LANDSCAPE 'Winter Oaks, Old Mountain Road.' and oil painting by Christopher Leith Evans will be on display among other works at his new gallery, 316 Center St.

Restaurant Week
Continuing through Sunday, Feb. 25, 19 local restaurants (14 in Healdsburg and 5 in Windsor) are offering special menus and discounts. See for details.

Sonoma Landscapes
Photographer Christopher Leith Evans just opened his new gallery at 316 Center St. with an exhibit of “Big Landscapes of Sonoma County.” An opening reception is planned for Thursday, Feb. 22, from 5-8pm.

Empowering Trio
The group Trousdale consists of Quinn D’Andrea, Georgia Greene and Lauren Jones, whose melodic and heartfelt harmonies draw inspiration from a wide array of music. They will perform an SRO show on the Second Story stage starting at 7pm on Thursday, Feb. 22. Tickets $25 at or the Little Saint, 25 North St.

Circus Gala
Enjoy knife-throwers, stage performances and a ballroom dancing show, plus sips and nibbles at the first Winter Gala fundraiser for the Raven Performing Arts Theater on Friday, Feb. 23. $100 tickets or $125 VIP, 6:30pm at 115 North St.,

Sliced White
The regular return of the Wonder Bread 5, Sonoma County’s hottest cover band, is on Friday, Feb. 23, at Coyote Sonoma, 9pm. Show $30, at 44-f Mill St.

Elephant Music
Friday, Feb. 23, finds Silas Fermoy and SPF 1985 burning up the stage at Elephant in the Room, and Lovin’ Dead the next night, Saturday. Both shows 8pm, $10 cover. 177 Healdsburg Ave.

Saturday Jazz
Brazilian jazz, American standard gems, classical and pop informs the Stephanie Ozer Trio. The Sonoma pianist is accompanied by Peter Barshay on bass and Kendrick Freeman on drums. Saturday, Feb. 24, 6-9pm, at the Spirit Bar, Hotel Healdsburg, 25 Matheson St.

Kids BHM Show
The Black History Month educator for area schools is Terrence Brewer this year, and his quintet presents a free concert at the Raven Theater on Saturday, Feb. 24, 11am to noon. 115 North St.

Salsa Saturday
Furthermore Wines, at 328-A Healdsburg Ave., has live music in the early evening hours most weekends from Thursday to Sunday. Saturday, Feb. 24, from 5-8pm, hear guitarist Chip Boaz with Greg Hester and Geoff Whyte.

BHM Experience
Healdsburg Jazz brings their annual Black History Month concert to the Raven stage on Saturday, Feb. 24, starting at 7pm. Percussion master John Santos performs with his quartet while Bay Area painter Adrian Arias creates a “live painting.” Tickets $20-$40 at

Narrative Night
A free open-mic karaoke-style reading for area writers, who are encouraged to bring an original short story that can be read in 10 minutes. Sunday, Feb. 25, 6:30pm, at The 222, 222 Healdsburg Ave.

Planning Commission
Meeting Tuesday, Feb. 27, at 6pm in City Hall Council Chamber, 401 Grove St.

‘Past Lives’
CraftWork’s Crafted Conversations returns this month with an AVFilm screening of Celine Song’s award-winning film, Past Lives, introduced by curator Mike Traina. Thursday, Feb. 29, 5:30pm at the Fireplace Lounge, Craftwork, 445 Center St.

Broadway Bootcamp
The Young at Heart Theater’s performance showcases what the students have learned during their three-month intensive program. Songs, scenes and dance numbers from Broadway musicals on Friday and Saturday, March 1-2, 7pm. Tickets at the door, $10 adults, $5 students, kids under 5 free.

TEDx Sonoma
An afternoon of intellectual speeches, lectures and inspiration under the theme “Reimagine, Reconfigure, Reconnect,” a classic TEDx sentiment. Hear what 12 thought leaders have to say, Saturday, March 2, at Sonoma Country Day School’s Jackson Auditorium, 1:30-4:30pm. Tickets $25-$75, at

Mosaic Dance
The Healdsburg Dance Collective presents its second annual “Mosaic” multi-disciplinary show, with live dance performances by UPside Dance Company, the SRJC Dance Company and a local Bachata duo. It’s Sunday, March 3, at The Raven, 115 North St. Tickets $15 children and students, $25 adults, $100 VIP at

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