One, two, three: jazz hands.HEARFractured Fairy TalesWhat: Trek to Fishtown for the tail end of The Fringe with this warped presentation of your favorite children’s classics.Why: Better than a clean break.When: Sat., noon & 2 p.m.Where: Walking Fish Theatre, 2509 Frankford Ave. (215-427-9255). Tickets online at livearts-fringe.org.Gildon Works What: Catch the local favorites at their CD-release party featuring other heavy hitters Pattern Is Movement and Arc in Round. Why: Music to your ears.When: Sat., 9 p.m.Where: Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave. (215-739-9684). Tickets online at ticketweb.com.DONATEBooksWhat: Take a new or slightly used children’s book (grades K-8) to the DailyCandy booth at the Headhouse Farmers Market to benefit the students at the Samuel Daroff School in West Philadelphia and we’ll give you a free ecotote to take your groceries home in.Why: Reading rainbow.When: Sun., 10 a.m.-2 p.m.Where: Second St., at Lombard St.DANCESeclusiasis What: Catch DJs Plastician (UK) and Marty Party (NY) with Si Young (Plastic Little) and Ghost at a banging dubstep, hip-hop, street bass, and everything else party at 941 Theater. Why: Oh, there’s an open bar. When: Fri., 9 p.m.Where: 941 N. Front St. (215-235-1385).SEEThe Paintings of Julia DayWhat: Salsita Studio and Niki Bombshell present the edgy, mixed-media portrait work of NJ-based artist Julia Day.Why: A picture is worth a thousand words.When: Thru Oct. 31. Opening reception, Sat., 6-9 p.m.Where: 1624 South St. (267-687-6886).