LINEUP The Stax City horn section takes the lead in their recreation of 1960s’ R&B hits. They play at Coyote Sonoma on Jan. 5.

Senior Center
Healdsburg Senior Center will be closed through Friday, Jan. 5, 2024. It will reopen on Monday, Jan. 8.

City’s Short Week
The City of Healdsburg’s offices at 401 Grove St., which were closed for the holidays until Jan. 3, will only be open Wednesday and Thursday this week, closing on Friday, Jan. 5, for its regular biweekly closure. For water, electric, wastewater or street emergencies call (707) 431-7000; for emergencies call 911.

Schools Schedule
Healdsburg Unified School District schools are currently on winter break. School resumes on Tuesday, Jan. 9.

First Thursday
Only Angels Have Wings is the movie of the month at The 222, on Thursday, Jan. 4. It stars Cary Grant and Jean Arthur in Howard Hawks’ 1939 movie about American airmail pilots in Central America. Tickets $20, at 222 Healdsburg Ave.

Nate Lopez
Live melodic jazz improvisation from guitarist Nate Lopez, one of the busiest musicians in town. He plays 5-8pm, Friday, Jan. 5, no cover. Furthermore Wines, 328A Healdsburg Ave.

Stax City
An old-school horn-driven R&B band based in Sonoma County, celebrating the music of James Brown, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding, Al Green, Tower of Power and many more. Friday, Jan. 5, 7-10pm, no cover. Coyote Sonoma, 44f Mill St.

Hotel Jazz
The Spirit Bar picks up again with its regular Saturday night jazz combos, on Jan. 6  featuring the Laura Klein Trio, with Carla Kaufman and Greg German, from sparkling jazz standards and bebop to lyrical ballads, Latin grooves and originals. At Hotel Healdsburg, 25 Matheson St., 6-9pm.

Climate Action
Anne Belden and Paul Gullixson, two of the authors of Inflamed, a book about the 2017 Tubbs Fire and the bungled evacuations in Fountaingrove, will read and answer questions about climate change on Monday, Jan. 8, at Healdsburg Community Center, 6pm.

Planning Commission
There will be a workshop on Tuesday, Jan. 9, about the Mill District Hotel, a four-story, 53-key hotel at 192 Saw Mill Circle, with restaurant, bar, outdoor pool, spa, fitness center and parking, and a separate, one-story commercial building. Public workshop is Tuesday, Jan. 9, starting at 6pm in City Council Chambers, 401 Grove St.

Parks and Rec
The city’s Parks and Recreation Commission meets on Wednesday, Jan. 10, starting at 6pm in City Council Chambers, 401 Grove St.

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.

Dancing at the Raven
Two days of the  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.,

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

City Council
The Healdsburg City Council returns to action on Tuesday, Jan. 16, with Mayor David Hagele wielding the gavel. Meeting starts at 6pm in Council Chambers, 401 Grove St.

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