Here's what to do in Nashville this week

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Looking for something to do this week? From a class on the use of essential oils to a rock show, here's a roundup of options to help you get social around town.

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I Am Mentally Magnificent! What's Your Emotional Wellness Plan?

From the event description:

Essential oils are one of the best tools for moving energy and shifting your emotions. When using pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils, changes can happen instantly as you apply or diffuse them. The class covers using the essential oils with The 5 Element Theory to achieve and maintain emotional harmony.  

When: Wednesday, Jan. 15, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: Natchez Trace Veterinary Services - Nashville, 6614 Tennessee 100th
Admission: Free
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Juliet Sunflower, Olivia Barton, Brennan Wedl and Jacque Jordan

From the event description:

Friends from all walks of life, come and gather for an intimate evening filled with warm sentiment and sweet melodic voices. Get ready to be hit in the feel, but in the best way possible. 

When: Wednesday, Jan. 15, 9 p.m.- midnight
Where: The Crying Wolf, 823 Woodland St.
Admission: $5
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Sips & Stanzas Presents Changing the Canon: A Discussion with NMAAM’s CEO

From the event description:

Last year we gathered, along with members of other museums in Nashville, to discuss how the city's iconic African American music history was being exhibited/preserved. It’s time to continue this conversation by discussing the impact NMAAM will have on the city and beyond. Join us as Nashville’s own Lorenzo Washington has a one-on-one conversation with our CEO, H. Beecher Hicks, III on the museum and its role in adding to the Music City narrative.

When: Thursday, Jan. 16, 6-8 p.m.
Where: Events at 624, 624 Jefferson St.
Admission: $5
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Tony MacAlpine 

From the event description:

Tony MacAlpine with Schiermann, Ambrose and Men Without Armies at the High Watt. Standing room only tickets available. 

When: Thursday, Jan. 16, 7-10 p.m.
Where: The High Watt, 1 Cannery Row
Admission: $20
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The Tenders, Sound & Shape, Floridian Slim, and Nehoda

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Also at The High Watt, The Tenders, Sound & Shape, Floridian Slim and Nehoda will perform.

When: Friday, Jan. 17, 8-11 p.m.
Where: The High Watt, 1 Cannery Row
Admission: $10
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