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Saturday, Oct. 27

Peace rally and march across the Brooklyn Bridge. Meet at the plaza in front of Borough Hall (Joralemon Street between Court and Adams streets), 10 am. Call (718) 564-4514 for info.

Electronic equipment recycling. Poly Prep Country Day School (Seventh Avenue between 92nd and 93rd streets), 10 am–4 pm. Call Shelley Ruchti at (718) 836-9800 x3230 for info.

Sunday, Oct. 28

Electronic recycling. See Saturday, Oct. 27

Monday, Oct. 29

Electronic recycling. See Saturday, Oct. 27. Hours: 4–7 pm.

Tuesday, Oct. 30

Landmarks Preservation Commission. On the agenda: DUMBO landmarking. Landmarks Preservation Commission (1 Center St., at Chambers Street, in Manhattan), 9 am. Call (212) 669-7925 for information.

78th Precinct Community Council. Monthly meeting. 78th Precinct stationhouse (65 Sixth Ave., at Bergen Street), 7:30 pm. Call (718) 636-6410 for information.

Thursday, Nov. 1

Friends of Carroll Park. Monthly meeting. The Park House (at Smith and Carroll Streets), 7:30 pm. E-mail for info.

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