Green Market & Artisan Market
The Green Market is a group of local farmers, bakers and artisans dedicated to provide you with home grown vegetables, homemade baked goods and handcrafted items; a one-stop shop! Get your meat, eggs, fruits, baked goods, vegetables and gifts all in one spot. Green Market meets every Thursday April through November at Grove Park located at 1105 DeSoto Boulevard.
At the Artisan market, regional artisans sell their wares at a spring and fall event. The Artisan Market also meets at Grove Park located at 1105 DeSoto Boulevard.
Once a season, Hot Springs Village celebrates a local chef with a farm to table experience to be remembered. Not a single detail is missed from décor, to music and ambient lighting. Depending on the theme, location can vary from Waypoint, to Grove Park to DeSoto Club.
Check the Explore Hot Spring Village calendar for the next event or to buy tickets. Hurry as most events sell out within weeks.
Rhythm Jams provide an opportunity for musicians, singers, and listeners to gather and share various genres of music, musical instruments and the history behind the music. These jams are open to all ages, skill levels and instruments that are non-amplified.
Feel free to bring copies of your music to share! Rhythm Jams meets the third Sunday of the month from 3-5 p.m. at DeSoto Club & Grill located at 100 Clubhouse Drive.
Rock Porch Sessions are a free music series the first Saturday of the month, April through October. Bring your friends, lawn chairs, and enjoy the evening listening to amazing music.
Rock Porch sessions are hosted at the Grove Park located at 1105 DeSoto Boulevard.
Stars & Stripes
For Hot Spring Village residents, Stars and Stripes is a 30 year tradition celebrating Independence Day.
Events typically begin July 1st with concerts, fish fries, kayak/paddleboard races, activities for all ages and commencing with the amazing fireworks display July 4th on Lake Balboa.
The Ponce de Leon Performing Arts Center in Hot Springs Village houses Woodlands Auditorium, Ouachita Building, Casa de Carta and Grove Park.
The Woodlands Auditorium is a 654-seat theater featuring state-of-the-art sound and lighting. Woodlands hosts approximately 75 cultural and entertainment events per year, including Broadway-style musicals, drama, dance, vocal and choral performances.
The Ouachita Building hosts events in a more intimate setting such as wine tastings and speaking series.
The Casa de Carta is room to the largest bridge club in the United States.