LOCAL BAND The Pulsators return to Healdsburg on Jan. 12 for another gig at Coyote Sonoma. with their homegrown ska-rock gumbo.

Molly Parden
Acoustic singer-songwriter from Nashville returns to Second Story on Thursday, Jan. 11, at 7pm. No cover, upstairs at Little Saint, 25 North St.

Coyote Dance
The Pulsators, the long-lived and popular Sonoma County band, return to Coyote Sonoma on Friday, Jan. 12, at 7pm. $10 cover, 44 Mill St.

Whiskey Bent?
Not whiskey bent, but Whiskey Dent comes to the Elephant in the Room on Friday, Jan. 12, from 8 to midnight. $10 cover, 177 Healdsburg Ave.

Winter Wineland
Annual tour of 60 participating wineries in Alexander, Dry Creek and Russian River valleys, along the Wine Road, Jan. 13 & 14. No buses or large groups, this is not a food pairing event. For information and tickets, go to wineroad.com/events/winter-wineland.

Classical Voices
Cantabile, a Sonoma County vocal group, performs a diverse program ranging from Baroque and Brahms to musical theater and opera duets. There will be an open pre-performance discussion at 6:15pm and music at 7pm on Saturday, Jan. 13. Tickets $25-$65. At The 222, 222 Healdsburg Ave.

Hotel Jazz
The Spirit Bar hosts regular Saturday night jazz combos. On Jan. 13, Latin jazz and world guitar music with David Correa and Tommy Hill (guitars) and Rami Ziadeh (percussion). Hotel Healdsburg, 25 Matheson St., 6-9pm.

Dancing at the Raven
Two days of Studio W Dance winter showcase performances at the Raven Performing Arts Center, on Jan. 13 & 14. Times are Saturday 7-10pm, and Sunday 10am to noon. 115 North St., raventheater.org.

City Offices Closed
On Monday, Jan. 15, Healdsburg’s city offices will be closed in recognition of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. Offices will reopen on Tuesday Jan. 16 at 7:30 pm, and the regular Mnday City Council meeting will be held on Tuesday this week (see below).

Community Bike Ride
Move! Healdsburg, the local bicycle advocacy group, will hold its monthly community bike ride on Monday, Jan. 15, starting at 2pm. Meet at Old Roma Station, 57 Front St., for 5- or 8-mile loop. Helmets required.

City Council
The Healdsburg City Council returns to action on Tuesday, Jan. 16, with Mayor David Hagele wielding the gavel. A mid-year goals evaluation and presentation on housing policy are on the agenda. Meeting starts at 6pm in Council Chamber, 401 Grove St.

City Offices Closed
Friday, Jan. 19, city offices will be closed to reduce utility and facility costs. For water, electric, wastewater or street emergencies call (707) 431-7000; all other emergencies call 911.

Sophia and Trey
The Gen Alpha couple sing and play 5-8pm, Friday, Jan. 19, no cover (note date correction). Furthermore Wines, 328A Healdsburg Ave.

Beautiful Noise
Super Diamond, a Neil Diamond tribute band, comes to Healdsburg on Friday, Jan. 19. Tickets $30, doors at 8pm, music at 9pm at Coyote Sonoma, 44f Mill St.

Little Big Thief
Buck Meek comes to the Second Story on Saturday, Jan. 20 (note date correction) starting at 8pm. Meek, the lead guitarist of Big Thief, brings his full band, including brother Dylan Meek on keys, to Little Saint for this Dad Country performance. Tickets $35, 25 North St.

Pipe-Organ Concert
Eric Choate, San Francisco Conservatory of Music professor of choral and organ music, is the guest artist on Sunday, Jan. 21, at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church’s “Mostly Third Sunday” concert. Starts at 5pm, admission is free, donations to the church’s building fund are gratefully accepted.

Planning Commission
Meeting of the city’s Planning Commission on Tuesday, Jan. 23, starting at 6pm. 401 Grove St. at City Council Chamber.

Senior Citizens Commission
Meeting of the Senior Citizens Advisory Commission is Wednesday, Jan. 24, at 4pm. City Hall Council Chamber, 401 Grove St.

Opening Night
Chimichangas and Zoloft begins a three-weekend run at the Raven Theater on Friday, Jan. 26. Friday and Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sunday matinees at 2pm. Tickets $10 students, $25 adults. 115 North St.

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