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The Daily Plan-It: Art, Yoga, and Guy Marshall

Good morning! Did everyone get their Thanksgiving shopping done? It seems insane to shop for ONE meal a week in advance, but seriously--the stores are already running low on poultry seasoning. Anyway, if you've already done your homework, there's plenty going on tonight to keep you entertained before the relatives arrive. 

If the relatives are already here, direct them to the Emporium Center for Arts and Culture. The gallery opens and 9 a.m. and it's free to go look at all the new exhibits up this months. One exhibit not to miss is Jean Hess' "Place," which are collages of square paintings. It's like a big Instagram. Except, you know, painted. 

Ted Olson will be playing at today's Blue Plate Special at the visitor center. Remember, there's no charge to go sit, eat your lunch, and listen to the performance. Plus sodas are on sale there.

At 5:30 the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church will host a free gentle yoga and meditation class (though donations are accepted). Call (864) 577-2021 or email for more info. 

Tonight at 7 on WDVX's broadcast, Guy Marshall will perform with his band, and novelist David Madden will read from his latest book London Bridge in Plague and Fire. Tickets to see them in the studio are $10-$15. Buy them here.

If you've got the munchies after all that, head over to the Well at 9 p.m., where it's free cheese night. Open a tab, you get free cheese. And while you eat, listen to some amateur stand-up comics. You could be listening to Comedy Central's next big thing. No cover. 21+ only.

Former Christian rocker David Bazan will take the stage at the Pilot Light at 10 p.m. Bazan's just released his follow-up album to the record that officially separated him from the Christian rock movement. Tickets are $12, 18+ only. Buy them here.

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