*Monday, April 1, a new exhibit about the history of baseball will open at Discovery World. The exhibit, titled “Baseball – Innovations That Changed the Game,” showcases the evolution of the sport and the innovations that have advanced the game since it was invented in 1845. The exhibit, which will debut just in time for the Brewers’ Opening Day, will feature equipment and memorabilia like baseball mitts, bats, uniforms and souvenirs from the local auction and retail company MEARS. The exhibit will run through Sunday, May 19. Admission to Discovery World costs $16.95 for adults, $12.95 for children and is free for members. Discovery World is located at 500 N. Harbor Dr. in Milwaukee. For more information about the exhibit and its hours, visit www.discoveryworld.org.
*Thursday, April 4, the Legislature’s Joint Committee on Finance will hold the first of four public hearings on Gov. Scott Walker’s two-year state budget in the greater Milwaukee region. The hearing will run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Greendale High School Auditorium, 6801 Southway in Greendale. Attendees will have an opportunity to offer their thoughts to the Joint Finance Committee. For more information, visit http://legis.wisconsin.gov.
*Tuesday, April 9, the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce (MMAC) will host “Madison Night in Milwaukee” to give individuals a chance to thank public officials, community staff members and administrators who contribute to the success of Milwaukee’s business district. The event will take place at Turner Hall Restaurant, 1038 N. Fourth St. in Milwaukee, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Cost is $10. For more information, call Debra Jordan of the MMAC at 414-287-4127. To register, visit www.mmac.org.
*Wednesday, April 10, Alverno College will host the 12th annual Holocaust Remembrance Service to honor the six million Jews who died during the Holocaust and pay tribute to those who survived. The service will feature speaker Aaron Elster, who survived the Holocaust as a child. Elster will share his struggles of escaping and hiding for two years. The event, which is free and open to the public, will run from noon to 1 p.m. at the Alverno College Pitman Theater, 3431 S. 39th St. in Milwaukee. Registration is not required.
*Monday, April 15, Elite Sports Clubs will offer free yoga classes to help individuals manage the stress of tax day. The clubs’ beginning and advanced yoga classes will be open to the public. Classes will be open at Elite Sports Clubs’ five locations – Brookfield, Mequon, North Shore, West Brookfield and River Glen. Class attendees must be at least 18 years old and will need to register for classes at the front desk upon arrival and provide identification. For more information about classes, times and locations visit www.eliteclubs.com.