Events for July 19 to 21, 2008

10 a.m. C-SPAN airs a senate committee meeting hosted by Chuck Schumer and Chris Dodd on the monetary policy report.

11:30 a.m. Nydia Velazquez attends a health fair at the corner of Wyckoff Avenue and Stockholm Street, in Brooklyn.

Noon. Local residents discuss waterfront development on the Lower East Side, at the East River Park Dance Oval, between Delancey and Houston.

1 p.m. Betsy Gotbaum and health officials offer free child health screenings, in Orchard Beach, at Bruckner Boulevard and Middletown Road, in the Bronx.

4 p.m. The Long Island Progressive Coalition protests John McCain for his support of offshore oil drilling, at Corwith Windmill on Montauk Highway [contact number: (516) 749-5074.].

1 p.m. Chuck Schumer, Adrian Benepe and others celebrate the opening of the season for the Red Hook Food Vendors, at Red Hook Park, at Bay Street and Clinton Street, in Brooklyn.

6:30 p.m.
New York Young Democrats celebrate Andrew Kurzweil’s 36th birthday and wish him well as he ages out of the organization, at Heartland Brewery, 127 West 43rd Street.

11 a.m. Carolyn Maloney, Tom Duane, Dick Gottfried, Brian Kavanagh, Dan Garodnick, and school parents call for an immediate action to relieve overcrowding, outside P.S. 116, at 210 East 33rd Street,

1:30 p.m. Michael Bloomberg and Colombia Consul General Francisco Noguera speak at the launch of a free trade campaign with the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), at 23 Park Row. Events for July 19 to 21, 2008