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Mayoral candidates’ schedules for Sept. 7

A look at some of the campaign events planned for Saturday in Boston’s mayoral race, as provided by the candidates.

Felix G. Arroyo

10 a.m. — Knocking on doors in Brighton. Dash Cafe, 5 Henshaw St.

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2 p.m. — Lobster feed and community fund-raiser in support of the Roxbury Environmental Empowerment Project and the Haymarket People’s Fund. 42 Seaverns Ave., Jamaica Plain

2:45 p.m. — Jamaica Plain Music Festival, Pinebank Field

3:45 p.m. — Potluck of the Hobart Park Neighborhood Association. 73 Hobart St., Brighton

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5 p.m. — Dorchester community conversation. 59 Richfield St.

John F. Barros

1 p.m. — House party in South End

3 p.m. — House party in West Roxbury

7 p.m. — House party in Dorchester

Daniel Conley

9:30 a.m. — Greeting voters at Roslindale Farmers Market, Adams Park

Noon — Attending the Meet the Face Behind the Badge Basketball Tournament, Bromley Heath Courts, Columbus and Heath streets

6 p.m. —Hobart Park Neighborhood Association potluck

Rob Consalvo

9 a.m. — Team Hope Walk for Huntington’s disease. Castle Island, South Boston

10 a.m. —Ward 16 Democratic Committee’s endorsement meeting, McKeon Post, 4 Hill Top St., Dorchester

11:15 a.m. — Mattapan Community Health Center’s Health Care Revival, 249 River St.

Noon — JP Music Festival

2:30 p.m. — Eagle Hill for Rob BBQ, Saratoga Street, East Boston.

5 p.m. — Hobart Park pot luck, Brighton

6 p.m. — Ashfield Street/Peters Hill Roslindale Block Party, Roslindale

Michael P. Ross

4:30 p.m. — Hobart Park Neighborhood Association, Brighton

5:30 pm — North End house party. 58 Snow Hill St.

Bill Walczak

9:30 a.m. — Boston Heart Walk, Hatch Shell

10:30 a.m. — Ward 16 Democratic Committee reception, McKeon Post, Dorchester

11:30 a.m. — Fenway Garden Harvest Festival, the Central Meadow

12:30 p.m. — Canvassing in Savin Hill, Dorchester

5 p.m. — JP Music Festival

7 p.m. — Portuguese Festival, 303 Paris St., East Boston

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