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The Daily Plan-It: Tax Assistance, the Maryville College Concert Choir, and Kat Brock

Good morning! Isn't March supposed to come in like a lion and go out like a lamb? Or have they changed it to "like an angry goat?" Hope you haven't planted your victory garden yet! Check out what's going on today (indoors).

Just a reminder! There will be volunteers on hand at the Goodwill Industries of Knoxville on Kingston Pike starting at 10 a.m. today to help low- to moderate-income families file their taxes. Call (865) 588-8567 for more info. Tell your friends!

At noon in the visitor center, Drew Michael Blake (the man with three first names) will play for WDVX's Blue Plate Special with Walking for Pennies. As always, it's free to attend. So grab your lunch and go enjoy!

Have you fallen off your New Year's resolution wagon? Even if you haven't, check out Carrie Jackson's zumba class at 6 p.m. at Southside Baptist Church. It's $5 to join the class. 

The Maryville College Concert Choir will perform a homecoming concert tonight at the Clayton Center for the Arts to celebrate their return from their regional tour. The concert starts at 7:30, and will feature songs by Pepper Choplin, Pavel Tschesnokoff, John Tavener, Kurt Bestor, and Jack Halloran. It's free to attend!

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Kat Brock returns to Knoxville (after stints in Nashville and New York) and will play at the Pilot Light at 8 p.m. with Jen Rock and the Cry Babies, and Shriek Operator. It's $5 to get in. 18+ only.

If you're still out and about at 10 p.m., check out Travis Niceley, who'll play at the Well at 10 p.m. No cover! 21+ only.

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