12th Annual Wheelchair Softball Tournament. The teams consists of men, women and veterans with disabilities who compete in sports wheelchairs. Citi Field (in Flushing Meadows Corona Park), Queens.
Sunday: Summer on the Hudson: Pedal Stop with Bike New York and Bike and Roll NYC from 9a.m.–4:30 p.m. Providing rider-assistance-and information stations open to all cyclists free of charge. 71st Street Basketball Courts in Riverside Park South, Manhattan.
Washington Square Park Folk Festival on Sunday and Monday 2–8 p.m. 12 musical acts back to the heart of New York City’s legendary 1960s folk music scene. Local and national bands playing a variety of Appalachian string band music, hot jazz, bluegrass, Americana, blues, and originals by singer songwriters. Washington Square Park (in Washington Square Park), Manhattan. 5th Avenue and Washington Square North. Outdoor stage southeast of the central fountain.
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