Events for May 25, 2007

8:30 a.m. Bronx Community College will host a conference for young Black and Latino males at risk at Colston Hall, West 181st Street and University Avenue.

10 a.m. Council members James Gennaro and David Weprin will urge the city budget chief to support their plan to kill the water tax during a joint committee hearing at City Hall.

11 a.m. The Parks Department will announce the opening of Rockaway Beach at Beach 108 Street and Shore Front Parkway in Rockaway Park, Queens.

11 a.m. Sen. Serphin Maltese will host a Senior Health Awareness Expo at Le Cordon Bleu, 96-01 Jamaica Avenue, in Woodhaven, Queens.

Noon. NYC Department for the Aging's Intergenerational Work Study Program will celebrate their 20th anniversary at the NYU Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South.

Noon. Anti-death penalty advocates will denounce the wrongful re-imprisonment of former death row prisoner and community advocate Lawrence Hayes at the Brooklyn Department of Parole, 14 DeKalb Avenue, in Brooklyn.

Noon. Navy veterans who served on the Intrepid will present a commemorative flag to the Soldiers', Sailors, Marines', Coast Guard and Airmen's Club at 283 Lexington Avenue between 36th and 37th streets.

Noon. Bronx teens will construct a rooftop garden to raise awareness of global warming at The Bronx Pride Community Center, 448 East 149th Street.

3:15 p.m. Representative Jose Serrano and Ground Zero workers who were featured in Michael Moore's new documentary and are now being investigated by U.S. Treasury Department for traveling to Cuba will make public statements at Rep. Serrano's office, 788 Southern Boulevard, in the Bronx.

6 p.m. A candlelight vigil for police shooting victim Fermin Arzu will be held at Westchester Avenue and Hewitt Place in the Longwood section of the Bronx.