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Wednesday, Feb. 27

DUMBO Neighborhood Association. On the agenda: Protecting the new DUMBO Historic District from “inappropri­ate” development. powerHouse Arena (37 Main St., at Water Street, in DUMBO), 10:30 am. For info, e-mail dumboneighassoc@dumbo-dna.org.

Community Board 2. Youth, Education and Cultural Affairs Commitee. Long Island University (Dekalb Avenue at Flatbush Avenue Extension, in Downtown Brooklyn), 6 pm. Call (718) 596-5410 for info.

Bensonhurst West End Community Council. FIAO Beacon Center at IS 96 (99 Ave. P, at West 11th Street, in Bensonhurst), 8 pm. Call (718) 946-0234 for info.

Community Board 6. Parks and Recreation Committee. On the agenda: restoration of J.J. Byrne Park. Old Stone House (Fifth Avenue between Third and Fourth streets in Park Slope), 6:30 pm. Call (718) 643-3027 for info.

Thursday, Feb. 28

Brooklyn Bridge Park Workshop. Share your ideas on what should happen at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Long Island College Hospital (Atlantic Avenue at Hicks Street in Cobble Hill), 7 pm. Call (718) 852-7418 for info.

Community Board 6. Landmarks and Land-Use Committee. PAL Miccio Center (110 W. Ninth St., between Clinton and Court streets in Carroll Gardens), 6 pm. Call (718) 643-3027 for info.

Saturday, March 1

Committee to Save the Bay Ridge United Methodist Church. Weekly rally (corner of Ovington and Fourth avenues in Bay Ridge). Call (718) 748-5950 for info.

Sunday, March 2

Protect your home. State Sen. Eric Adams hosts an all-day workshop to help homeowners avoid foreclosure. Medgar Evers College (1650 Bedford Ave., between Crown and Montgomery streets in Crown Heights), noon. Call (718) 284.4700 for information.

Tuesday, March 4

76th Precinct Community Council. Monthly meeting. 76th Precinct stationhouse (191 Union St., between Henry and Hicks streets in Carroll Gardens), 7:30 pm. Call (718) 834-3211.

Community Board 2. Economic Development Committee. Long Island University (Dekalb Avenue at Flatbush Avenue Extension in Downtown Brooklyn), 6 pm. Call (718) 596-5410 for info.

Department of Education. Town hall meetings on eighth-grade promotion policy. Brooklyn Technical HS (29 Fort Greene Pl., between DeKalb Avenue and Fulton Street in Fort Greene). Call (212) 374-2425 for info.

Wednesday, March 5

Community Board 2. Health Committee. Brooklyn Hospital (Dekalb Avenue at St. Felix Street in Fort Greene), 6 pm. Call (718) 596-5410 for info.

Thursday, March 6

Park Slope Civic Council. Community forum on fighting climate change. Old First Reformed Church (Seventh Avenue and Carroll Street in Park Slope), 7 pm. Call (718) 832-8227 for info.

Friends of Carroll Park. Monthly meeting. The Park House (just east of Smith Street between Carroll and President streets in Carroll Gardens), 7:30 pm. E-mail friendsofcarrollpark@yahoo.com for info.

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