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Saturday, June 9

Community Board 7 Pedestrian Safety Forum. Agenda: Safety along Third and Fourth avenues. PS 24 (427 38th St., at Fourth Avenue), 9 am–noon. Call (718) 935-4267.

Monday, June 11

Carroll Gardens Neighborhood Association. 106 First Pl. (between Court and Smith streets), 7:30 pm. Call (718) 858-4699.

Tuesday, June 12

Dyker Heights Civic Association. St. Philip’s Church Hall (11th Avenue at 80th Street), 8 pm. Call (718) 748-1797 for info.

Fifth Avenue BID Steering Committee and Park Slope Fifth Avenue Merchants Association weekly meeting. Call (718) 871-8340 for meeting time and location.

72nd Precinct Community Council. Mariem Heim Center (4520 Fourth Ave., at 45th Street), 7:30 pm. Call (718) 965-6311.

Wednesday, June 13

Community Board 2 full board. Brown Memorial Baptist Church (52 Gates Ave., between Waverly and Washington avenues), 6 pm. Call (718) 596-5410.

Thursday, June 14

Community Board 11 full board. Holy Family Home (1740 84th St., between 17th and New Utrecht avenues), 7:30 pm. Call (718) 266-8800.

Community Education Council District 15. MS 88 (544 Seventh Ave., between 18th and 19th streets), 7–9 pm. Call (718) 935-4267.

Brooklyn Democrats for Change. Union Church Parish House (8101 Ridge Blvd., between 80th and 81st streets), 7:30 pm. For information, go to www.brooklyndemocratsforchange.org.

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