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The Daily Plan-It: Bollywood Dance Class, The Celluloid Closet, and Chris Thile

Good morning! We made it through Monday. Congratulations. Celebrate by putting a jacket on before you leave the house (yay, fall!). Now take a look at what's going on today.

The Birdhouse opens at 11 a.m., and will feature an art exhibit called "17th Street Studios: Amalgam Vol. 2," which features works by 17th Street Studios artists Ashley Addair, Jennifer Brickey, Lesley Eaton, Michael Giles, Caroline Hatfield, Carri Job, Samuel King, Sarah McFalls, John McRae, and Beth Meadows. It's free to go check out the art, which will be on display through Oct. 27.

At noon in the visitor center, the Red Wine Effect will play for WDVX's Blue Plate Special with Three Simple Rules. As always, it's free to attend. Bring your lunch!

This evening at 6, try something new at a Bollywood dance class at the Broadway Academy of Performing Arts and Events. It's $10-$15 to participate.

The LGBT History Month Film Fest continues at 7 p.m. in UT's Hodges Library with a screening of The Celluloid Closet, which examines sexual myths, attitudes toward sexuality, and sex roles as they evolved in the 20th century. It's absolutely free to attend.

Former Nickel Creek frontman and bluegrass virtuoso Chris Thile will make another stop at the Bijou Theatre tonight at 8 p.m. Tickets to his show are $24.50-$28. Buy them here.

Wrap up the night at the Preservation Pub, where STak Trio will perform at 10 p.m. There's no cover! 21+ only.

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