Washboard musician
WASHBOARD MAN Lloyd Meadows, of the Bay Area band Zydeco Flames, will be a guest musician at the Parish Cafe's Crawfish Boil on Friday, June 14. Laissez les bon temps rouler!

‘The Forgetters’
Writer Greg Sarris, of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, will be in conversation with Jane Ciabattari at The 222 about his book of stories told in the classic style of Southern Pomo and Coast Miwok creation stories. Tickets $25, free for 18 and under. Thursday, June 13, at 7pm, 222 Healdsburg Ave.

Second Story
Multi-instrumentalist Kahil El’Zabar and tenor saxophonist David Murray bring their alliance to the Second Story stage on Thursday, June 13. Upstairs at Little Saint, 25 North St., littlesainthealdsburg.com.

Elemental
Earth Wind & Fire tribute band Kalimba plays the Summer Night on the Green in Windsor, Thursday, June 13. Farmers’ Market 5pm, music 6-8pm.

Furthermore …
One of the area’s top jazz guitarists, Randy Vincent, plays two gigs at Furthermore this weekend—Friday June 14 with the Ruth Ahlers Trio in a Brazilian mode in Healdsburg (328A Healdsburg Ave., 5-8pm), and Sunday June 16, from 1-4pm, with Chris Amberger at the winery’s Sebastopol location (3541 Gravenstein Hwy. N). More listings at furthermorewines.com.

Crawfish Boil
Healdsburg’s only New Orleans restaurant (Parish Café, 60 Mill St.) rolls out the big pots and fires up the music on two successive Fridays, June 14 and June 21, 5:30-9pm. On the menu is a “boil” with Louisiana crawfish, andouille, corn and potatoes, plus grilled meats, creole salad, black-eyed peas and, yes, beignets. $65, limited tickets at theparishcafe.com.

Friday Night Live
Banda Pacifica brings regional Mexican music to Cloverdale’s weekly street-fair-and-music happening, 6-9:30pm.

Juneteenth
The City of Healdsburg and Healdsburg Jazz present a day-long celebration of Juneteenth on Saturday, June 15 (close enough for jazz, as they say). Music includes Steve Turre, Person2Person, Darrell Grant and the MJ New, plus more. It’s free, from 2-8pm in the Plaza.

Jazz Festival
The 26th annual Healdsburg Jazz Festival starts Saturday and runs for nine days through Sunday, June 23. Something musical every day, from local wineries to pubs, classic jazz to cutting edge. Details at www.healdsburgjazz.org.

Elephant Music
Live music several times a week at the Elephant in the Room, including Tracorum with John Courage Trio (Friday, June 14), Anthony Cullins Band (Sunday, June 16) and Ellie James (Tuesday, June 18). Music usually starts at 8pm, cover usually $10. The Elephant is at 177 Healdsburg Ave., Elephantintheroompub.com.

Farmers’ Market
The Saturday Healdsburg Farmers’ Market gets underway in the West Plaza parking lot this Saturday, June 15, from 8:30am to noon. There’s usually live music to stimulate the shopping impulse.

National Prune Day
Yes, there is such a thing, and it’s Saturday, June 15. Naturally the Healdsburg Prune Packers are celebrating with PruneFest, with Donn Zea, executive director of California Prunes, and other guests. Expect it all before Saturday’s game at Rec Park against the Menlo Legacy, 6pm.

Piano/Bass/Drums
Bebop, ballads and blues from the Rob Sudduth Quartet, with Brad Buethe, John Wiitala and Ron Marabuto. It’s at Hotel Healdsburg’s Spirit Bar on Saturday, June 15. No cover, partial Dry Creek Kitchen menu available. 25 Matheson St.

Sunday at the Plaza
Despite the name, the Justin Rock Trio plays jazz, from 1-3pm Sunday, June 16, the Gazebo stage.

City Council
Last regular session of the City Council until Aug. 5 is Monday, Jan. 17, for final fiscal-year-ending action. Starts at 6pm in Council Chambers, 401 Grove St. Also carried live at  facebook.com/cityofhealdsburg.

Plaza Tuesday
MJ’s Brass Boppers plays New Orleans jazz as the Healdsburg Jazz Festival comes to the Gazebo stage on June 18, from 6-8pm. That morning, the Farmers’ Market (9am to 12:30pm) is held at the Plaza, on Plaza and Center streets.

Coyote Den
The Mill Street venue features Karaoke Thursday, Disco Saturday and Trivia Night on Wednesdays. Then the Barn Burners throw it down on Friday, June 21. Coyote Sonoma, 44F Mill St., coyotesonoma.com.

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