Events for March 6, 2007 [UPDATED]

[Due to a mix-up, the original post listed events that took place yesterday. What follows are today’s events. Really.]

8 a.m. A discussion with Christopher Hill, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, will be held on recent progress in 6-party talks on North Korea at Japan Society, 333 E. 47th Street, between First and Second avenues.

10 a.m. The New York City Campaign Finance Board will meet at 40 Rector St., between Washington and West streets.

11 a.m. Speaker Christine Quinn and Council Members promote the Council’s Health Tomorrow campaign at the Abyssinian Baptist Church, 132 W. 138th Street, near Seventh Avenue.

11:30 a.m. Roger Toussaint and members of Transit Workers Union Local 100 hold a vigil at the arraignment of suspects arrested in a bus driver beating at Queens County Courthouse, 125-01 Queens Blvd., at 82nd Avenue.

2:15 p.m. NYC Comptroller William C. Thompson Jr. testifies at a City Council Committee on a Finance hearing on the 2008 budget at City Hall.

2:30 p.m. The Taxi Workers Alliance protests Taxi and Limousine Commission’s proposed GPS tracking of taxis, mandatory credit/debit card payments and back seat monitor to play ads at 40 Rector Street.

6 p.m. The Urban Homesteading Assistance Board will host a forum on low-income housing co-ops at 120 Wall Street, 20th Floor.

6 p.m. The Taxpayer Advocacy Panel will hold a Town Hall meeting at Brooklyn Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon Street.

6:30 p.m. The Mayor’s Office of Long Term Planning and Sustainability holds a Town Hall Conversation at Long Island University, 1 University Plaza, at DeKalb and Flatbush avenues, in Brooklyn.

7 p.m. A panel discussion on “A Convenient Lie: The Pseudo-Science Behind Global Warming” will be held at New York University’s Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South.

7 p.m. Council Member Alan Gerson holds a town hall meeting on Lower East Side rezoning at the Chasam Sopher Synagogue, 8 Clinton Street, between Stanton and Houston streets.

– Gillian Reagan