The Weekly Plan-It: Thursday, June 7-Tuesday, June 12

Thursday, June 7

Jodie Manross, Laith Keilany, Sonja Spell, Ben Maney, Jack Rentfro & the Apocalypso Quartet, and Black Atticus

5:30 p.m., Preservation Pub. Free.

This meet-and-greet party for state Senate candidate Evelyn Gill features a literal ton of local music talent, which instantly makes her the most interesting contender yet. (We'll see what Sen. Becky Duncan Massey comes up with later, perhaps.)

Friday, June 8

Grandmothers Healing Haka Workshop

7-10 p.m., Gypsy Hands Healing Arts Center. Free.

Ojasvin and Iris Davis, from Aotearoa, New Zealand, lead an introduction to the traditional Maori warrior dance at a free open house.

Saturday, June 9

Bark in the Park

6-9 p.m, Market Square. Free.

Hosted by the Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley, this celebration of all things canine features vendors and games. A $10 donation enters your pooch into the doggie competitions, and $25 adds you to the Light Up the Darkness Memorial Walk.

Women's Basketball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

7 p.m, Bijou Theatre. $104.

The Class of 2012 will include Nancy Fahey, Nikki McCray, Pamela McGee, Inge Nissen, Robin Roberts, and Dawn Staley. There will also be a free autograph session at the Hall of Fame at 10 a.m. More info at

Tuesday, June 12

Alice Cooper

8 p.m., Tennessee Theatre. $45-$55.

It's Alice Freakin' Cooper—c'mon!