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The Daily Plan-It: Zen Art, Tennessee Whitewater Paddling, and the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra

Good morning! Who found it difficult to get out of bed this morning? That's OK--there's plenty going on to motivate you. Here's what's on the calendar.

At 9 a.m. the Frank H. McClung Museum opens. Get some perspective and inner peace while you check out the "Zen Buddhism and the Arts of Japan." That'll make all your worries disappear (maybe).

At noon, brown bag it (or stop and pick something up) and head over to the visitor center to listen to Kalispell with Jack Williams on your lunch hour. There are still drinks for sale at lunchtime, don't forget.

Tonight at 7, kayaker Kirk Eddlemon will give a talk called "Wilderness Whitewater Paddling in East Tennessee" at the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church. Get your fill of chatting about whitewater--a subject that gets way more attention in the West--right here. 

The Knoxville Jazz Orchestra and Ken Peplowski will be playing some Benny Goodman hits (and more) tonight at the Bijou Theatre at 8. 

At 9 p.m., Lost in the Trees with Midtown Dickens will take the stage at the Pilot Light. Tickets are $10--buy them here.18+ only.

At 10, the Blackfoot Gypsies will play a free show at the Preservation Pub. 21+ only.

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