Farmers’ Market Startup
On April 15, the Healdsburg Certified Farmers’ Market returns to West Plaza Parking Lot at North and Vine, and every Saturday thereafter into December, from 8:30am to noon.
Celebrate tax day on April 15 with a grunge immersion at Coyote Sonoma, where Corduroy: A Pearl Jam Experience pays tribute, and the Stone Temple Peruvians open. Wear black. $20, 8-10pm, Saturday April 15, 77 Mill St.
Two performances of the Spring Concert from Healdsburg Chorus, a community group of singers, who ask, “How Can I Keep From Singing?” Find out Saturday, April 15 at 7pm, and Sunday, April 16 at 3pm at the Raven Theater. Tickets $20. More information at healdsburgchorus.com.
Healdsburg’s City Council will meet on Monday, April 17, 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.
Rosemary Jordan, CEO of America’s first Zen-inspired senior community, will explain the program and thinking behind one of Healdsburg’s forthcoming Enzo Village. On Wednesday, April 19 at CraftWork, 455 Center St., 5:30-7:30pm. craftworkhbg.com/crafted-conversations.
Great Redwood Trail
Public meeting of the Great Redwood Trail Agency board of directors, to be held Thursday, April 20, at Healdsburg City Council Chambers, 401 Grove St., 10:30am.
Join Dorothy on the Yellow Brick Road to Oz, with her friends Scarecrow, Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion and Toto, in this musical production of The Wizard of Oz, from St. John’s Catholic School, at the Raven Performing Arts Theater. Opening night is Friday, April 21; also Saturday night and Sunday matinee, April 22-23 and April 28-30. More at Raventheater.org.
Seventh annual Healdsburg Car Show at Healdsburg High on Saturday, 9:30am-1:30pm. John Chevalier, HHS media instructor, plays classic and country rock to keep it fun. No cost, 1024 Prince St.
Climate Action Healdsburg and the City of Healdsburg combine forces to hold a Climate Fest on Earth Day, Saturday, April 22, in the Healdsburg Plaza. Interactive displays, events for grownups and kids, music and speakers from 1 to 4pm. More information at climateactionhealdsburg.org.
Stella Heath, Trevor Kinsell and Neil Fontano explore America’s musical art form at Furthermore, Saturday, April 22, 5-8pm. 328A Healdsburg Ave.
The next scheduled meeting of the Senior Citizens Advisory Commission will be Wednesday, April 26, at 4pm at City Council Chambers (401 Grove St.).
Final DEI Meeting
“Is the Dream Alive and Well in Healdsburg?” is the title of the fifth and final encuentro in Healdsburg’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion series. This meeting explores contemporary and historical experiences of the Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community in Healdsburg and Sonoma County. Thursday, April 27, 6:30pm at Healdsburg Community Center. Healdsburg.gov/dei.
The Friends of the Healdsburg Library (FoHL) is holding their spring book sale from Thursday, April 27-Saturday, April 29. Sales from book donations go to support the BiblioBike and other library projects. In the Meeting Room, Healdsburg Library, 139 Piper St., hours vary.
The Alexander Valley Film Festival throws an opening night block party on Cloverdale’s First Street, home of the Clover Theater, on Friday, April 28. Opening night film will be Blackberry, about the world’s first smartphone. Tickets $100, 5pm, 121 E. First St.
The Rowan Brothers, originally formed by the brothers Chris Rowan and Lorin Rowan, perform their tight brotherly harmonies at the Elephant in the Room on Saturday, April 29. $10 at the Elephant, 177 Healdsburg Ave., 8pm.