Thursday, March 29
DART Info Meeting
5:30 p.m.-7 p.m., Community Room at the Knox County Health Department (140 Dameron Ave.)
The Knox County Disaster Animal Response Team is seeking new volunteers to help save animals that are the victims of natural disasters.
Better Building Board Meeting
3:30 p.m., Small Assembly Room of the City County Building
The War on Blight continues! Codes and fire inspectors will present photographs and testimony regarding dirty or overgrown lots, abandoned vehicles, and structural violations. Property owners also have a chance to speak, as do neighbors and neighborhood organizations.
Friday, March 30
Dead Man’s Cell Phone
7:30 p.m., Clarence Brown Lab Theatre. $5 - $15.
CBT’s production of the contemporary moral comedy by Sarah Ruhl. (Runs through April 15.)
Saturday, March 31
4th annual Spring Fling Rummage Sale
9 a.m.-1 p.m., Windsor Square Shopping Center
Featuring feature crafts, jewelry, a farmers’ market, food, and inflatables for the kids, this rummage sales will raise funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Tennessee’s one-to-one mentoring program.
Monday, April 2
Community Gardening Classes
5 p.m.-6 p.m., Beardsley Community Farm
Beardsley Community Farm is conducting a series of spring and summer gardening classes. And with global warming afoot, spring comes earlier every year, so you’d better get cracking. Tonight’s class: companion planting.
Tuesday, April 3
Hot Trio LIVE!
7 p.m., Bijou Theatre. $10.
This fund-raiser for the Joy of Music School begins with a concert featuring students and the Hot Trio, and then a screening of a documentary about the band, which consists of Tall Paul (!), Andy Wood, and Melanie Howe.