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The Daily Plan-It: Farmers' Market, John Currance, and Dolly Parton

Good morning, and happy hump day! We're already halfway through the week! (Gotta love those long weekends.) Take a look at what's going on around town today.

From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., you'll be able to go pick up some fresh food for dinner (or, hey, maybe just a pastry). 

James Beard-winning chef John Currance will be on hand at Union Ave Books to sign copies of his latest cookbook, Pickles, Pigs and Whiskey: Recipes From My Three Favorite Groups and Then Some, starting at 5 p.m. If you miss him there, Currance will head over to the Public House at 6:30 (until about 8:30) for some more book signing, as well as some food and drink tasting. (Must be 18+ to attend the Public House event.)

Knox Heritage's "Preservation and Libations" monthly happy hour for friends of historic preservation will take place at the Crown and Goose from 5:30 to 7:30. It's free to attend and go talk shop with fellow preservationists. More info here.

East Tennessee's own Dolly Parton is playing a hometown show tonight at Thompson-Boling Arena at 8 p.m. What more is there to say about Dolly? Exactly, so just go see her. She's promoting the release of her new album Blue Smoke. Tickets are $39.50-$59.50. Buy them here.

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