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The Daily Plan-It: Casey Driessen, Job Application Help, and Count This Penny

Good morning and welcome to the week. There is no tour guide, sorry. But we do have some suggestions for activities today. Check 'em out.

At 10 a.m., the McClung Museum will have a "Stroller Tour," a free tour of the museum's fossils and geological artifacts for parents and caregivers with little ones. It's free, but you are asked to register. Do so here! And check out upcoming tours of different parts of the museum.

Virtuoso fiddler Casey Driessen will play at noon in the visitor center for WDVX's Blue Plate Special with Pine Barons. The show is free, and not one to be missed!

Need some help figuring out job applications? Starting at 1 p.m., reference librarians at Lawson McGhee Library will be available to assist in any step of the job application process for free. 

After work, head over to the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church at 5:30 for some gentle yoga and meditation. Donations will be accepted. For more info call (865) 577-2021 or email yogaway

At 7 p.m., Oak Ridge natives Allen and Amanda Rigell, who are now based in Wisconsin, will perform for WDVX's Tennessee Shines as Count This Penny. Tickets to the show are $10, and can be bought at the Blue Plate Special show, or at the doors of the visitor center, which open at 6 p.m. 

And if you missed Casey Driessen this afternoon, he'll play another free show at Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria with Jason Day, Daniel Kimbro, Chad Melton, and Mike Seal. 18+ only.

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