FRIDAY FROM 5-8 P.M. | 917 W. JUNEAU AVE.
Platinum Sky Farms is teaming up with MKE Yoga Social to bring two-month-old baby dwarf goats to a yoga class. The two hour-long sessions feature gentle movements, and of course, cuddles with the little goats. The sessions break down into two parts: 30 minutes of “super chill” yoga and 30 minutes of goat cuddles. Tickets are $49 per person, or $85 per pair. Mats will be socially distanced and masks are required.
FRIDAY | 11200 W. BURLEIGH ST., WAUWATOSA
The new Good City Brewing taproom in Tosa is finally opening up. It’s just a soft opening, so the menu will only feature beer and not food, yet. The venue hopes to ramp up to full service by early May.
ALL WEEKEND | 909 ENGLISH PRAIRIE RD., SPRING GROVE, ILLINOIS
This event is a bit of a drive, but if you’re up for an hour in the car it will be worth it. Richardson Adventure Farm‘s first-ever Tulip Festival will feature 300,000 bulbs of 30 tulip varieties. You can walk through the pick-your-own tulip field and build a bouquet out of 70,000 mixed colors of bulbs. The event only lasts for two weeks, so get your visit in before May 9.
APRIL 27-MAY 23 | 108 E. WELLS ST.
The Rep is bringing back live and in-person performances at its intimate Quadracci Powerhouse lounge space. This one-woman musical show stars Alexis J. Roston, saluting the late, great Ella. Social distancing policies will be in full effect, and the venue is limiting capacity.
THROUGH SUNDAY | ONLINE
There are only two pizzerias left in the fight to crown the best pizza in Milwaukee. It only takes seconds to vote. Go to milwaukeemag.com/pizzabracket and cast your vote for either Zaffiro’s or Transfer Pizzeria Café. We’ll announce the winners on Monday.