Planned events for the mayoral candidates, according to the campaigns and organizations they are affiliated with. Times are listed as scheduled but frequently change.
Joseph Burgess contributed reporting.
John A. Catsimatidis
Attends the Richmond County Fair, at Historic Richmond Town on Clarke Avenue, Staten Island.
Bill de Blasio
Addresses the congregation of Linden Seventh-day Adventist Church, in Jamaica, Queens.
Addresses the congregation of Queensboro Temple of Seventh-day Adventists Church, in Queens Village, Queens.
Greets residents of Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village, on 16th Street and First Avenue in Manhattan. Bill de Blasio received the endorsement of Tenants PAC, an advocacy group that represents the residents of Stuvyesant Town, on July 29.
John C. Liu
Begins another Saturday of five-borough campaigning by joining members of Flushingâs African-American community for their annual networking breakfast at the Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel, in Flushing, Queens.
Greets residents at North Shore Towers and Country Club, in Floral Park, Queens.
Tours local businesses, stopping to shake hands at a get-out-the-vote rally, in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn.
Joins members of the Filipino American Senior Citizens Association of Queens, as they celebrate their anniversary with a dinner buffet and dance, in Woodside, Queens.
Attempts to attract Filipino-American voters at a get-out-the-vote rally at Smokey Oval Park, in Richmond Hill, Queens.
Drops in at the International Pentecostal City Missionâs 6th annual community health fair, in Brownsville, Brooklyn.
Attends the 9th annual back-to-school celebration, sponsored by the social advocacy group, A Cause, a Concern, a Solution. About 650 backpacks, filled with school supplies, resources and food will be donated at the event, in Jamaica, Queens.
Attends his third get-out-the-vote rally of the day, this time catering to Indonesian-American voters, in Flushing, Queens.
Greets voters at the Myanmar Moon Festival, in Lower Manhattan.
Attends Family Day at Tracey Towers, in the Bronx.
Attends a reception with supporters of the longtime Puerto Rican political prisoner, Oscar LÃ³pez Rivera, in Foxhurst, the Bronx.
Does another small-business tour, before heading to his fourth get-out-the-vote rally of the day, in Hillside, Queens.
Listens to Chinese folk singers perform at an autumn concert, at the Flushing High School auditorium, Queens.
Caps off the day at the Starfest Music Jam, which features performances by Meek Mill, French Montana, Fabolous and Funkmaster Flex, at the Richmond County Bank Ballpark at St. George, Staten Island.
Joseph J. Lhota
Spends the morning sharing breakfast with campaign volunteers on Staten Island, at his campaign headquarters on New Dorp Lane.
Marches in the Breezy Point Mardi Gras Parade, beginning on Oceanside Avenue in Breezy Point, Queens. He will be joined by Councilman Eric A. Ulrich, who endorsed him in March, and former Congressman Bob Turner, who endorsed him in June.
Attends a series of block parties in Queens, starting on Beach 126th Street in Belle Harbor. He will again be joined by Councilman Eric A. Ulrich.
Christine C. Quinn
Announces her intent to create clean manufacturing jobs as part of a neighborhood-based economic development plan, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Some of Ms. Quinnâs events may not be shown because the campaign declines to release her advance schedule for publication.
William C. Thompson Jr.
Hands out school supplies with State Senator JosÃ© Peralta, who has supported Mr. Thompsonâs bid for mayor since 2009, in Corona, Queens.
Watches hundreds of children dance and flaunt colorful costumes from Kingston Avenue to the Brooklyn Museum grounds during the West Indian Childrenâs Junior Carnival, in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. The event will feature musical performances and a costume contest.
Caravans with political club members of the Northern Manhattan Democrats for Change, including State Senator Adriano Espaillat, CouncilmanÂ Ydanis RodrÃguez, and Assemblywoman Gabriela Rosa, in Upper Manhattan.
Caravans with members of the social advocacy group, Committee for Hispanic Advancement, in East Harlem.
Anthony D. Weiner
Tours the River Fundâs food pantry, where volunteers have gathered to help sort a large inventory of donated backpacks and school supplies for their âBack to School Dayâ event, in Richmond Hill, Queens.
Greets voters at the Ridgewood Youthmarket, on Myrtle Avenue in Ridgewood, Queens.
Greets voters on Arthur Avenue and East 184th Street, in Belmont, the Bronx.
Speaks at a community lunch and school supply drive hosted by Youth Leaders on the Move, an organization looking to help young people strive for higher education, at Tracey Towers in the Bronx.
Continues his Keys to the City Tour with a news conference, where he announces a plan to trim education costs by issuing an electronic book reader to every student, outside Tracey Towers in the Bronx.
Sal F. Albanese
Greets baseball fans outside MCU Park, as they file into the stadium to watch the Brooklyn Cyclones face off against the Aberdeen IronBirds, in Coney Island, Brooklyn.
Strolls with voters past sausages, zeppoli and Italian-style octopus along the 100-vendor stretch at the 70th annual Festa di Santa Rosalia in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. The 10-day street fair, which narrowly escaped cancellation this year, will continue through the weekend.
Adolfo CarriÃ³n Jr.
Tours small businesses and meets with local small-business owners, on Roosevelt Avenue in Queens.
Attends the Festival de la Calle street festival, on 6th Street and Avenue D in Alphabet City.
Attends a block party with the MS Houses Tenant Association, on 129thÂ Street and Lexington Avenue, in Harlem.