Cybersecurity, Cyberwar and the Pursuit of Global DominanceNew York Historical Society — Robert H. Smith Auditorium, 170 Central Park West
6:30 p.m $38; members, $24
David E. Sanger, Pulitzer Prize winner and chief Washington correspondent for the New York Times gives a talk about the emergence of cyber technology as weapons.
Harlem Fine Arts Show Riverside Church, 409 Riverside Dr.
6 p.m. $75
80 plus artists and galleries from the African Diaspora. Art from around the world displayed and sold.
Dancing and Singing with ViolinBloomingdale School of Music, 323 West 108th St.
7-8 p.m. Free.
Faculty artist Annette Homann presents a concert of original compositions and arrangements in a variety of styles, incorporating dance and song.
Ethics in Film- Awakenings (1990)New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 West 64th St.
7-9:15 p.m. Suggested donation, $5
Screening of film starring Robin Williams as a research physician who uses an experimental drug to “awaken” victims and Robert De Niro as his first patient. Post-film discussion led by Christ Everett.
Children’s Book and fairy tale-themed toursTour meeting place, 972 Fifth Ave.
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $35.
Two tours in Central Park include sites inspired by or featured in classic children’s books and fairy tales, like the boat pond from “Stuart Little” and stops that are “Enchanted.”.
N.Y.P.S. 2016 Winter ConcertBaruch Performing Arts Center, 55 Lexington Ave.
7:30-10:30 p.m. Suggested donation.
The program will include works by Mozart, Chopin, Schumann, Scriabin, Liszt, Messian and more, performed by members of N.Y.P.S. who are professionals in fields other than music.
Coffee on Your Corner with Senator EspaillatB’nai Jeshurun Synagogue, 257 West 88th St.
9:30-11:30 a.m. Free.
Have a cup of coffee with New York State Senator Adriano Espaillat and discuss your questions and concerns about the community. A light breakfast will be available.
Gun-orrhea, America’s Most Life-Threatening Social DiseaseNew York Society for Ethical Culture 4th, 2 West 64th St.
Led by Dr. Anne Klaeysen, this Sunday meeting explores the connection between Americans and guns and how we differ from other countries.
Lunar New Year Storytime and CraftRiverside Library, 127 Amsterdam Ave.
3:30 p.m. Free.
Celebrate the Chinese New Year of the Money with stories and crafts at the library, all ages are welcome.
Selected Short’s Too Hot for Radio: LiveSymphony Space — Leonard Nimoy Thalia, 2537 Broadway
In this two night reading event, Selected Shorts present some of their most daring fiction- pieces with the language, the gore, and uncensored scenes that kept them off the radio and comedy music duo Stuckey & Murray perform. Hosted by Aparna Nancherla, a comedian who has appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers.
Tuesday Matinees: Adrian Daurov, cello with Di Wu, pianoMerkin Concert Hall, 129 West 67th St.
2-4 p.m. $19.
Love is in the air Get a jump start on Valentine’s Day with this concert of Romantic classics. Adrian Daurov, cello with Di Wu, piano.
TravelOn2 After Work Salsa SocialHostelling International, 891 Amsterdam Ave.
6-11 p.m. $10.
A classic salsa social held in a ballroom with wooden dance and seats for socializing. Hosted by Julia Clark and DJ Ray Vega.
Book SaleSt. Agnes Library, 444 Amsterdam Ave.
Operated by volunteers, the library is selling a large selection of gently used books and multimedia for readers of all ages. Items are donated by New Yorkers and proceeds go towards the library.
Happy Ending Music and Reading SeriesSymphony Space- Peter Jay Sharp Theatre, 2537 Broadway
7:30 p.m. $30; members, $28; 30 and under, $15
Hosted and curated by Amanda Stern, the series features storytellers, writers and musicians who perform feats while musicians try to start a group sing-a-long. Performing are Amanda Filipacchi, Marcellus Hall, Samantha Hunt, Suzanne Vega and Colson Whitehead.