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The Daily Plan-It: Yoga, Wildlife, and Theater Options

Good morning, friends! We're on the downward slope toward the weekend, so of course there are more things to do today. In fact, it's a pretty diverse lineup. Here's what's happening.

At 10:15 a.m., Lilly Sutton will be leading a free introduction to the Alexander Technique at the Bearden Branch Library. The technique is supposed to help people move without pain or stiffness. Check out Sutton's website or call (865) 387-7600 for more info.

If you can take an hour lunch, head over to the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church at noon for some gentle yoga and meditation. Donations are accepted. Call (865) 577-2021 or email for more info.

Today at 2 p.m., the Ijams Wildlife Program will let you see and interact with one of their non-releasable education creatures. Mamas and papas: it's only $2 to attend. If you have a free afternoon, it's a good excuse to get out! 

Tonight at 7 at the Clayton Center for the Arts (at the Hardin Valley Campus of Pellissippi State), Keith Norris will present "A Hobbit's Holiday," a retelling of Bilbo's adventures in five parts: "Drinking with Dwarves," "The Trouble with Trolls," "Matching Wits with a Monster," "Songs for Spiders," and "Dueling with Dragons." Did we mention it's a free show? Get excited. Hobbit fans, this is not to be missed!

Theater junkies, this one's for you: Theatre Knoxville Downtown will present "Absurd Person Singular," a holiday play by British playwright Alan Ayckbourne. It's running through Dec. 9. Tickets are $10-$15. Buy them here.

Looking for a free show to attend tonight? The Whiskey Sessions will be at the Well at 9 p.m. 21+ only.

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