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The Daily Plan-It: Drawings, Disability Council, and PSA Auditions

Good morning and happy Hump Day! Halfway through! Now get your mind out the gutters, you weirdos, and prepare for a VERY serious day. Take a look at what's going on. Then get back to work, slackers.

At 11 a.m., make a stop at the Downtown Gallery on the 100 block of Gay St. to check out the "Pencil Pushed" exhibit of drawings. If you feel inclined to see more pencil artwork, there's additional drawings from the exhibit displayed at the Ewing Gallery at UT.

At 4 p.m., the city myor's Council on Disability Issues will meet in the small assembly room of the City County Building. The agenda hasn't been posted, but you can find out more about the council here.

Think you could be in a public service announcement like Brad, Angelina, and Clooney? Prove it. Head over to the Birdhouse at 4:30 for an open casting call held by the Appalachian Community Fund. The group is looking for 20 children (ages 3-13) and 10 adults. Spanish speakers are encouraged to apply. For the script, email birdhouse.knoxville@gmail.com. 

Hey dancin' queens (of both genders)! The Emporium Center for Arts and Culture will play host to an intermediate and open level ballet class tonight at 7:30. No experience is necessary, and the first class you attend is free. The subsequent classes you take are only $5. Colleen Moore will be teaching. Go to Circle Modern Dance's website for more info.

Tonight at 9, head over to the Longbranch Saloon on the Strip and check out bands October Rage, Luminoth, Unit 48, and Ten Foot Grave. There's no cover and the show's open to the 18+ crowd.

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