Wednesday, Aug. 14 Pitch Perfect musical rendition along Hudson River. Pier 1, West 70th St, Riverside Park. Free. riversideparkfund.org Thursday, Aug. 15 Hurricane Sandy benefit exhibit at Exchange Alley restaurant in East Village. Also Aug. 16 Bowling Green Greenmarket with fresh offerings from local farms. Broadway at Battery Place. 8 AM ? 5 PM. Grownyc.org. Every Tuesday and Thursday Saturday, Aug. 17 Charlie Parker Jazz Festival presents the Lee Konitz Quartet at Tompkins Square Park. 500 E 9th St. 3 ? 7 PM. Cityparksfoundation.org National Can-It-Forward Day presented by Ball® Brand home canning products, featuring chef James and cookbook author Ted Allen. Union Square Park Pavilion. 10 AM ? 2 PM. Taverns, Pirates and Prostitutes tour of 1900 New York. Repeats on weekends at 3:00 PM, Thursday at 11:00 AM. 90 minutes. $25 adult ticket. Lower Manhattan meeting spot. [caption id="attachment_66903" align="aligncenter" width="200"](http://nypress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/3rdgender_postcard_front_rgb.jpg) Sunday, Aug. 18
The 3rd Gender, new play by Peter Zachari. 1 hr 25 min. Connelly Theater. 220 E. 4th St. 212-982-3995. Fringenyc.org[/caption] Monday, Aug. 19 Entertain HIV/AIDS residents in their rooms with Gifted Hands. 61 Rivington Ave. Every Monday from 6:30PM-8:30PM on Lower East Side. Contact Namie at giftedhands.nami@gmail.com to sign up and for more information. Tuesday, Aug. 20 Last day to see Intolerance and Computer Chess at Film Forum. 209 West Houston Street. 212-727-8110 The Father's Heart needs volunteers to tutor adults in GED on Tuesday evenings from 6PM-7:30PM, or Saturday mornings from 10AM-11:30AM. Email Abbey at hfny.fathersheartged@gmail.com for more information.