The 222 is beginning a live-theater series with “Chapatti,” a play by Christian O’Reilly, to run from June 1 to June 11 (various times). It features Ashland veterans 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.
Healdsburg Certified Farmers’ Market once again at the West Plaza lot on Saturday, June 3, 8:30am to noon.
Wine for Sanity
National Gun Violence Awareness Day is this weekend. Local winemakers Kelly and Noah Dorrance (Reeve, BloodRoot) have organized a fundraiser among nearly 100 local wineries to donate $10 of every bottle sold on Saturday, June 3, to Everytown for Gun Safety. Details at light-catchers.org.
The new exhibit at the Healdsburg Center for the Arts, 334 Center St., opens this weekend with an artists’ reception on Saturday, June 3, from 5-7pm. The exhibit presents work by various artists on the theme of “Rhythm.” Gallery hours 11am to 5pm daily, 11am to 6pm on Friday and Saturday, closed Tuesdays.
Noche de Amor
A benefit for the Healthcare Foundation of Northern Sonoma County takes place on Saturday, June 3, from 6-10pm at the piazza of Healdsburg’s Bacchus Landing. It features performers La Doña and Mónica María, with Latin-inspired dishes and drinks from local purveyors. More information at healthcarefoundation.net/noche23.
Final weekend for the museum’s exhibit on Healdsburg Volunteers and Visionaries, from the Women’s Improvement Club to Corazon. Visiting hours 11am to 4pm, Thursday through Sunday, through June 4. No fee, donations accepted, at 221 Matheson St.
Healdsburg Community Band plays a free concert at the Gazebo in the Plaza, 1pm, Sunday June 4. Includes marches, concert band music and show tunes.
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 outdoors 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 in coming months. 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.
Tuesday at the Plaza
Certified Farmers’ Market from 9am to 12:30pm, Tuesday in the Plaza music from 6-8pm, featuring the Cosmo Alleycats, “a dance band with a vintage twist.” Both events Tuesday, June 6, at Healdsburg Plaza.
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 at 6pm at Rec Park, $8 admission, food and beverages available for purchase. Schedule and tickets at prunepackers.org.
A community workshop to discuss the City’s 2023 Local Hazard Mitigation Plan, 5-7pm on Wednesday, June 7. The open-house style workshop will include a formal 10-minute presentation at 5pm and 6pm; community members are encouraged to attend at any time during the workshop to discuss identified threats. Healdsburg Community Center, 1557 Healdsburg Ave.
HHealdsburg High School seniors graduate on Friday, June 9, in a 7pm ceremony to be held at the high school. Cloverdale seniors graduate on Thursday, June 8, 6pm at their 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.
Scheduled monthly meeting of the Planning Commission, to be held Tuesday, June 13, 6pm at City Council Chambers, 401 Grove St. Also live at healdsburg.gov/zoom at time of meeting.
Parks and Recreation
Scheduled monthly meeting of the Parks and Recreation Commission, Wednesday, June 14, 6pm at City Council Chambers, 401 Grove St. Also live at healdsburg.gov/zoom at time of meeting.
25th annual Healdsburg Jazz Festival begins Saturday, June 17, with a “Juneteenth” celebration at the Healdsburg Plaza, 2-8pm. Artists include the Charles McPherson Quintet, the Robin Hodge Williams Gospel Choir and poet Enid Pickett. Festival continues with daily events through June 25. Tickets and information at healdsburgjazz.org.
Fitch Mountain Run
Registration is still open for the annual Fitch Mountain Footrace, a 10k loop around Healdsburg’s signature peak that takes place on Sunday, June 18. The starting gun is at 8am for the 10k and a shorter in-town 3k run, both benefiting the Healdsburg Kiwanis Memorial Scholarship Fund. Registration and details at fitchmountainfootrace.org.