HAPPY SHOPPER Front Porch Farm, located on 110 riverside acres along Rio Lindo Avenue, will return to the Healdsburg Farmers’ Market this year. Stop by their booth at the first market of the season this Saturday morning in the West Plaza Parking Lot. (Photo courtesy of the Healdsburg Farmers’ Market)

Dad Country

On Thursday, April 11, hear Low Cut Connie (Adam Weiner), with Fantastic Cat. This could be a show people talk about for a while. Tickets $30, 6-10pm. The Second Story stage is upstairs at Little Saint, 25 North St.

City Offices Closed

On Friday, April 12, the City of Healdsburg closes its offices at City Hall, but work continues for public works and building inspections. To schedule a Public Works inspection call (707) 547-0556, for Building inspections call (707) 431-3346.

Barrel Room Music

Live music continues at Hudson Street Wineries on Friday afternoons, from 5-8pm. $5 cover for a danceable way to end the work week at 428 Hudson St. This Friday, April 12, the East Bay Grooveline dance band takes the stage; see the season’s schedule at hudsonstreetwineries.com/upcoming-events.

‘The Mountaintop’

A two-person drama by Katori Hall about the last day of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., entirely set in his Lorraine Motel room the evening before his assassination. It opened the weekend of April 4 and plays again this weekend, from April 12-14, 7:30pm. At The 222 stage, 222 Healdsburg Ave. Tickets start at $45, students free, available at www.the222.org.

Indie Groove

North Coast jam band Blü Egyptian plays “indie grooves” on April 12 at Elephant in the Room, 177A Healdsburg Ave. $10 cover, show starts at 8pm. More at elephantintheroompub.com.

Farmers’ Market

The Healdsburg Certified Farmers’ Market starts up again, every Saturday from April 13 to Dec. 21. Fruits and vegetables, flowers, cheeses, honey, olive oil, bread, wild fish, pasture-finished meat and fresh eggs from local vendors. 8:30am to noon in the West Plaza Parking Lot.

Cocktail Classes

Three different mixology workshops led by seasoned Healdsburg barkeeps. First, learn 12 cocktail recipes with edible garnishes from Barndiva’s Scott Beattie, from 4-6pm on April 13 (and again on May 11). Tickets are $150. Next, learn the art of distilling and mixing at Young & Yonder Spirits, 449 Allan Ct., from 5:30-7pm on April 18. Tickets are $125. Last, a plant-focused workshop at Little Saint called “Your Drink Is Trash,” from 3-5pm on April 21. Tickets are $65.

Bar Jazz

Jazz pianist Steve Rubardt will be joined by drummer Kendrick Freedman and bassist Joel Kruzic for a night of Monk, Miles and Bill Evans at the Spirit Bar, from 6-9pm on Saturday, April 13. Located in the lobby of the Hotel Healdsburg, 25 Matheson St.

Fleetwood Tribute

Cover band Fleetwood Mask takes over the stage at Coyote Sonoma on Saturday, April 13, to relive all the hits and then some. Dino’s Greek serving food. Tickets $35, music starts at 8pm, 44F Mill St.

City Council

Next meeting of Healdsburg’s City Council is Monday, April 15, at 6pm. Agendas for all city meetings are published in advance at healdsburg.gov/543/Agendas-Minutes. Location is Council Chambers, 401 Grove St.

School Board

The Healdsburg Unified School District School Board meets on Wednesday, April 17, at 6pm in the Healdsburg City Hall Council Chambers, 401 Grove St. There is a period for public comment in every meeting.

Lumber Mixer

The Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce hosts its latest networking mixer for local movers and shakers at the new Healdsburg Lumber location,13534 Healdsburg Ave. $15 for Chamber members, $20 for non-members. Thursday, April 18, at 5pm. “Don’t forget your business cards!”

Paint & Sing

On April 18, Coyote Sonoma throws a combo “Clusterfunk” paint party and karaoke night. Materials provided; DJ on deck. Tickets $25. Paint party starts at 5pm, karaoke at 7pm.

Jazz Education

Marcus Shelby, artistic director of Healdsburg Jazz, begins a free, two-part jazz education series on the legacy of Duke Ellington. Commentary and recordings at the Healdsburg Library, 139 Piper St. First part runs from 2-3pm on Saturday, April 20; second part runs during the Healdsburg Jazz Festival, from 2-3pm on Tuesday, June 18.

Healdsburg en Blanc

The Boys & Girls Club of Sonoma-Marin hosts its third annual “Diner en Blanc” fundraising dinner at the Villa Chanticleer, 900 Chanticleer Way, at 6pm on April 20. Guests wear all-white and bid on extravagant auction items to support kids in Healdsburg and Geyserville. Tickets start at $150, available at www.bgcsonoma-marin.org/healdsburg-en-blanc.

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