A lot can happen in 24 hours. Here’s a look at the notable meetings, public appearances and events that are going on in the Bay today. Did we miss something? Tell us in the comments or shoot me an email: email@example.com.
6 a.m. — Male models wearing nothing but boxers, dress shoes, socks, and ties will walk the San Francisco streets carrying signs that read "Give the Suit Off Your Back." No, it's not guerilla marketing for "Magic Mike." The models are promoting the Men's Warehouse's fifth annual National Suit Drive, which encourages people to donate gently used suits to help men who are looking for work.
Powell BART Station, Civic Center BART
Click here to find out where you can donate.
10 a.m. — Veterans will begin painting the names of 4,484 U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq on a mural in Veteran's Alley.
Shannon and Geary Streets, San Francisco
7 p.m. — Forty years ago, the national Russian and Canadian hockey teams squared off for the first time in the 1972 Summit Series. To mark the anniversary, the Russian Legends hockey team will take on the San Jose Sharks and San Jose Jr. Sharks as part of a goodwill tour.
Sharks Ice, 1500 S. 10th St., San Jose
8 p.m.—The Israel China Cultural Festival, a month of events celebrating the relationship between the two countries, ends with a two day film festival.
Great Star Theater, 630 Jackson St., San Francisco
The Bay City News Service contributed to this report