Yoga + Beer
$5 donation | 5:30 p.m.
This event combines two fantastic after-work activities, yoga and drinking beer from Goodwood Brewing. Just bring a yoga mat and your yogi friends for an all-levels session with instructor Abbey Brooks. Bring a $5 donation for the instructor (and don’t forget your beer money!). —Staff
Wealth of Knowledge Man
Free | 9-11 p.m.
At the “Wealth of Knowledge Man: A Comedy Trivia Show,” three contestants compete in three rounds of useless trivia to win prizes for audience members. The show is hosted by Hunter Roberts, a “clearly drunken comedian filled with so much useless knowledge that he’s no longer allowed to play local trivia.” —Staff
Black Box Film Cult presents ‘Fatal Deviation’
Free | 9-10:30 p.m.
Black Box Film Cult finds the “weirdest, most bizarre, awe-inspiring and hilarious movies” to screen for your viewing pleasure at Seidenfaden’s Cafe. And this week’s film, “dredged up from the depths of the underground,” certainly meets those criteria. “Fatal Deviation,” is the best Irish martial-arts movie ever made… because it’s the only Irish martial-arts movie ever made. And once you’ve seen it (through tears of laughter), you’ll understand why. —Ethan Smith
Fairness Volunteer Night
Fairness Campaign, 2263 Frankfort Ave.
Free | 5-8 p.m.
The Fairness Campaign, a group dedicated to achieving “comprehensive civil rights legislation prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity,” needs your help. Join it for Volunteer Night to help the Campaign process supporters’ messages to their legislators. Bring a laptop if you can, but if not, that’s OK, too. And for your efforts, you will be rewarded with free pizza! —Staff
LouiEvolve LouiBall Celebrity Basketball Game
$5 | 6-8 p.m.
See a celebrity basketball game featuring several local hip-hop musicians, DJs and The Louisville Diesel basketball team this Thursday at the Walden School. The game is part of LouiEvolve 2017, a hip-hop and street arts festival, and will be hosted by Eye Radio hosts RMLLW2LLZ & DJ DS, with music provided by Yared Sound and DJ DS, halftime performances by Metez, and proceeds benefit LouiEvolve, Walden School and AMPED (which provides free access to instruments, music therapy and performance opportunities for Louisville’s youth). —Ethan Smith
Wax Fang Victory Laps Album Listening Party
Against The Grain Brewery
Free | 7-10 p.m.
Be the first to hear Victory Laps, Wax Fang’s forthcoming record, which is set to be released Friday, May 5. Besides getting to listen to the album a few weeks early, they’ll give away limited editions of the Victory Laps vinyl, as well as raffle off four Crosley C100 turntables. Plus, Against The Grain is brewing a Victory Laps Session IPA, which will be available. —Scott Recker
Sanctuary for All – Metro Council Meeting
Louisville City Hall
Free | 6-7 p.m.
If you want Louisville declared a sanctuary city, you can help by joining Louisville Showing Up for Racial Justice and several other activist organizations at Thursday’s Metro Council. During the public comment period, residents will explain why they believe declaring Louisville a sanctuary city would help protect “immigrant families, refugees, black communities, LGBTQ youth, the disabled, and low income and working people.” And the more people in attendance, the louder the message. —Staff
Give A Day – Mayor’s Week of Service
April 15–23 | Free
Every year, Mayor Greg Fischer asks Louisvillians to show the world their capacity for compassion with the “Give A Day” week of service. As Mr. Mayor himself put it, “Whether you give an hour, a day, donate blood, give food, clothing or simply help a neighbor, everyone can do something.” So volunteer for one of the larger projects on the Give A Day website, or take it upon yourself to do something small for a neighbor. Either way, the act of kindness will not go unnoticed. —Staff
Louisville ARA Benefit Show
The Cure Lounge
$5-$10 suggested donation | 9 p.m.
This Friday, fight nazis with the power of rock at this benefit show for Louisville Anti-Racist Action, which is here to “help build, defend, educate and create an effective cultural resistance against fascism.” Bands playing include stoner/doom metal band Blind Scryer, metal band Boneclaw, punk-rock band Satellite Twin and experimental rock band Black Kaspar. —Ethan Smith
Quick Runner, Lotus Kid, Midnight Channels, In Angles
$5 | 9:30 p.m.
It’s simple: Mag Bar is a great venue, and these are some great bands to experience live. So put on some pants and go have fun listening to live tunes played by “angsty pop punk” band Lotus Kid, progressive rock band Midnight Channels, hardcore punk band In Angles and pop punk band Quick Runner. —Staff