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The Daily Plan-It: New Art, Human Rights Discussion, and Left Foot Dave

Good morning! Got that second cup of coffee ready? Good. Now check out what's going on today.

From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Birdhouse will be open. Go take a look at the exhibit "CREATEive Thinking" by local artists Reid Hartsell and Katie Parmalee. 

Then at noon, head over to the visitor center to listen to Caroline Doctorow play at WDVX's Blue Plate Special with Big Gene and Daddy Lee's Loud Pack. Free entertainment!

At 3 p.m., The Tennessee Human Rights Commission will have a roundtable discussion at the Howard J. Baker Center for Public Policy. It's free to attend and open to everyone. 

At 6:30, get to Beaver Creek Cumberland Presbyterian Church for some pilates. The class is $3 ($15/month). For more info, call (865) 622-3103 or email

The Preservation Pub is hosting the K-Town Singer/Songwriter Showdown tonight at 7. It's free to attend and check out the talent! 21+ only.

Left Foot Dave and the Magic Hats will play tonight at 9 at Roger's Place on Kingston Pike. 18+ only.

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