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The Daily Plan-It: Fantasy of Trees, Ed Snodderly, and Lil Iffy

Good morning everyone! Is everyone who's traveling packed? Is everyone who's staying prepared for guests? Pot luck goers, got your side dish ready to cook tonight or tomorrow morning? Great! If you've got relatives in town, there's plenty to do while you're working if you want to get them out of the house. Here's what's going on.

The Frank H. McClung Museum opens at 9 a.m. and is still featuring the "Zen Buddhism and the Arts of Japan" exhibit. It's free to go in and check out all the art.

Also opening at 9 is the Fantasy of Trees. You can check out what all will be happening at the Knoxville Convention Center here. This morning, there will be activities for Moms (and Dads!) and kiddos.Admission is $5-$10.

Circle Modern Dance is holding an intermediate/advanced modern technique class at the Emporium Center for Arts and Culture at 6 p.m. Your first class with the group is free, and subsequent classes are $5. 

Ed Snodderly, who moved from Boston to Tennessee in the '70's and opened Down Home in Johnson City, AND played on the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack, will play a FREE show at Boyd's Jig and Reel tonight at 7. 18+ only.

Lil Iffy will be at the Well tonight at 9 p.m. The show's free, and open to the 21+ crowd only. How can you pass up a chance to see the wizard rapper himself?

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