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The Daily Plan-It: UT Sex Week, Adam Prince, and Yom Hashoah

Good morning! How about that weather, eh? I think it's safe to say you can put away all your long-sleeved shirts and heavy jackets. And with that in mind, here's an overview of some springtime activities happening today.

The Arrowmont Artists in Residence show is still on display at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg. Artists featured in the exhibit include Ashley Gilreath, David Katz, Jason Burnett, Heather Ashworth, and Erin Castellan. Get there soon! The work is only on display through May 4. It's free to attend!

UT's Sex Week starts the day off right with an open table from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m. with the Student Health Center. Someone'll be there to answer any *ahem* burning questions (sorry). And less burning questions, too. Check out the complete schedule of events here.

Mandolin Jack will play for WDVX's Blue Plate Special at noon in the visitor center with Kevin Abernathy and the Pinklets. As always, it's free to attend. Bring your lunch!

The Amused Life Collective will have a hip-hop dance fitness class tonight at 5:30. It's $5 to drop in and take the class.

There will be a community-wide Yom Hashoah and genocide observance service tonight at 7 p.m. at Heska Amuna Synogogue to remember the Holocaust. It's free to attend and open to the community.

Also at 7 in UT's Hodges Library, author Adam Prince will read from his new story collection The Beautiful Wishes of Ugly Men. It's free to attend!

At 9, Comedy Con Queso Open Mic Night starts at the Well. Open a tab, and get free cheese while you (hopefully) giggle the night away. 21+ only. No cover.

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