The annual Healdsburg Future Farmers Twilight Parade will take place from 6 to 8pm on Thursday, May 25, as a prelude to the HFF County Fair. Route is down Matheson to Center, north on Center to Piper, north to Fitch and back toward Matheson.
Future Farmers Fair
It’s that time of year again: The Healdsburg Future Farmers Country Fair will take place at Rec Park on Thursday evening, May 25, and Friday and Saturday, May 26-27. Local students exhibit projects that they have been working on in their 4-H and FFA clubs all year. Also carnival games, food booths and more. The livestock auction begins at 4pm on Saturday.
Final weekend for Noel Coward’s theatrical family comedy Hay Fever at the Raven Performing Arts Theater, 115 North St. Performances on Friday, May 26 and Saturday, May 27 at 7:30pm, and Sunday, May 28 at 2pm. Tickets $25, students $10 at raventheater.org.
The laughs keep coming at Comedy Night at Coyote Sonoma on Friday, May 26, from 8-10. Featuring headliner Joe Klocek and opening acts from Jalisa Robinson and Ben Feldman. Tickets are $20 at the door, 44 Mill St., or $15 presale at wilsonartisanwines.com.
The saxophonist Charles Lloyd returns to Healdsburg with pianist Gerald Clayton for one show only, Saturday, May 27 at 7pm. Programmed by Jessica Felix, long a friend of Lloyd, this finale to The 222 season should sell out, regardless of the $150-$250 ticket price. Why? Because it’s Charles Lloyd! At Paul Madher Gallery, 222 Healdsburg Ave., The222.org.
Tuesday in the Plaza
First day of the city’s summer music series is Tuesday, May 30, as Club 90 takes the stage at 6pm. The series of live bands and picnicking extends until Aug. 29 from 6 to 8pm at the Healdsburg Plaza.
The 222 is beginning a live drama series with Chapatti, a play by Christian O’Reilly, to run from June 1 to June 11 (various times). It features Michael Elich and Robin Goodrin-Nordli in a two-person drama at the Paul Mahder Gallery, 222 Healdsburg Ave. Tickets and information at the222.org.
Music on the Piazza
Live music on the first Saturdays of the month at Bacchus Landing through the rest of the year starts June 3 from noon to 4pm. Wine available from the seven wineries and wood-fired pizza from The Market. 14210 Bacchus Landing Way.
Final weekend for the museum’s exhibit on Healdsburg Volunteers and Visionaries, from the Women’s Improvement Club to Corazon. Visiting hours 11am-4pm, Thursday through Sunday. No fee, donation accepted, at 221 Matheson St.
A women’s vocal ensemble with a Middle and Eastern European repertoire, Kitka performs on Sunday, June 4, 3-5pm at the Raven Performing Arts Theater, 115 North St. Tickets $30-$50 at raventheater.org.
Movies in the Plaza
Field of Dreams will screen at the Healdsburg Plaza on Sunday, June 4, at 7:30pm. It’s the first film in the AVFilms Summer Movie Series, presented at various locations. Free.
Healdsburg’s City Council will meet on Monday, June 5, for their regular twice-monthly meeting. The agenda will be posted a week before the meeting. Attend live at 401 Grove St., 6pm, or view on Facebook/CityofHealdsburg.
Prune Packers baseball begins its 2023 season on Tuesday, June 6. Last year’s California Collegiate League champion is warming up for another run at the title. Games start 6pm at Rec Park, $8 admission, food and beverages available for purchase. Schedule and tickets at prunepackers.org.
Healdsburg High School seniors graduate on Friday, June 9, in a 7pm ceremony to be held at the Rec Park athletic field. Cloverdale seniors graduate on Thursday, June 8, 6pm at the high school.
A music and wine appreciation event at West Plaza Park from BloodRoot Winery. Saturday, June 10 from noon to 7pm. Musicians from Dad Country with food, wine and beer available. Tickets $65 at the Bloodroot tasting room, 118 North St., or bloodrootwines.com/Wine/TheRamble.