KEITH HARING APOCALYPSE
Exhibit at Dietch Projects, 75 Grand St. (betw. Wooster & Greene Sts.), 343-7300; call for times [through 12/31].
ARTISTS' PUBLICATIONS & EDITIONS FAIR
Four day fair with opening reception today at 5; Printed Matter, 77 Wooster St. (betw. Spring & Broome Sts.), 925-0325; 5-9, free [repeats Fri. & Sat. 6:10 a.m.-7 & Sun. 7:10 a.m.-4].
HONORING HEROES & HEROINES OF THE 20TH-CENTURY
One Hundred Black Men, Inc. hosts fundraiser to benefit young people & their education; NY Hilton, 1335 6th Ave. (betw. 53rd & 54th Sts.), 777-7070; 7:30, $250.
NATIONAL HORSE SHOW
Four day event feat. daily performances by trick rider Angelo Iodice; Madison Sq. Garden, 7th Ave. (betw. 33rd & 32nd Sts.), 888-MSGARDEN; 7:30 a.m., $15-$65 [repeats Fri. & Sat. at 8 a.m. & 7:30, Sun. at 6 a.m., 12 & 4:30].
More than 80 dealers display illustrated books, art prints, & more at the ninth annual print fair; Seventh Regiment Armory, Park Ave. (67th St.), 759-4469; 12-6, $12 [repeats Fri. & Sat. 12-7, Sun. 12-6].
More than 40,000 books & recordings priced at $2 & under; St. Agnes Branch Library, 444 Amsterdam Ave. (81st St.), 877-4380; 11-5, free [repeats Sat. 11-5, Sun. 12-5].
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH GROUP
Weekly meetings held near NYU; 397-0949 for info; 6.
KISS ME KATE
Theater production to benefit The Manhattan League of Helen Keller Services of the Blind programs for children, preceded by cocktails (5:15) & dinner (6:15) at Barbetta; Martin Beck Theater, 302 W. 45th St. (8th Ave.), 285-7029 for res. & info; Fri. at 8, $175-$300.
psychology discussion group
Discuss gay life with other men & women; Lesbian & Gay Community Center, One Little West 12th St. (betw. Hudson St. & 9th Ave.), 228-5153; 8, $5.
MARIE A. ROBERTS
Coney Island banner artist exhibits recent works during today's opening at Bowery Gallery, 121 Wooster St. (betw. Prince & Spring Sts.), 226-9543; 12-6, reception 5-8, free [through 11/14].
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 11/6].
WFMU FALL RECORD FAIR
Rock 'n' roll, garage, experimental, psychedelic, soul, jazz, rockabilly & more available?33s, 45s, 78s & CDs format. Videos, posters & WFMU paraphernalia also available. Live performances by The Fleshtones (Sun.. at 3) & The Hate Bombs (Sat. at 3); Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W. 18th St. (betw. 6th & 7th Aves.), www.wfmu for info; 7-11, $20 [repeats Sat. 10-8, $5 & Sun. 10-7, $5].
CONTRA and SQUARE DANCE
Beginners welcome, no partner needed, live music, wear soft-soled nonstreet shoes; Metropolitan Duane Church, 201 W. 13th St. (7th Ave.), 459-4080; 7, $11.
Parties for big, beautiful women & men, & the men & women who love them; China Cafe, 205 Pearl St. (Maiden Lane), 718-456-9119; 9-3, $20.
ISRAELI FOLK DANCING
Rikuday Dor Rishon hosts traditional dancing at Bridge for Dance, 2726 B'way (104th St.), 620-0535; 8, $5.
Dancing & romancing with food & door prizes; Club Julien, 1422 3rd Ave. (betw. 80th & 81st Sts.), 744-8581; 3:30-7, $20.
CELEBRITY SPORTS AUCTION
Yankees' manager Joe Torre along with players from the NY Giants, NY Liberty & Women's World Cup Team host auction to benefit children; Windows on the World, World Trade Center, 106th Fl., 354-2878; Mon. 6-9, $125, $100 adv.
COUNTRY LINE DANCE
Lessons & music by Pure Country & Tennessee Mountain; 121 W. 45th St. (betw. 6th Ave. & B'way), 869-4545; 6:30, $10.
FRIENDLY FRENCH CONVERSATION GROUP
Moderate & advanced French speakers gather to read & chat; 54 Carmine St. (betw. Bedford & Bleecker Sts.), 914-776-7723; 7, free.
SPIRIT OF THE PLACE
French photographer Jean-Pierre Godeaut exhibits his work at La Maison Française, 16 Washington Mews at University Pl. (betw. 8th St. & Waverly Pl.), 998-8750; 10-6, free [through 12/17].
DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP
Monthly meeting lead by Dr. Ira Laufer; Cabrini Medical Center, 227 E. 19th St., rm. 340 (betw. 2nd & 3rd Aves.), 995-7017; 5:30, free.
IS THERE LIFE AFTER HERPES?
Medical & holistic treatments discussed by Dr. Marianne Styler, followed by Q&A; Hunter School of Social Work, Hexter Lounge, 129 E. 79th St., 4th Fl., (betw. Park & Lexington Aves.), 628-9154; 7:30, $5 contrib.
MEN WHO SEW
Exhibit challenges the traditionally female dominated hobby; Elsa Mott Ives Gallery, YWCA, 610 Lexington (53rd St.), 735-9781; 11-3, free [through 2/2].