Good morning, kiddies. Busy day ahead of us. Here's how you can fill it.
At noon today, the Geof Bradfield Septet will premiere a six suite composition dedicated to Melba Liston, a trombonist/composer who died in 1999. The performance is at the Square Room and tickets are $20. Get them here.
The city council sign ordinance task force will meet today at 4 p.m. at KCDC's Broadway office for a public hearing. Find the task force's notes and mission statement here to catch up on what they've been doing since February.
The Knox County School Board will meet at 5 p.m. in the main assembly room of the City-County Building. Among the items the board will vote on is the renewal of Superintendent Jim McIntyre's contract. Check out the rest of the agenda items here.
Always been interested in stars? Planets? Science in general? Check out the Orion Astronomy Club, which meets tonight at 7 at the Grove Theater in Oak Ridge. At the meeting, Robert G. Kennedy, president of the Ultimax Group, Inc., will speak. Check out the group's website for more info.
Interested in the weird, glamorous, mysterious game of curling? You know, that game (or whatever) the Beatles try to play in "Help"? Anyway, it's an actual Olympic sport, and you can learn how to play it tonight at 8. For $10, the Great Smoky Mountains Curling Club will teach you the basics at the Ice Chalet.
Tonight at the Pilot Light, Apache Dropout, the Mutations, Daddy Don't, and DJ My Shit will take the stage at 10. Cover is $5, and you must be 18 to attend.