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The Daily Plan-It: Environmental Discussions, Cancer Support for Women, and Modern Dancing

Good morning, and happy spring! Before you know it, it'll be summer. Now take a look at what's going on today and make your plans for the vernal equinox.

At noon, Pellissippi State's Green Bag Lunch Series continues with Heather Schroeder, who will talk about "lighting the fire of conservation ethics" in the faculty/staff dining room of the Goins building on the Hardin Valley campus. It's free to attend! (And there are free cookies and drinks involved!)

Also at noon, the Books Sandwiched In series at the East Tennessee History Center continues with Jay Erksine Leutze's book Stand Up That Mountain: The Battle to Save One Small Community in the WIlderness Along the Appalachian Trail. This is also free to attend! Call (865) 215-8723 for more info.

There will be a support and networking meeting at 1:30 for women with advanced cancer at the Cancer Support Community of East Tennessee. For more info, call (865) 546-4661.

At 6 p.m., head over to the Emporium Center for Arts and Culture for an intermediate/advanced-level class on modern dance technique (led by Circle Modern Dance). Experience is recommended. The first class you take with the group is free, and $5 for each subsequent class.

Dave Conrardy, who has lost more than 200 pounds in the last five years and is known as the Raw Food Trucker, will speak tonight at 6:30 at the Westside Unitarian Universalist Church. It's $15 to attend. For more info, email

DJ Natalie will be in charge of the tunes starting at 9 p.m. at Ray's Entertainment Sports Grill. No cover! 21+ only.

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