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The Daily Plan-It: Backpacker Mag's Get Out More Team, 'The Climate Reality Project,' and JEFF the Brotherhood

Good morning! We made it through Monday! Gold stars for everyone. Here's what's going on around town today.

At noon in the visitor center, Clark Paterson will play for WDVX's Blue Plate Special with W.B. Givens. It's free to attend! Bring your lunch!

Backpacker magazine, which has been keeping an eye on outdoor culture since the 1970's, wants you to get out more. So the magazine is sending its Get Out More team, Sheri and Randy Propster, who have thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail and the American Discovery Trail together. They'll be at Mast General Store at 6 p.m. to give beginners tips on how to get started hiking. It's free to attend. If you've been meaning to start hiking more (and taking advantage of our proximity to some beautiful mountains), you couldn't be in better hands. 

Joanne Logan, a professor of applied climatology at UT, will speak about "The Climate Reality Project" at the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church at 7 p.m. Members of the Harvey Broome Club and the Sierra Club will also be on hand to talk. It's free to attend!

It's Old City Comedy Night! Head over to Carleo's Night Club at 7 p.m. and get your giggle on.  The best part? It's free to attend! 18+ only.

The city-sponsored Jazz on the Square concert series continues tonight at 8 p.m. on Market Square. Go chill with some friends or family this evening. It's free to attend!

Nashville duo JEFF the Brotherhood are touring in support of their new album, We Are the Champions, and will make a pit stop at the Pilot Light tonight at 10. Tickets are $10. 18+ only.

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