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The Daily Plan-It: Walker Sisters Discussion, 'Wrens,' and Railroad Earth

Good morning! Happy hump day! Here's what's going on around town today.

At noon, historian Merikay Waldvogel will be at the East Tennessee History Center to talk about the five Walker Sisters, who remained in their Little Greenbriar house in Great Smoky Mountains National Park for decades after it opened. It's free to attend!

There's still time to do you taxes! At Knox County CAC (2247 Western Ave), IRS-certified volunteers will be on hand to help low- to moderate-income earners file their taxes for free. They'll be there from 4 to 7 p.m. 

At 6 p.m., Circle Modern Dance will have an intermediate-level modern dance class at the Emporium Center for Arts and Culture. Experience is recommended, but not required. The first class you take with the group is free, and $5 for each subsequent class. More info here.

At 7:30, catch a showing of the Clarence Brown Lab Theatre's production "Wrens," a drama from Anne V. McGravie about a group of British women during WWII. Tickets are $15. Buy them here.

Then at 8, catch New Jersey jam band Railroad Earth at the Bijou Theatre. Tickets to the show are $25. Buy them here.

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