Good morning, kids. Hope you all didn't get too wild at Metro Fest and waste all your energy for today. Oh, you did? Huh. Ok, then, here's a pretty relaxed day to start off the week.
At 9 a.m. the Frank H. McClung Museum opens. Go see the "Zen Buddhism and the Arts of Japan" exhibit to start the day off right. If you meditate for longer than a minute at a time, though, you might want to take that elsewhere. The museum is open till 5, and it's free to get in.
Take your brown bag over to the visitor center at noon and listen to Kelli Johnson for WDVX's Blue Plate Special while you eat. You may not be able to buy lunch there anymore, but drinks are still available.
Looking for an acting gig? Good, because Pellissippi State Community College's WordPlayers are looking for you! The acting group is holding auditions for their Christmas play The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. Everyone ages 7 and up are welcome to try out tonight at 6. Check out the group's website for more info, or call (865)-539-2490.
Medical and legal experts and parents will be on hand to discuss the diagnosis and treatment of dislexia tonight at 6:30 at Sequoyah Hills Presbyterian Church. The meeting is sponsored by the Tennessee Branch of the International Dyslexia Association. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Why not wind down the evening with at the Well for free cheese and comedy night? Anyone who starts a tab gets free cheese. Um, yes! The stand-up/improv/open mic night starts at 9, and cover is free. For the 21+ crowd only.