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Saturday, May 31

Rally to protest the closing of Key Food. Key Food (9408 Third Ave., at 94th Street in Bay Ridge), 11 am. Call (718) 238-6044 for info.

People’s Accountable Development Summit. On the agenda: An all-day “dialogue” about large developments, rezonings and other land use changes. PS 282 (180 Sixth Ave., between Lincoln and Berkeley places in Park Slope), 9 am. Call (718) 237-2017 X148 for info.

Monday, June 2

Town hall meeting for veterans. On the agenda: Rep. Yvette Clarke hosts a forum to discuss the needs of veterans. Old First Reformed Church (729 Carroll St., at Seventh Avenue in Park Slope), 6:30 pm. Call (202) 287-1142 for info.

Community Board 2 Land Use committee. Brooklyn Borough Hall, (209 Joralemon St., between Court and Adams streets, Downtown), 6 pm. Call (718) 596-5410 for info.

Tuesday, June 3

Boerum Hill Association general meeting. Bishop Mugavero Center (155 Dean St., between Hoyt and Bond streets in Boerum Hill), 7 pm. Call (718) 928-2425 for info.

76th Precinct Community Council. Monthly meeting. Gowanus Community Center, 420 Baltic St., between Bond and Hoyt streets in Carroll Gardens), 7:30 pm. Call (718) 834-3211.

Community Board 2. Economic Development and Job Creation committee. Long Island University (DeKalb Avenue at Flatbush Avenue Extension in Downtown), 6 pm. Call (718)-596-5410 for info.

Wednesday, June 4

Community Board 2. Health, Environment, and Social Services committee. Brooklyn Hospital (121 DeKalb Ave., at Saint Felix Street in Fort Greene), 6 pm. Call (718) 643-3027 for info.

Thursday, June 5

Friends of Carroll Park. Monthly meeting. The Park House (closer to Smith Street side of park), 7:30 pm. For info, e-mail

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