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Tuesday, April 8

DUMBO Neighborhood Association. On the agenda: How to get fresh veggies through a Community Supported Agriculture group. 50 Jay St. (between Water and Plymouth streets in DUMBO), 7:30 pm. For info, e-mail karen@dumbo-dna.org.

Wednesday, April 9

Community Board 2. Full board meeting. Long Island University. (1 University Plz. between Flatbush and DeKalb avenues, in Downtown Brooklyn), 6 pm. Call (718) 596-5410.

Landmarks Preservation Commission. Forum on landmarking Prospect Heights. PS 9 (80 Underhill Ave., between St. Marks Avenue and Bergen Street in Prospect Heights), 7 pm. Call (718) 783-6411 or (646) 371-5833 for info.

90th Precinct Community Council. Monthly meeting. 30 Montrose Ave. (between Union Avenue and Lorimer Street in Williamsburg), 7:30 pm. Call (718) 963-5309 for info.

Thursday, April 10

PS 8 auction. Bid on everything from baking lessons at Almondine to a Fire Island vacation home — and it all benefits the kids. Plymouth Church (75 Hicks St., between Orange and Cranberry streets), 7 pm. Tickets are $50 (in advance) and $75 at the door, and include wine and hors d’oeuvres. Visit www.ps8pta.org for info.

Saturday, April 12

68th Precinct Youth Council. Baseball opening day ceremony and parade. Xaverian High School (71st Street and Shore Road), 10 am. Call (347) 408-7923 for info.

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