AERIAL BALLET The dance troupe Bandaloop presents their acrobatic show in harmony with Roomfull of Teeth's vocal pyrotechnics at The 222 on Jan. 27.

Social Services Fair
Find resources for mental health, housing support, hunger relief, Narcan education and more, with Alliance Medical Center, Legal Aid, Reach For Home and others. Thursday, Jan. 18, 3-5pm at the Healdsburg Regional Library, 139 Piper St.

Elephant Rock
On Friday, Jan. 19, the Jerry Garcia tribute band Turtle Dove will perform at the Elephant in the Room, 8pm, $15 cover. Saturday night it’s the Portland genre-benders Lost Ox, free, at 177 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.

Sophia & Trey
Gen Alpha couple sing and play 5-8pm, Friday, Jan. 19, no cover. Saturday night it’s jazz piano and guitar with Carlos & Chad. Furthermore Wines, 328A Healdsburg Ave.

Little Big Thief
Buck Meek comes to the Second Story on Saturday, Jan. 20, 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.

Hotel Jazz
The Spirit Bar hosts regular Saturday night jazz combos. On Jan. 20, the Adam Shulman Trio plays “chestnuts from the Great American Songbook.” The pianist is joined by John Wiitala on bass and Smith Dobson on drums. Hotel Healdsburg, 25 Matheson St., 6-9pm.

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.

Bowling Benefit
AVFilm is holding a fundraising bowling match and movie on Monday, Jan. 22. The movie is The Big Lebowski, $65 tickets include bowling, pizza, drinks and the movie. Time is 6pm at Windsor Bowling Center, 8801 Conde Lane, Windsor.

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.

Miscarriage of Justice
Fly So Far, a film about two Salvadoran women sentenced to 30 years in prison for having miscarriages. Sponsored by AAUW Healdsburg, Thursday, Jan. 25, 6pm, free. At The 222, 222 Healdsburg Ave.

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. 

King of Them All
On Saturday, Jan. 27, the history of Cincinnati’s King Records is illuminated by Ben Levin, a blues piano player and singer. He speaks from 12:30-1:30pm, following a morning jazz performance by Charged Particles from 11am to noon. Healdsburg Regional Library, 139 Center St.

Dance and Vocal
An unusual performance at The 222 on Saturday, Jan. 27, with the return of vertical dancers Bandaloop in collaboration with Roomful of Teeth, a Grammy Award-winning vocal band that explores the expressive potential of the human voice. Tickets $55-$95, showtime is 7pm, at 222 Healdsburg Ave.

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