9 a.m. Launch of the City Harvest-FreshDirect Buying Club; Melrose Mobile Market, New York City Housing Authority, 286 East 156th St.
11 a.m. Jayni and Chevy Chase join New York Coalition for Healthy School Food to protest state budget cuts to school meal programs; The Creative Center at Manhattan Theatre Club, 311 West 43rd St., 8th floor.
11 a.m. Transportation Security Administration launches its Self-Select Lane program; LaGuardia Airport, Delta Terminal checkpoint.
Noon. Elected officials and homeless advocates protest Department of Homeless Services plan to close men’s homeless intake center in Manhattan; City Hall Steps.
Noon. Warren Buffett lunches with winning bidders of luncheon to benefit Glide Foundation; Smith & Wollensky, upstairs bar, 797 Third Ave.
1 p.m. Supporters of Puerto Rican activists subpoenaed by a Federal Grand Jury hold press conference; City Hall Steps.
1:30 p.m. Scott Stringer and ACCION New York promote micro-lending in low-income communities; Manhattan borough president’s office, Large Conference Room, One Centre St., 19th floor.
5:30 p.m. Fund-raiser reception for Hiram Monserrate; AFCME District Council 1707, 75 Varick St., Suite 1404.
6 p.m. Brooklyn Greenway Initiative benefit; One Brooklyn Bridge Park; Call (718) 522-0193 for info.
6 p.m. Meeting of Brooklyn’s Community Board 2; Long Island University, corner of Flatbush and DeKalb.
6 p.m. Meeting of the Brooklyn Preservation Council; agenda includes the “Green Church” in Bay Ridge, the Carroll Gardens Landmark survey, and the Brooklyn Underground Railroad. Brooklyn Borough Hall.
7 p.m. Brooklyn’s Community Board 9 holds its regular meeting at Middle School 61 Auditorium, 400 Empire Blvd.
7 p.m. Brooklyn’s Community Board 12 will meet at Amico Senior Center, 5901 13th Ave.
8 p.m. Talib Kweli headlines “Rock to Save Darfur” benefit concert; B. B. King Blues Club, 237 West 42nd St.