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The Daily Plan-It: Farmers Market, Book Club, and HALLOWEEN STUFF

Happy Hump Day everyone! Now, behave yourselves and sit back with that second cup while you take a look at what's going on this All Hallow's Eve. And remember, live it up tonight because tomorrow is All Saints Day...And you know what that means... Anyway, here's what's going down today.

At 11 a.m., the Market Square Farmer's Market opens. Tomorrow is November, meaning you have very few chances to get to the market before it closes for the winter. So take a longer lunch (if you can) and pick up a snack.

If you have a schedule that allows, take an even longer lunch and head to the Bookaholics Book Group noon meeting at Union Avenue Books. They'll be discussing To the End of the Land by David Grossman. Stick around and find out what next month's book will be.

Trick or Treating at the Cave at Cherokee Caverns will continue tonight if you're not interested in running around the neighborhood. It starts at 5:30 and admission is $7. 

If you're definitely too big to run around with a pillowcase full of candy (ahem, 18+), head over to the Pilot Light for the annual Halloween Masquerade Show. Bands will perform Halloween cover sets. Admission is $10.

Also putting on a special Halloween show is Lil Iffy, who will be headlining tonight at 10 at the Preservation Pub, along with King Super and the Excellents, and Greater Good. If you haven't seen the wizard rapper doing what he does  best, get there. Drink a glass of water and you won't be hungover at work tomorrow. Promise.*

If you are at all a Rocky Horror Picture Show fan, you will be at the Relix Variety Theatre tonight at 10. Dress up as your favorite character with your friends. Admission is $10. 18+ only.

*We can't actually promise you won't be hungover. Drink responsibly!

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