Noon. Councilman Eric Gioia will honor a man from Woodside Queens on his 100th birthday. At the Woodside Senior Center, 50-37 Newtown Road.
Noon to 1 p.m. Protest artist Laura Gilbert will hand out color prints of her work "Bailout Bill" to Wall Street executives and their employees. At 399 Park Avenue.
12:30 p.m. Justice Will Be Served! Campaign will join women workers to protest a nail salon accused of sweatshop conditions. At 167 Amsterdam Avenue.
12:30 p.m. P.E.T.A. and Rick's Cabaret unveil "We'd Rather Go Topless Than Wear Fur" at 50 West 33rd Street.
1 p.m. City Council's committees on Transportation and Governmental Operations meet with Parks and Recreation to hold joint hearing on streets and sidewalks "damaged" by city trees. At City Hall.
3 p.m. Demos and the National Council for Research on Women host a discussion on "how women can affect the progressive agenda." At the American Express Building, 200 Vesey Street.
3:30 p.m. Black Women for Black Girls Giving Circle releases a report on the lives of black girls in New York City. At the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 515 Malcolm X Boulevard.
6 p.m. Schools Chancellor Joel Klein discusses effect of economic stimulus package on city schools. At Bethany Baptist Church, 460 Marcus Garvey Boulevard, in Brooklyn.
6 p.m. to 8 p.m. New York Women in Communications holds panel discussion "Lost in Translation: The Secret to Communicating Across Cultures and Generations Successfully"; 230 Park Avenue, South.
6 p.m. CITYarts presents evening of peace with United Nations ambassadors At The German House, 871 United Nations Plaza, First Avenue and 49th Street.
6 p.m. Councilman James Gennaro will host reception/preview of a documentary on alternative energy and Q&A session. At Queens College, LeFrak Concert Hall, Kissena Boulevard and Horace Harding Expressway, in Queens.
6:30 p.m. Community Board 13 holds public hearing on Coney Island. At Lincoln High School, 2800 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn.
12:30 p.m. Suffolk County legislators vote on a bill that would ban sale of baby bottles and toddler cups containing chemical Bisphenol-A. At 725 Veterans Memorial Highway, Hauppauge.
5:30 p.m. Long Island Women's Agenda health committee presents seminar on stress management. At the Four Points by Sheraton, 333 South Service Road, in Plainview.
7 p.m. Debate on the past, present, and future of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. At the Cold Spring Harbor Library, 95 Harbor Road, Cold Spring Harbor.
11 a.m. Citizen Action of New York join organizations representing people of color to hold a press conference and release a report finding that racial and ethnic disparities will be continued or compounded by the Executive Budget in several critical areas, including education and health care. At the L.C.A. Press Room, Legislative Office Building Room 130, Albany.
11:30 a.m. David Paterson will speak at the Medical Society of New York's annual Legislative Conference, Hart Theatre, Empire State Plaza, Albany.
11:30 a.m. State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli discusses the audit of Medicaid payments made on behalf of enrollees in other states' Medicaid programs. At the ofice o the Comptroller, 110 State Street, 15th Floor, Albany.
Noon. Education leaders, lawmakers and economists will discuss public universities' role in revitalizing New York's ailing economy at s symposium sponsored by C.U.N.Y., NYSUT, U.U.P and others. In The State Room, 142 State Street, Albany.
12:30 p.m. Physicians will rally and march before proceeding to the offices of their respective legislators to demand necessary reforms. On State Capitol steps.