KEITH HARING: THE SVA YEARS (1978-1980)
Continuing exhibit at School of Visual Arts, Visual Arts Museum, 209 E. 23rd St. (betw. 2nd & 3rd Aves.), 592-2144; 6-8, free [through 6/17].
Lighthouse International's annual sale of clothing feat. brand name designers such as Calvin Klein, Armani, Bill Blass, Donna Karan, Versace & used clothing donated by "prominent" NY residents; The Lighthouse, Inc., 111 E. 59th St. (betw. Lexington & Park Aves.), 821-9300; 6-9, $100 [repeats Thurs. 8 a.m.-11 p.m., $25; Fri. & Sat. 11-6, $10].
To help restore the all night John Lennon vigil; 718-634-3894 for info.
BEAT THE GEEK
Challenge "Cybie Kid" at Sony Lincoln Sq. Theater for your chance to win wireless "intertainment" system, Cybiko; 1992 B'way (68th St.), 917-945-5775; 5 p.m., free [daily at 5 p.m., through 5/31].
COCKTAILS & CRAFTS
The Enterprise Foundation's NY Junior Board asks for donations of pencils, crayons, paintbrushes & other art supplies, benefits low-income neighborhoods such as Bed-Sty, Washington Heights & South Bronx; The Robert Miller Gallery, 526 W. 26th St. (betw. 10th & 11th Sts.), 262-9575 ext.153; 6:30-9:30, $40, $30 adv.
FLYING SOLO: OPPORTUNITIES FOR SINGLES
Meet other singles while previewing 1900: Art at the Crossroads exhibit at the Guggenheim, 92nd St. Y sponsors; 996-1100 for info; 5:45, $25.
WILLIAM GOTTLIEB, AL HIRSCHFELD
Opening reception & signing feat. jazz photographer & caricaturist, respectively; American Vision 145, 343 W. 145th St. (Edgecomb Ave.), 234-8227; 6-10, free [through 6/11].
Dinner & socializing for bisexuals & their supporters; NY Spaces, 131 W. 72nd St. (betw. B'way & Columbus Ave.), 714-7714; 6-8, call for info.
Sample sale of European designer Spring & Summer clothing & accessories, priced between $25 & $600; 495 B'way, 8th fl. (betw. Spring & Broome Sts.), 925-9700; 11-7.
SURFING FOR A CURE
Fifth annual fundraiser for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, more than 10,000 professionals in the internet, financial & entertainment field expected to attend; the Roxy, 515 W. 18th St. (betw. 10th & 11th Aves.), 689-2860; 7-12 a.m., $60, $40 adv.
ON THE ROAD: RECLAIMING OURSELVES IN RECOVERY
Sexual Compulsives Anonymous (SCA) 14th annual conference; Gay & Lesbian Community Services Center, 1 Little W. 12th St. (betw. 9th Ave. & Hudson St.), 620-7310; 5, $30 [through Sun.].
SINGLES UPBEAT SOIREE
Introductions, buffet, conversation & drinks; Penthouse at Sutton Pl. Suites, 300 E. 58th St. (betw. 1st & 2nd Aves.), 718-875-3878 res. req.; 9:30, $38 [repeats Sat.].
San Francisco photographer, Terri Loewenthal's exhibit of more than 30 "doppleganger" Polaroids, often of well-known musicians who appear to have a mirroring effect from utilizing double exposure technique, like Simon Ratcliffe (of Basement Jaxx) appears to be lighting his own cigarette; DDC Lab, 180 Orchard St. (betw. Houston & Stanton Sts.), 741-9260, 6-9, free [through 6/25].
NYC RECORD & CD COLLECTORS EXPO
New, used & collectable CDs, LPs & tapes; Embassy Ballrooms, Holiday Inn, 440 W. 57th St. (betw. 9th & 10th Aves.), 973-773-6067; 10-4, $6.
FREE SKIN CANCER SCREENINGS
Mt. Sinai Medical Center, 5th Ave. (98th St.), 241-7338; 9-2, call for info.
NYC CAMERA SHOW & SALE
New & used cameras, darkroom equipment & accessories; Embassy Ballrooms, Holiday Inn, 440 W. 57th St. (betw. 9th & 10th Aves.), 973-472-5460; 10-3, $6.
NY INTERNATIONAL TRIBAL ANTIQUE SHOW
Fifty fine art galleries & dealers participate in exhibition held at Park Ave. Armory, Park Ave. (67th St.), 747-3089; 12-7, $15 [repeats Mon. & Tues. 11-8, through 5/24].
FRIENDLY FRENCH CONVERSATION GROUP
Moderate & advanced French speakers gather to read & chat every Monday night at The Magic Carpet, 54 Carmine St. (betw. Bedford & Bleecker Sts.), 914-776-7723; 7-9, free.
GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL
Food tasting feat. more than 30 NYC restaurants incl. Junior's, benefits homeless drop-in center; Grand Central Terminal, Vanderbilt Hall, 42nd St. (Park Ave.), 239-6200 or 883-2420; 7:30 p.m.-10, $65.