9:30 a.m. The New York Stock Exchange will ring opening bell on the steps of Federal Hall, the location of the first inauguration. At 11:30 a.m., the inauguration will be broadcast live via satellite on a Jumbo-tron screen in front of the exchange, snacks will be provided.
10 a.m. The DL21C host an Inauguration Viewing Party with "special guests and dozens of big-screens" at the Tonic Lounge Times Square, 727 Seventh Avenue and 49th Street.
10:30 a.m. An Inauguration screening will be held at Trinity Church in lower Manhattan, Broadway and Wall Streets.
10:30 a.m. The Doe Fund's Harlem Center for Opportunity hosts an inauguration viewing at 2960 Frederick Douglass Boulevard.
11 a.m. Columbia University students, faculty and staff watch Columbia University alum, Barack Obama's inauguration on a large video screen. At Low Library Plaza, Columbia University, West 116th Street and Broadway.
11 a.m. Marble Collegiate Church holds inauguration viewing on a 12-foot by 10-foot video screen at Marble Collegiate Church, 29th Street and Fifth Avenue.
11 a.m. Flushing celebrates the inauguration at Town Hall, 13735 Northern Boulevard, in Queens.
11 a.m. A "gathering" is held in Rockefeller Center Plaza to watch the inauguration. Rockefeller Center Plaza and Channel Gardens, between Fifth and Sixth Avenues and 49th and 50th streets.
11 a.m. Schools Chancellor Joel Klein will celebrate the inauguration with students at P.S. 205, 6701 20th Avenue, in Brooklyn.
11 a.m. City College of New York celebrates the inauguration "of a man who honed his community organizing skills on the C.C.N.Y. campus." In Great Hall and Shepard Hall, 160 Convent Avenue.
Noon. Middle Collegiate Church's liberty bell, which rang to announce the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the inauguration of George Washington, will ring for the inauguration of President Barack Obama. At Middle Collegiate Church, Second Avenue and Seventh Street.
12:30 p.m. City Councilman Joel Rivera and members of the Community School 211 student council will discuss the inauguration and Barack Obama's impact on the Bronx. At C.S. 211, 1919 Prospect Avenue.
6 p.m. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority hosts a public hearing on proposed fare increases and service cuts. At the Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel, Phoenix Ballroom, 135-20 39th Avenue, Queens.
11 a.m. The Long Island Progressive Coalition will hold an inauguration house party at 1020 McLean Avenue, Wantagh.
11 a.m. Students at Hempstead's Barack Obama School hold inauguration party in the school gymnasium, 176 William Street, Hempstead.
1 p.m. The Nassau County Board of Health meets at 106 Charles Lindbergh Boulevard in Uniondale.
7 p.m. The Riverhead Town Board, Riverhead Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, Architectural Review Board, and the Landmarks Preservation Committee hold a multi-board meeting in the Riverhead Town Board meeting room.
3:30 p.m. The Westchester County Board of Legislators Environment and Energy Committee will meet. In the 800 Michaelian Office Building, 148 Martine Avenue, White Plains.