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The Daily Plan-It: Tax Assistance, Dogwood Arts Exhibit, and Piloxing

Good morning! Looks like we made it through Monday. Let's muddle through Tuesday together, shall we? So pour yourself a cup of coffee and take a look at what's going on today.

At 10 a.m., volunteer tax assistance will be provided at Goodwill Industries of Knoxville on Kingston Pike. Volunteers will help low- to moderate-income families file their tax returns (for free). We're down to the wire on taxes, people! The service will be provided through April 13.

Three UT MFA students will have their thesis work on display at the Ewing Gallery this week. Go stop by to see what Jessica Brooke Anderson, Ashton Ludden, and Clifton Riley have put together. The gallery opens at 10 a.m. and it's free to go in and check out the art.

Speaking of art, the Dogwood Arts Festival's 3D art show Nexus 2012 will only be on display at the Downtown Gallery through Saturday. So get there! It's free to check out the art.

Knoxville's own Cereus Bright will play for WDVX's Blue Plate Special today at noon in the visitor center with Nashville's tropical rock group the Great Barrier Reefs. As always, it's free to attend!

The Pajanimals Live show at the Tennessee Theatre starts at 6 p.m. Tickets are $29-$39. It's called "Jim Henson's Pajanimals," so how bad can it be? There's even a puppet creature named Cowbella. Get it? Cow bell-a? Find the humor in everything, people.

The Blount County Public Library will have an introductory class to Microsoft 2010 tonight at 6. The class is free to attend! For more info call (865) 273-1436.

Concord United Methodist Church in Farragut will have a "Piloxing" class--that's a mix of pilates and boxing. The class starts at 7 p.m., and it's $3 to join in.

At 8 p.m., go get your giggle on at the Well, where Einstein Simplified will perform. No cover! 21+ only.

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