re­move their art. Awards for top sculp­tures in the six cat­e­gories and a Peo­ple’s Choice award will be pre­sented at noon. Call 3216871 or email park­trl@cityhs. net for more in­for­ma­tion.

APR. Third An­nual Arts & the Park Fes­ti­val, through May 7

The Hot Springs Area Cul­tural Al­liance (HSACA) is pleased to an­nounce the re­turn of this 10-day fes­ti­val in cel­e­bra­tion of the arts, sched­uled for April 28 through May 7 in var­i­ous down­town Hot Springs venues.

Ta­lent by lo­cal and statewide vis­ual artists, mu­si­cians, dancers, po­ets, jew­el­ers, pot­ters, per­form­ers, au­thors, glass mak­ers, sculp­tors and more will be show­cased dur­ing this year’s fes­ti­val. Stu­dio Tours will be a high­light of this year’s event on April 29-30 where cu­ri­ous art-lovers can visit the per­sonal stu­dios of par­tic­i­pat­ing artists. The fes­ti­val will close out on May 6- 7 with Art Springs, a free two-day juried art fes­ti­val that show­cases Arkansas artists and ar­ti­sans at Hill Wheat­ley Plaza. Visit http:// www. hot­springsarts. org for more in­for­ma­tion.

APR. Ast ro n omy Day at Mid-America Science Mu­seum, 9 a.m.

As­tron­omy Day is part of a na­tion­wide cel­e­bra­tion of ed­u­ca­tional pro­grams de­signed to en­gage au­di­ences in the awe- in­spir­ing fields of Earth and space science. This ex­cit­ing event pro­vides an op­por­tu­nity to con­nect with cur­rent NASA science re­search and ex­plore Earth and space phe­nom­ena us­ing hands- on science ac­tiv­i­ties and the Oak­lawn Foun­da­tion Dig­i­tal Dome The­ater at the mu­seum. Call 767-3461 or visit http://www. mi­damer­i­can­mu­seum.org for more in­for­ma­tion.

Women in Bal­ance at Casa Bella, 325 Broad­way St.

Women in Bal­ance will fo­cus on the mind, body and spirit con­nec­tion where women will dis­cuss bal­ance in their lives, their bod­ies and their health. A live paint­ing demon­stra­tion will be per­formed and auc­tioned, with pro­ceeds ben­e­fit­ing the Friends of the Arkansas Chil­dren’s Hospi­tal. A fash­ion show by Chico will con­clude the event. Door prizes and re­fresh­ments will be pro­vided by Hot Springs Health & Fit­ness. The event is free and open to the public. Call 624-2272 for more in­for­ma­tion.

MAY 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.

MAY Ron Cole­man Min­ing Crys­tal Dig­ging Lec­ture Tour, 211 Crys­tal Ri dge Lane, Jessieville

Par­tic­i­pants will learn how to dig for crys­tals, what to look for and how to clean the crys­tals they find. Ad­mis­sion is $20 for adults, $15 for se­niors (55-plus), $5 for chil­dren (7-17) and free for chil­dren 6 years of age and younger. Call 501-9845396 or email cole­man­quartz@ gmail.com for more in­for­ma­tion.

MAY Sum­mer­fest Uptown, 315 Park Ave., noon

Sum­mer­fest Uptown is a fes­ti­val that takes place Uptown on Park Av­enue. Guests will en­joy arts and craft ven­dors, kids games, great food and more. This year’s fes­ti­val will also fea­ture a BBQ cook-off, chili cook-off and mu­sic. This is a fundraiser to pur­chase street­lights to “Light Up Park Av­enue” with street­lights. Visit http://www.sum­mer­fes­tup­town. com for more in­for­ma­tion.

Hot Springs Cruis­ers 22nd An­nual Car Show, Hot Springs Memo­rial Field

his event will ben­e­fit Pot­ter’s Clay. Mu­sic is pro­vided by the host car club; no mu­sic or run­ning en­gines is per­mit­ted dur­ing the show un­less ap­proved by the Hot Springs Cruis­ers Car Club. Reg­is­tra­tion be­gins at 8 a.m. and ends at 11 a.m. All par­tic­i­pants must be checked in at the reg­is­tra­tion desk and have ve­hi­cle in po­si­tion for judg­ing no later than 11 a.m. Call 624-3771 or 282-3515 or email miked­prince@gmail. com for more in­for­ma­tion.

MAY Mother’s Day Con­cert with Ringers of Hope, An­thony Chapel at Gar­van Wood­land Gar­dens, 3 p.m.

The Ringers of Hope from Oua­chita Hills Academy re­turn to de­light guests with their hand­bells and cel­e­brate moth­ers. The event is free and open to the public.

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