Thursday, March 28
“Envisioning Green Policy”
12:30 p.m.-1:15 p.m, Pellissippi State, Hardin Valley Campus, Cafeteria Annex of the Goins Building. Free.
Pellissippi State’s Green Bag Lunch Series continues with this presentation by Kayla Stover and Anthony Stachowiak of the Green Policy Collective. Stover and Stachowiak are sociology faculty members at the University of Tennessee.
Friday, March 29
WDVX’s World Class Bluegrass Show
8 p.m., Bijou Theatre. $21.50-$26.50.
WDVX’s series of live radio broadcasts, continues with bluegrass/gospel heavy-hitters Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver and Ralph Stanley II, son of the bluegrass and old-time legend Ralph Stanley.
Saturday, March 30
Liberian and Friends African Fashion Show
8 p.m., Beck Cultural Exchange Center (1927 Dandridge Ave.). $10.
Organized by the Liberian Association of Knoxville, this second annual fashion show will feature the designs of Ivory Coast native Lillian Pidale. The event serves as a fund-raiser for the group, which assists newly immigrated young women, and it will also include African dancing, music, and food.
Sunday, March 31
The Walking Dead
8 p.m., Relix Variety Theatre (1208 N. Central St.). Free.
Those darn zombies aren’t dead yet! Join forces with other survivors to witness the final episode of the third season of AMC’s zombie series, courtesy of the Knoxville Horror Film Festival.
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