Events for August 1, 2007

8:30 a.m. Directors of the New York City Economic Development Corporation will meet at the NYCEDC office, 110 William Street.

9 a.m. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention will host a panel discussion on the launch of a new preteen vaccine campaign at The Roosevelt Hotel, 45 East 45th Street between Madison and Vanderbilt avenues.

11 a.m. A hearing on a lawsuit against the banning of on non-wood bats in high school baseball will take place at the Daniel Patrick Moynihan US Federal Courthouse, 500 Pearl Street.

5:30 p.m. A reception celebrating the opening of "Artistic Inspirations," an exhibit of art works by artists with developmental disabilities, will be held at the Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, in Brooklyn.

6 p.m. A panel discussion on the "Revisiting Sa-I-Gu," a Korean American perspective documentary on the 1992 Los Angeles riots, will be held at the ImaginAsianTheater, 230 East 59th Street between Second and Third avenues.

7 p.m. The Soundview Healthcare Network will honor Bronx auxiliary police officers at 731 White Plains Road in the Bronx.

7 p.m. Democracy for New York City will host their monthly Linkup meeting at various locations throughout the city, including Parlour, 250 West 86th between Broadway and West End, Molly Pitcher's Saloon, 2nd Avenue and 85th Street, Kettle of Fish, 59 Christopher Street and 7th Avenue, and Ozzies, 249 Fifth Avenue in Brooklyn.

9 p.m. Chief Rabbi of Israel Yona Metzger and Comptroller William Thompson will speak at a live broadcast of Talkline with Zev Brenner at LA Carne Grill, 340 Lexington Avenue. Listen on WSNR 620 AM or watch on Channel 35.

Events for August 1, 2007