RAIN OR SHINE Cloverdale's 132nd annual Citrus Fair is ongoing this weekend, until Feb. 19.

Joni Situation
Kate Foley-Beining sings the songs of Joni Mitchell, with a three-piece backing group including Christian Foley-Beining on guitar, Tom Hayashi on drums and Tom Shader, bass. Thursday, Feb. 15, 5-8pm at Furthermore Wines, 328 Healdsburg Ave.

Taos Cowboy
Max Gomes will play his Western cosmic cowboy songs on Thursday, Feb. 15, previewing his forthcoming album, Memory Mountain, on the Second Story stage starting at 7pm. Little Saint, 25 North St.

Citrus Fair
The 132nd (!) Cloverdale Citrus Fair starts Friday, Feb. 16 and runs through the weekend, ending Monday, Feb. 19. Lots of rides, events and booths showing off the charms Sonoma County’s northernmost town. True to form, it’s raining, but there are plenty of indoor attractions. Visit cloverdalecitrusfair.org/ for tickets and details.

Filipino Food
Dinna Villacorta Eisenhart, author of In My Kusina, will hold a talk, signing and tasting of her Filipino food at the Healdsburg Museum on Friday, Feb. 16, starting at 6pm.

Trash Talk
In Barndiva’s “Conversations Worth Having” series, four speakers will discuss alternatives to single-use plastics. Friday, Feb. 16, 4-6pm, $46 ticket includes clay cup and cocktails, with dinner included $150. 231 Center St.

Latin Dance Music
The Sonoma County band Batacha plays a variety of Latin music with an emphasis on dance rhythms. Friday, Feb. 16, starts at 8pm. Tickets $15 at the door. Coyote Sonoma, 44f Mill St.

Year of the Dragon
The City of Healdsburg has canceled their Lunar New Year this year, formerly scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 17.

Wild Side
Artist’s reception for Linda Chambliss’ “A Brush with the Wild Side” on Saturday, Feb. 17, 11am to 5pm. The exhibit will continue until Feb. 29. Rena Charles Gallery, 439 Healdsburg Ave.

Cocktail Hour Jazz
The Mortone Trio with Doug Morton (piano and trumpet), Josh Fossgreen (bass), Tom Hayashi (drums) play Saturday, Feb. 17, 6-9pm. It’s at the Spirit Bar, Hotel Healdsburg, 25 Matheson St.

Silent Classics
Two of Buster Keaton’s silent-era films, including the classic College (1927) and One Week (1920), will screen at The 222 on Saturday, Feb. 17, accompanied by a live musical score by Bay Area pianist/composer Stephen Prutsma, performed by the Telegraph Quartet. Tickets $35-$75, show starts at 7pm, 222 Healdsburg Ave., the222.org.  

Organ Concert
Seattle pipe organist Henry Lebedinsky performs a concert of organ classics on Sunday, Feb. 18, playing music created by Black musicians. The concert begins at 5pm, free. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 209 Matheson St.

Holiday Closures
In recognition of President’s Day, City of Healdsburg offices, schools and other businesses will be closed on Monday, Feb. 19. (City offices also closed on Friday, Feb. 16, for a four-day city holiday.)

City Council
The Healdsburg City Council will hold its second meeting this month on Tuesday, Feb. 20, the day following the holiday. Meetings begin at 6pm, in the Council Chambers, 401 Grove St.

Sonoma Landscapes
Realist painter Christopher Leith Evans opens his new gallery at  316 Center St. with an exhibit of “Big Landscapes of Sonoma County” starting Monday, Feb. 19; the opening reception is  Thursday, Feb. 22, from 5 to 8pm. christopherleithevans.com.

Restaurant Week
From Feb. 19 through Feb. 25, 18 local restaurants—14 in Healdsburg and four in Windsor—will offer special menus and discounts. See story this issue, page 3.

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