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The Daily Plan-It: A Student Art Show, the Preservation Awards, and Zumba

Good morning, friends! Did everyone have fun with their shopping apps on Cyber Monday? For this thoroughly normal Tuesday (or is it?), we have a equally normal line-up of goings-on here. Enjoy!

Art fans, parents, and everyone else! The Knoxville Museum of Art is displaying the works of East Tennessee students in grades 6-12 as part of the East Tennessee Regional Student Art Exhibition. It's free to stop in and check out the work of tomorrow's Monets, Van Goghs, and maybe even...Dalis? The museum opened at 10 a.m.

This evening at 5, the Bijou Theatre will host the Knox Heritage 2012 Preservation Awards ceremony. In addition to the city and county mayors' awards, the Greystone Award, the "Fantastic Fifteen" awards for the best preservation, restoration, and continuing maintenance, and the Volunteer and Media awards, Leslie Greene Bowman, president of Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, will the be special guest of the night. The event is free!

Not really a big history fan? No biggie. Carrie Jackson will be hosting a zumba class at Southside Baptist Church tonight at 6. It's $5 to attend. 

Interested in a musical interlude? At 8 p.m., the Collies will play a free show at the Square Room.

Also at 8 is Songwriter Night at Quaker Steak and Lube. Nashville Mike will host the evening's free entertainment. You could be seeing and hearing Knoxville's next big thing!


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