JAZZ NIGHT There’s live jazz every Saturday evening at Spirit Bar, at Healdsburg Hotel. Here, Robb Fischer anchors a trio on March 30. (Photo by Christian Kallen)

‘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 opens April 4 and plays most days through April 14, 7:30pm. At The 222 stage, 222 Healdsburg Ave. Tickets start at $45, students free, available at www.the222.org.

‘Wizard’ at the Raven
This Raven Players production of the musical The Wizard of Oz concludes its run with performances on Friday, Saturday and Sunday this week, April 5-7. Tickets $10 students, $40 adults. See schedule and ticket links at raventheater.org/event/the-wizard-of-oz. Raven Performing Arts Theater, 115 North St.

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. On April 5 the Bluebyrds fly in for the show; see the season’s schedule at hudsonstreetwineries.com/upcoming-events.

Saturday, April 6, Gail Mojo of Sly and the Family Stone, and Nick Otis, Johnny Otis’ son, on stage at Furthermore Wines, 328A Healdsburg Ave. Starts at 5pm, no cover.

Prez Jazz
Noel Jewkes, a disciple of Lester Young, a.k.a. “Prez,” will be joined by guitarist Randy Vincent and bassist Chris Amberger for a top-flight night of bebop at the Spirit Bar, from 6-9pm on Saturday, April 6. Located in the lobby of the Hotel Healdsburg, 25 Matheson St.

Dinner and a Show
The Funky Dozen take over the stage at Coyote Sonoma on Saturday, April 6, for a program of danceable favorites. Special tri-tip dinner menu available at 6pm; $55 wine club members, $70 non-member rate includes the show. Music starts at 8pm, 44F Mill St.

Spike Sikes and the Awesome Hotcakes play jump blues and swing on Sunday, April 7, at Elephant in the Room, 177A Healdsburg Ave. $10 cover, show starts at 6pm. More at elephantintheroompub.com.

Slow Wine
A discussion, book sale and signing by renowned wine writer and educator Deborah Parker Wong, national editor of the Slow Wine Guide, including a wine tasting from 6:30-8pm on Tuesday, April 9, at the Healdsburg Regional Library. 139 Piper St.

The city’s influential Planning Commission is the vanguard of public review for new and ongoing projects. It will meet Tuesday, April 9, at City Council Chambers, 401 Grove St., 6pm.

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.

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.

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.

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