The 10-2-12 Square Dance Club meets Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Buck Creek Township Community Center at 5809 W. Airport Blvd. Larry Cole will be calling the square dances, and Bonnie Lawrence will be calling the round dances. Admission is $6. Call Charles Hibner at 317-891-9689 for more information.

The Hilbert Conservatory has been transformed into a tropical paradise to bring you “Butterfly Kaleidoscope,” butterflies, up close and personal. More than 40 different species, such as the blue morpho, monarch and great owl butterfly fly freely and might even land on visitors. New butterflies are released each day. Contact the Indianapolis Zoo at indianapoliszoo.com for scheduled butterfly release times and ticket information. This exhibit, sponsored by Citizens Energy Group, runs now through Labor Day.

The Buck Creek Players presents “A Few Good Men,” opening this weekend and running through April 5 at the Buck Creek Playhouse, 11150 Southeastern Ave. First produced on Broadway in 1989 and the inspiration behind the Academy Award-nominated film of the same name, Aaron Sorkin’s play tells the story of military lawyers at a court-martial who uncover a high-level conspiracy in the course of defending two United States Marines accused of murder. Based on actual events that took place at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in 1986, “A Few Good Men” is a courtroom drama that investigates both the nature of our military mentality and the Marine code of honor. For more information, visit buckcreekplayers.com or call 317-862-2270.

Things that come in pairs: peanuts and baseball, hot dogs and fireworks, popcorn and movies, and now beer and ballet. The Ballet Theatre of Indiana and Sun King Brewing are teaming up to present “Beer & Ballet,” a night of contemporary and classical ballet performances served with locally brewed suds. The evening will include new contemporary works by BTI artistic directors Stirling and Sabrina Matheson, a piece by guest choreographer Cole Companion and excerpts from “Le Corsaire.” Tickets are $20 or $15 for students and seniors. Balletomanes younger than 21 are welcome to attend. Visit btindiana.org for more information.