Events for July 12-14, 2008


9:30 a.m. Brooklyn Center for the Urban Environment offers a guided tour of Newtown Creek for $50. Fulton Ferry Landing, Old Fulton Street at the East River. For reservations call: (718) 788-8500, ext. 217.

11 a.m. Scott Stringer hosts Immigration Assistance Day event; Chinatown YMCA, 100 Hester St.

11 a.m. Eric Gioia and Nike distribute free baseball equipment; Queensbridge Park, Vernon Boulevard at 41st Avenue.

1 p.m. Nicole Paultre Bell appears at opening day of the Sean Bell Little League; Baisley Park, 150th Street and Rockaway Boulevard, Jamaica.

1 p.m. Anti-violence rally; Robert Ross Family LIFE Center, 172-17 Linden Blvd., Queens.

3:30 p.m. Mary Tyler Moore and Bernadette Peters hosts annual Broadway Barks ASPCA benefit for homeless pets; Shubert Alley, between 44th and 45th streets and Broadway and Eighth Avenue

4 p.m. Drop the Rock Campaign promotes repeal of the Rockefeller drug laws at the All-Star Basketball Tournament and Concert; West 4th Street.


9 a.m. Capo Parade, part of the 121st Annual Feast at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. Havemeyer and N. 8th Street, Williamsburg.

11 a.m. Anthony Weiner and Nydia Velazquez call for the Newtown Creek to be designated a federal Superfund site; 1205 Manhattan Ave, Greenpoint.

1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Dancing of the Giglio, Havemeyer and N. 8th, Williamsburg.


7 p.m. City Councilman Joe Addabbo and Comptroller Bill Thompson hold town hall to discuss foreclosures, increasing water bills, public safety, education and more; Woodhaven Richmond Hill Volunteer Ambulance Hall, 78-15 Jamaica Avenue.

6:30 p.m. Discussion on “Winning National Health Care: Feminism, the Election, and Possibilities for Change” sponsored by the Women’s Liberation Social Wage Committee; Law Office of Raff and Becker, 470 Park Ave, 3rd Floor North. Women only. Events for July 12-14, 2008