Ethics in Film: DoubtNew York Society of Ethical Culture, 2 West 64th St. and Central Park West
7 p.m.-9:15 p.m.
Enjoy the screening of John Patrick Shanley’s film “Doubt” (2005) with Meryl Streep and Phillip Seymour Hoffman and learn about the ethics that goes into school scandals.
Films on the Green: CaramelWashington Square Park
Come watch the screen of Nadine Labaki’s “Caramel” (2007), a Lebanese film on sisterhood.
The Infinity Wings Loreto Theater, 18 Bleecker St.
7 p.m., Children/$15, adults/$30
Soul Arts Academy students collaborate with professional artists in a performance whee three dancers are transported to a parallel universe with the help of street murals.
High Line as HabitatHigh Line, with location provided via email following RSVP
8 a.m.-9 a.m., Free
Tour the High Line with horticulturist and resident wildlife expert Maryanne Stubbs. This tour will focus on how pollinators, migratory birds and other wildlife use the habitat and forage provided by the High Line’s gardens.
Chopin @ Caffe VivaldiCaffe Vivaldi, 32 Jones St., at West Fourth Street
4 p.m.-5:30 p.m., Suggested donation $20
“Chatty Pianist” or musician Emir Gamsızoğlu will play some of Frederic Chopin’s most famous pieces in this recital.
Egg Rolls and Egg Creams Festival — and Introducing EmpanadasThe Museum at Eldridge Street, Eldridge Street between Canal and Division Streets
12 p.m.-4 p.m., Free
Stop by this block party of cross cultures from both Chinese and Jewish backgrounds. Enjoy traditional foods in addition to music and arts from the Puerto Rican community neighborhood.
The Old Masters Flea Theater, 41 White St., between Broadway and Church Street
9 p.m., $15-35
This drama by Sam Marks tell the story of a frustrated man artist who deals with the sensation the results after missing a friend’s paintings.
Inside/Outside TONYC’s 2015 Legislative TheaterThe New School, Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall, 66 West 12th St., at Union Square
6 p.m., Free but must RSVP.
Check out this legislative theater festival that confronts mass incarceration and the collateral consequences of conviction.
Super Hero Canvas ArtSeward Park Library, 192 East Broadway
Collage a canvas reusing comic book strips to create a new work of art. For ages 12 to 18. Presented by Jailin Acevedo.
Fabulous Fiber ArtManhattan Municipal Office, 1 Center Street South, 19th Floor
10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Throughout the month of June, the Manhattan Borough President’s office will exhibit the quilts made by the Empire Quilt Guild.
Re-Designing WomenBaruch Performing Arts Center, 55 Lexington Ave., at 24th Street
8 p.m, $30
Check out the premiere of Jamie Morris’ parody, “Re-Designing Women,” a show that celebrates beloved sitcoms from the 1980s.
Trinity lgbt Integrity Group: Living in a BubbleTrinity Wall Street Parish Center, 2 Rector St.
Trinity Wall Street offers a supportive environment to discuss the issues, concerns and roles of LGBT people in a faith-based community.
The Scholastics Arts and Writing AwardsAnna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Gallery, Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, 2 West 13th St., at Union Square
12 p.m.-6 p.m., Free
Celebrate the top winners of the Scholastic Arts and Writing contest and check out their exhibited art and writing pieces.
Cecily Brown, “The English Garden”Maccarone, 98 Morton St between between Greenwich and Washington Streets
10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Check out Cecily Brown’s large abstract pieces. Brown’s work described as being a mix of Pollock and de Kooning, audiences are in for a treat.