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The Daily Plan-It: TVA's Archaeological Findings, Poi Spinning, and Lothar Osterburg

Good morning! We're closer to the weekend today! And there's some cool stuff going on today. Take a look.

At noon in the East Tennessee History Center, TVA project archaeologists (researchers Hunter Johnson, Ted Karpynec, Keith Little, and Travis Rael) will talk about the findings of a recent excavation downtown beneath a new parking garage site between Walnut and Locust streets. Some of the findings include the foundation of the Peter Kern House. For more info, visit the center's website or call (865) 215-8824.

From noon to 6 p.m., the Blount County Friends of the Library will have a used book sale at the library in Maryville for members. Paperback are just $1 and hardbacks are $2.50. Thursday's sale is for members only, but memberships can be purchased at the door!

Claire Metz will teach a class at 6 p.m. on the basics of Poi spinning, a New Zealand dance, at the Broadway Academy of Performing Arts and Events. It's $12 to participate.

This evening at 7:30, German-born and Brooklyn-based artist Lothar Osterburg will talk about his photogravure work at UT's Art and Architecture Building. It's free to attend! Artists, don't miss it!

Tonight at 10, Nox Yorc will play at the Pilot Light with Xambuca, and James Burke. Cover's $5. 18+ only.

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