Tropical Brut Pool Party. Blue Owl Brewing released a divine spring and summer beer a few weeks ago, the tart Tropical Brut Ale using tangy tropical fruits in place of hops, and celebrates it this weekend with a pool party at Kitty Cohen's. The East Austin bar's laid-back vibe and small wading pool are both a perfect pairing with the beer. Every time you order the Tropical Brut Ale, you'll get a raffle ticket for a big prize giveaway. There will also be fun swag. 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday. Free. 2211 Webberville Road. facebook.com/events/374754439917502/.
Whiskey Peak: A Night of American Single Malts. Celebrate World Whiskey Day with a pioneering Colorado distillery, Stranahan's, offering Austin a taste of its single-malt whiskey. Tickets to the event include three drinks and a tasting flight of four whiskeys, live music by David Ramirez and food by EastSide Tavern. Plus, there will be live coopering and barrel charring demos by Independent Stave Co. Whiskey Peak benefits the Austin Parks Foundation. 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday. $15-$30. 1102 East, 1102 E. Cesar Chavez St. eventbrite.com/e/stranahans-whiskey-peak-benefiting-austin-parks-foundation-tickets-59404235668.
"Unbreakable" with the Capital City Men's Chorus. In celebration of its 30th year, the Capital City Men’s Chorus will present an uplifting new musical telling the stories and struggles of more than a century of American LGBTQ history. Written by renowned composer Andrew Lippa, the epic choral work "Unbreakable" focuses specifically on four characters, including Jane Addams, the first woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize in 1931 and an open lesbian activist. 7:30 p.m. Saturday, 4 p.m. Sunday. $20-$40. Bates Recital Hall, 2406 Robert Dedman Drive. ccmcaustin.org.
"Pictures from Russia" with Austin Civic Orchestra. Enjoy Modest Mussorgsky's masterpiece "Pictures at an Exhibition," along with music by other Russian composers, as part of the orchestra's Destination: Europe season. The program includes "Sleeping Beauty Waltz" by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky; "Horn Concerto, Mvts. II & III" by Reinhold Glière; and "Festive Overture" by Dmitri Shostakovich. Student art inspired by "Pictures" also will be on display. 7:30 p.m. Saturday. $10-$15. AISD Performing Arts Center, 1500 Barbara Jordan Blvd. austincivicorchestra.org/event/pictures-from-russia/.
Third Annual Festival of Good. The family-friendly block party in South Austin returns with activities including a petting zoo, face painting, a balloon maker, craft stations for the kids, free fitness classes and more. Kona Ice will have complimentary snow cones, and Rosarito and Wholly Cow will provide food truck grub. The afternoon event showcases the growing neighborhood off Slaughter Lane called Goodnight Ranch. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Free. Whitter Park at Goodnight Ranch, 8701 Whitter Dr. liveatgoodnight.com/festival-of-good.
"Gang of 6 Mix It Up" at Link & Pin Art Gallery. The Gang of Six is a group of working artists who meet regularly for constructive creative input, inspiration and problem-solving. Nurtured by the supportive spirit of the group, which includes Beatrice Baldwin, Paul Sonnenberg and Sean Thornton, each member has a commitment to developing their individual aesthetic vision, while encouraging the other members’ development as well. See what they've come up with working together. Opening reception 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday. 12 to 4 p.m. Friday-Sunday through June 16. 2235 E. Sixth St. linkpinart.com.
"Iolanthe's Fractured Fairy Tales." Gilbert & Sullivan Austin presents an original production of a delightfully twisted fairy fable, a mash-up of selections from “Iolanthe; or, The Peer and the Peri,” starring the outstanding cast that will perform in the main production of "Iolanthe" in June. Expect romance, comedy and suspense all in one show. 2 p.m. Sunday. Free. Jewish Community Center, 7300 Hart Lane. gilbertsullivan.org/shows/.