10 Things To Do This Week In Louisville (3/26-4/1)

Itching to get out of the house? Here are a few things to do around town this week and weekend.
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Flavors of Southern Spain with Lustau Sherry
Paseo | 2035 S. 3rd St. | paseolouisville.com | $90 | 6 p.m.
Escape to Southern Spain with Paseo And Lustau Sherry for a night of food and drink pairings, complete with live music and flamenco dancers. The five-course menu and expertly paired sherry selections promises to transport you straight to the heart of the Iberian Peninsula. An expert from Lustau Sherry will be there to guide you through each selection.
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Check Out Puttshack

Puttshack, the world's first and only upscale tech-infused mini golf experience is now open at the Oxmoor Center.The new space is equipped with four 9-hole courses, a dedicated DJ booth, extensive shareable menu, hand-crafted cocktails, and both private and semi-private event spaces. You can also enjoy playing nostalgic games like life-size beer pong, air hockey, roulette, and Connect Four. Puttshack Louisville offers a family-friendly setting during the day and shifts to an elevated nightlife environment for those aged 21 and up after 8 p.m.
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Restless Spirit, Temple of the Fuzz Witch, Faerie Ring, and Crop

Portal | 1512 Portland Ave | portal-louisville.com | $15 adv, $20 door | 8:00 p.m.
Unfortunately, Marc Morello is probably better known as the guy who literally eats garbage and reviews it on Instagram as found.foodage.reviews. However, when not nomming on trash, he’s bringing the low end to some truly sick Sabbath-esque riffs as the bassist of Long Island, NY stoner metal/doom band Restless Spirit, who are wrapping up their quick five-day tour with fellow stoner/doom band Temple of the Fuzz Witch, (Detroit, MI), right here in Louisville. Sharing the stage, (and most likely the bong), are two of the area’s finest doom metal bands: Faerie Ring (Evansville, IN), and Crop, (Lexington, KY).
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Joey Goebel
Surface Noise | 600 Baxter Ave. | Search Facebook | Free | 7 p.m.
Kentucky-born writer Joey Goebel will share readings from his works, including “Torture the Artist” or “Vincent” as it is known in Germany where Goebel has found popularity. Though he is largely unknown for his writing in the US, he’s been on several European book tours. Goebel lives in Henderson, KY where he teaches English.
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Cowboy Preacher’s Club
Kaiju | 1004 E Oak St.| instagram.com/cowboypreachersclub | No Cover
A 5-piece Indie band with a great Instagram presence. These 5 best friend songwriters have the exact sound I want to hear this Spring: light, melodic and happy, like the sunshine and warm weather we all crave. Check them out at Kaiju and give them a follow on the ‘gram.
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Shippingport Brewery | 1221 W Main St. | Cost of purchase | 8 p.m.
What’s better than burlesque? A burlesque-drag comedy that takes place at a woman-owned brewery. That’s what. Shippingport is bringing back their Burlesque events which take place on the last Sunday of every month. Stop by on the 31st to sip on the Marge IPA while you watch local performers like Autumn Fallz do their thing.
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Nouvelle Wine Education: Australia
Nouvelle | 214 South Clay St. | nouvelle.com | $55 | 7-9 p.m.
Led by Sommelier and Aussie expert Rebbeca Loewy, Nouvelle’s upcoming wine class will dig into the amazing possibilities of producing wine in Australia despite its difficulty growing grapes. Tickets include 4 wine pairings and a presentation by the Sommelier.
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Baby Goat Day!
Legend At Pope Lick | 4002 S Pope Lick Rd. | Search Facebook | Free | 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Meet baby goats and get a free photo with donation. There will be coffee and warm donuts, other snacks and souvenirs along with fresh farm items with Sunny Acres Farm bringing eggs, baked goods, goat milk soap, and local honey.
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Sunday Easter Brunch

Easter brunch is a holiday rite of passage. If you're looking for a spot in Louisville that every bunny will love, look no further than the link above. We've compiled a few of the best options in the city for a Sunday meal that won't disappoint!
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Wild Lights

Louisville’s premier springtime lights attraction, Wild Lights, returns to the Louisville Zoo for its fifth year. Bringing a new lineup of lanterns, Wild Lights will run Thursday through Sunday nights from Mar. 23 – May 19. Tickets start at $23 with special deals for families. Check out the link above for a sneak peek!
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