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The Daily Plan-It: Nate Silver's Book Discussion, Water Quality Forum, and the KSO Concertmaster Series

Happy Hump Day, friends! We're halfway through the week! Here's how you can celebrate.

At noon, book lovers and Nate Silver fans might want to mosey over to the East Tennessee History Center for Books Sandwiched In. Bill Lyons, the city's chief policy officer, will lead the discussion of Silver's book The Signal and the Noise: Why Some Predictions Fail and Others Don't. Bring your lunch!

Also at noon, the Arts and Culture Alliance's Inspiration at Lunch series will feature fiber artist Fritz Massaquoi. The discussion will take place at the Emporium Center for Arts and Culture. Don't miss it, artsy types!

The quarterly meeting of the Water Quality Forum starts today at 4 p.m. at Ijams Nature Center. The coalition that meets to discuss water includes municipalities, utilities, businesses, and nonprofits who all have an interest in keeping the area's water clean.

At 7, Remedy Coffee in the Old City will host the KSO Concertmaster Series. For $15, get the chamber music experience while you sit in a coffee shop. 

Still planning to be out and about at 10 p.m.? Head over to the Preservation Pub and check out Roots of Rebellion. Cover's $3. 21+ only.

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