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The Daily Plan-It: Mighty Musical Monday, Tax Assistance, and Comedy Con Queso

Good morning! And welcome to Monday. Stay dry today while you check out what's going on around town.

The District Gallery in Bearden opens at 10 a.m. and is currently featuring clay sculptures from the regional arts collective in an exhibit called "Terra Madre: Women in Clay." It'll be on display through April 18. It's free to go check it out!

At noon, the Tennessee Theatre will host Mighty Musical Monday, and bust out the MIghty Wurlitzer organ to play some tunes. It's free to attend!

Taxes are almost due! Get them done with the help of IRS-certified volunteers, who'll be on hand at Knox County CAC (2247 Western Ave) from 4 to 7 p.m. They'll be available to help low- to moderate-income earners file their taxes for free. For more info call (865) 546-3500.

This evening during the usual UT Writers in the Library time (7 p.m. at Hodges Library), the surrealism symposium will take over. A panel, including Mary Ann Caws and Mark Polizzotti, will discuss why surrealism matters. It's free to attend and open to the public!

Wrap up the night at the Well, where Comedy Con Queso Open Mic Night starts at 9. When you open a tab, you get free cheese while you listen to some local comics try to make you laugh. No cover! 21+ only.

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