Rock band
GO YOUR OWN WAY Tribute band Fleetwood Macramé strums, shows off and struts their stuff at 6pm on Tuesday at the Healdsburg Plaza.

Raven in Windsor
The Raven Players stage Stephen Sondheim’s breakthrough musical, Company, weekends through Sunday afternoon, July 21, at the Windsor High School Auditorium. The newer, smaller theater promises a more intimate audience experience. Reviewed this issue. Tickets $10 students, $40 general. 8695 Windsor Rd., Windsor.

Return to the Green
Latin-rock dance band Maya performs for the folks at Summer Night on the Green in Windsor, Thursday, July 11, after a week off. Farmers’ Market 5pm, music 6-8pm.

Friday Night Live
Cajun and Zydeco rockers Tom Rigney & Flambeau will get the party going in Cloverdale for Friday Night Live, July 12. Street fair 6pm, live music 7-9:30pm.

Mojo Courage
A strong weekend of performers at The Elephant, from Placervile’s finest Johnny Mojo on Friday, vintage rock from John Courage on Saturday and some summertime green from Sonomacana on Sunday. Most shows are just $10. The Elephant in the Room is at 177 Healdsburg Ave.,

The hard-working Adam Lieb plays two nights in a row at Furthermore Wines, bringing his eclectic song list to the tasting room stage. Shows both Friday and Saturday, 5-8pm, no cover. 328-A Healdsburg Ave.

Beach Party
Wonder Bread 5 specializes in danceable oldies, this time featuring the “sounds of summer” for a Friday night special at the Coyote Den, July 12. Tickets $30, showtime is 9pm. Coyote Sonoma, 44F Mill St.,

Farmers’ Market
The weekly Saturday Healdsburg Farmers’ Market gets underway in the West Plaza parking lot on July 13, from 8:30am to noon.

Healdsburg History
Before Healdsburg was a destination, it was so much more—Pomo village, trading post, agricultural hub. Healdsburg Museum holds free weekly tours on Saturdays, starting from the Plaza stage. On July 13 local realtor-historian Eric Drew remembers the old City Hall, high school and much more in an hour-long ramble, starting at 10:30am.

Summer Wine Road
One-day tasting event at 40 wineries in Dry Creek, Russian River and Alexander Valley from Wine Road Sonoma County. Saturday, July 13, from 11am to 4pm. $40 per person, available at

Artist Reception
Saturday, July 13, from noon to 5pm, meet Cindy Wilson and experience her solo showcase of paintings and ceramics at Rena Charles Gallery, 439 Healdsburg Ave.

Cloverdale Bluegrass
The Cloverdale Performing Arts Center presents Jackalope recording artists 3 Acre Holler, in a special local performance, 7:30pm on Saturday, July 13. $20 online, $25 at the door, 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd.

Chuck Sher Quartet
Playing straight-ahead tunes, standards, bebop as well as original compositions, with bassist Chuck Sher, Jeff Oster on piano, Randy Vicent guitars and David Rokeach, drums. At Healdsburg Hotel’s Spirit Bar on Saturday, July 13. No cover, partial Dry Creek Kitchen menu available. 25 Matheson St.

Tour de Healdsburg
Community Move! Healdsburg bike ride on Bastille Day, Sunday, July 14, from the City Hall to Enso Village via Parkland Farms. Meet at 8:45am for the 6-mile ride, helmets required. Refreshments at Enso; return by 11am. 

Motown Get-Down
Dry Creek Vineyards opens the big lawn for the music of the Lucky Devils, with wine, food and good times. Noon to 4pm Sunday afternoon, July 14. Tickets $50 for wine club members, $65 general, at  3770 Lambert Bridge Rd. Family friendly, no pets,

Sundays at the Plaza
Guitarist Mark Abdillah plays Latin and flamenco on the Gazebo stage on Sunday, July 14, from 1-3pm. No cover, no crowds. Bring a picnic.

Thinking About Wine
Michael Sinowitz will discuss topics from his new book,  Finding Meaning in Wine, at the Sonoma County Wine Library Association, 139 Piper St., from 3-4:30pm on Sunday, July 14. Program is free, wine from Peterson Winery will be available for a small donation.

Healdsburg Tuesday
Tuesday, July 9, the tribute band Fleetwood Macramé plays the hits of the 1970s and ’80s, from 6-8pm. Food vendors offer locally sourced food for sale starting at 5pm; complimentary bike valet services available.

Second Story
Thursday, July 18, Cali-Tex musician Matthew Logan Vasquez, singer/songwriter/guitarist of group Delta Spirit, is joined by British pedal steel musician Spencer Cullum’s Coin Collection on the Second Story stage. No cover, 7pm show, get there early or listen from downstairs at Little Saint, 25 North St.

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