DOUBLE THREAT The Fry Street Quartet will particpate in two events week at The 222: a Feb. 29 multimedia movie "Rising Tide: The Crossroads Project,' and a Friday, March 1 performance of classical works.

‘Past Lives’
Crafted Conversations return this month with an AVFilm discussing the what, why and when of the new Plaza Cinema Center, followed by a screening of Celine Song’s award-winning Past Lives, introduced by curator Mike Traina. Thursday, Feb. 29, 5:30pm at the Fireplace Lounge, Craftwork, 445 Center St.

String Ensemble
The Fry Quartet performs Friday night, March 1, at The 222, following their Feb. 29 climate crisis film Rising Tide at 7pm. An eclectic program is promised, from Beethoven and Shostakovich to modern composer Gabriela Lena Frank. Pre-concert discussion 7pm, music at 7:30pm, tickets $35-$75. 222 Healdsburg Ave.,

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.

Barrel Tasting
The 46th annual Barrel Tasting Weekend is Saturday-Sunday, March 2-3, at a number of wineries in the Alexander, Dry Creek and Russian River valleys. A terrific way to learn more about the barrel-aging process and to sign up for “futures” on the wine when it’s bottled. $95 both days, $75 Sunday only, $10 designated driver, tickets at

TEDx Sonoma
An afternoon of intelligent speeches, lectures and inspiration under the theme “Reimagine, Reconfigure, Reconnect,” a classic TEDx sentiment. Hear what more than 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

Caturday Movies
The New York Cat Film Festival wanders into Healdsburg on Saturday, March 2. Screenings at 2pm and 5pm at AVFilm, 375 Healdsburg Ave., Rm. 200, tickets $15.

Poyntless Sisters
The durable and popular female-fronted dance band returns to Coyote Sonoma this Saturday, March 2. Tickets $10, show at 7pm. Check out for more Coyote Den shows, 44-f Mill St.

Spirit Bar
On Saturday, March 2, the Ruth Ahlers Quartet explores the great composers of Brazil. Saxophonist Ahlers is accompanied by Ken Cook (piano), Brade Maestas (Bass) and Kendrick Freeman (drums). Free, from 6-9pm at the Spirit Bar, Hotel Healdsburg, 25 Matheson St.

VISIBLE LIGHT The UPside Dance Company, in partnership with visual artist Jake Messing, will present a live multimedia dance show called ‘Mosaic,’ at the Raven Theater on May 3.

Farmworkers Fair
A resource fair to assist local farmworkers will be held Sunday, March 3, from 1:30-4pm at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, 8400 Old Redwood Highway, Windsor.

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, 4pm at The Raven, 115 North St. Tickets $15 children and students, $25 adults, $100 VIP at

Sunday Funnies
Furthermore Wines has live music in the early evening hours most weekends from Thursday to Sunday. On the first Sunday, March 3, they welcome comedians on tour for a barrel of laughs. It’s at 328-A Healdsburg Ave., starting at 7:30pm.

City Council
The first meeting of the month for the publicly elected council to oversee the management of the City of Healdsburg. It’s Monday, March 4, starting at 6pm in City Hall Council Chamber, 401 Grove St.

Wild Men Upstairs
A quintet from New Orleans, the Deslondes present a disheveled set for Healdsburg audiences, following the opening act of Skyway Man in this unusual evening at Second Story, Thursday, March 7. Free, doors open at 6pm, show 7pm. Upstairs at the Little Saint, 25 North St.

Jazz Dinners
Healdsburg Jazz brings back their fundraising “Jazz on the Menu” benefit on Thursday, March 7. 25% of food and beverage sales go to the organization’s education programs; participating restaurants are Baci, Chalkboard, Lo & Behold, Spoonbar and Valette. From 5:30-8:30pm, live music will accompany diners. More information at

Songs Sung Blue
Neil Diamond Superstar is a nationally touring production celebrating the songs and styles of the songwriter, with Jack Wright and the Heartlight Band. It will take over the stage on Friday, March 8, at 7:30 pm. Tickets $35-$50, online or at the Raven Performing Arts Theater 115 North St.

Oscar Evening
Sunday, March 10, the Oscars will be live via simulcast from Hollywood to Healdsburg, thanks to AVFilm. They used to do this at the Clover Theater, now it’s at the Raven Performing Arts Theater, 115 North St., starting at 4pm, $15.

Upcoming at DCK
Pigs & Pinot, the annual celebration of pork and pinot noir, is always a hot ticket in the wine world. Chef Charlie Palmer oversees the high-palate fun at Dry Creek Kitchen on Friday and Saturday, March 15-16. DCK is at 317 Healdsburg Ave., tickets at

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