The Weekly Plan-It: Feb. 21-Feb. 24

Highlights of the week ahead

Thursday, Feb. 21

“KATamorphosis 2.0” Open House

7 a.m.-noon, Knoxville Station Transit Center (301 Church Ave.)

KAT has made a number of proposed service changes, and here’s your chance to ask questions and give comments to staffers before a Feb. 28 public hearing (3 p.m. in the Main Assembly Room of the City County Building). The KAT board will vote after the public hearing. For info on the proposals, see this issue’s Citybeat, or go to

Friday, Feb. 22

Lance Owens

6 p.m., Knoxville Museum of Art. $5-$9.

The Last Illusionaire blows his sax for Alive After Five. Not bad for an 89-year-old!

Saturday, Feb. 23

Annual Seed Swap

Noon-2 p.m., CAC Beardsley Community Farm (1719 Reynolds St.). Free.

Help Beardsley Farm get ready for the planting season by putting your back into it with a little gardening. After the workday, it’ll be time for seed swapping and garden tips trading. And don’t forget the 2013 Garden Calendar, available for purchase. More info at:

Sunday, Feb. 24

Knoxville Restaurant Week

All around town. $25-$35.

The annual fund-raiser for Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee kicks off today and runs through March 1. More than 30 local restaurants will be offering three-course prix fixe meals, with $5 of each dinner going to Second Harvest. Reservations are recommended. See a list of participants and menus at

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