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The Daily Plan-It: Banff Mountain Film Fest, Gabriel Kelley, and Jamaican Queens

Good morning! Is everyone awake? Got your coffee ready at least? Close enough. Prop those eyelids open and take a look at what's going on today.

At 11 a.m. in the Downtown Gallery, the Dogwood Arts Festival's annual sculpture and 3D art show--this year called Nexus 2012--will be on display through April 6. So get there soon! It's free to go check out the exhibit!

At noon in the visitor center, Lost Indian will play for WDVX's Blue Plate Special with the Judy Chops. It's free to attend, so grab your lunch and head down there!

It's Job Help Monday again at Lawson McGhee Library downtown. Reference librarians will be available starting at 1 p.m. to help anyone navigate the job application process. It's absolutely free and open to everyone!

It may be snowing today, but it's officially spring, and Beardsley Community Farm is hosting a companion planting/pest control class today at 5 p.m. It's free to attend!

Tonight at 7, the Bijou Theatre will screen selected films from the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour. Tickets are $15. Buy them here.

Nashville singer/songwriter Gabriel Kelley will play tonight at 7 for WDVX's Tennessee Shines series. Tickets to see him perform live are $10. Buy them at the door or at the visitor center during the Blue Plate Special.

Detroit's elctro-pop duo Jamaican Queens released its debut album Wormwood earlier this month, and will play at the Pilot Light tonight at 10. It's $5 to get in. 18+ only.

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