WAYNE'S TRAIN: Four-year-old Warner Harrington watches a quarter-inch model train built by Wayne Padd as it circles through an imaginary winter Healdsburg. The annual toy train will be on display until Jan. 8, 2023, at the Healdsburg Museum. (Photo by Christian Kallen)

City offices will reopen on Monday, Jan. 2, 2023.

Healdsburg Museum: Vintage wooden toys and Wayne Padd’s model train on display through Jan. 8, along with “Stories Behind the Structures,” a local architecture exhibit. Open 11am-4pm, Wednesdays through Sundays (Closed New Year’s Day). 

Fellow Pynins: “Dad Country” performance by contemporary folk duo Fellow Pynins, in the Lounge at Little Saint, Thursday Jan. 5, 5:30pm, 25 North St.

AFTERLIFE Kim Hunter and David Niven contemplate the afterlife in the 1946 fantasy, ‘A Matter of LIfe and Death,’ playing Jan. 5 at The 222, Healdsburg. (Courtesy Eleanor Nichols)

‘A Matter of Life and Death’: Existential fantasy from directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, with David Niven and Kim Hunter. Thursday, Jan. 5, 7pm at The 222;  tickets $15 at the222.org. Screening at Paul Mahder Gallery, 222 Healdsburg Ave.

Mojo Music: Johnny Mojo and Friends, featuring Joe Craven. $15, Saturday, Jan. 7, 9pm-midnight at Elephant in the Room, 177A Healdsburg Ave.

Artists Reception: Healdsburg Center for the Arts exhibit, “Blue,” runs through the month. On Saturday, Jan. 7, reception for the artists from 5-7pm, 334 Center St. 

Planning Commission: Scheduled meeting Tuesday, Jan. 10, 6pm at City Council Chambers, 401 Grove St.

Blood Donation: Annual blood drive on Wednesday, Jan. 11, at Healdsburg Fire Department, 601 Healdsburg Ave. Pre-schedule donation, 1:30-6:30pm. 

Winter Wine Weekend: Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 14-15, 30th Anniversary Winter Tasting event along the Wine Road. $95 Weekend, $75 Sunday Only, $10 designated drivers (no Saturday Only ticket available). A detailed program to be available at wineroad.com.

‘Cesar Died Today’: Original play by Gabriel Fraire and John Fraire. Thursday-Sunday, Jan. 19-22, various times. Tickets $25, students $10, at the Raven Performing Arts Theatre, 115 North St. 

Comedy Night: Return of laughs at Coyote Sonoma, Saturday, Jan. 21, 7-9pm. No reservations, first come, first seated. Details to follow at coyotesonoma.com; 44F Mill St.

City Council: Regular Monday meeting, Jan. 23.  6pm at City Council Chambers, 401 Grove St., or one may watch on facebook.com/cityofhealdsburg.Blues at the Raven: English blues guitarist Matt Schofield, Thursday, Jan. 27, $25 and $40. Raven Theatre, 115 North St., 7:30pm.

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