JAZZ CONCERT Double Grammy winner Samara Joy charms a full house at Bacchus Landing on Sunday, June 18. The 25th annual Healdsburg Jazz Festival continues all week until June 25.

Healdsburg Jazz

25th annual Healdsburg Jazz Festival continues with events through Sunday, June 25. Tickets and information at healdsburgjazz.org. 

Collegiate Baseball

Prune Packers baseball continues its 2023 season with home games this week against the Alameda Anchors (June 23), West Coast Kings (June 24) and Walnut Creek Crawdads (June 29, 2pm). Games start 6pm unless noted. $8 admission, food and beverages available for purchase. Schedule and tickets at prunepackers.org.

Art After Dark

The first of two downtown community-wide street fair and art celebrations this summer is Friday, June 23. Event takes place on Center Street between Plaza and North streets, presenting a street fair atmosphere with food and performers from 5-9pm, free. Healdsburg Center for the Arts, 334 Center St. 

BRINGIN’ IT The LA band Metalachi, a group of mariachi-loving metalheads, plays at Coyote Sonoma on Friday, June 23. (Courtesy Queen Kyla Vera)


A seasoned Los Angeles band, Metalachi combines heavy metal with mariachi. Imagine the possibilities. Friday, June 23 at Coyote Sonoma, 44f Mill St. at 9pm. Tickets $25 advance, $30 at the door. 

Farmers’ Market

Healdsburg Certified Farmers’ Market will be held from 8:30am-noon at the West Plaza lot on Saturday, June 24.

Taste of Sonoma

Return of the annual Sonoma County vintners’ event, Saturday, June 24. Taste wines from over 100 wineries, refuel at complimentary food trucks and relax at themed lounges at Kendall-Jackson Wine Estate and Gardens, 5007 Fulton Rd., noon-4pm, tasteofsonoma.com for tickets. 

Sundays in the Plaza

The Phil Lawrence Quartet plays jazz on the Gazebo stage from 1-3pm, Sunday June 25. Bring a picnic, sit back, relax and enjoy the music presented by the City of Healdsburg, free. 

Hazardous Waste

Zero Waste Sonoma holds a household hazardous waste disposal event on Tuesday, June 27, from 4-6pm in Healdsburg. Visit zerowastesonomahhwevent.as.me/Healdsburg to schedule an appointment at least 24 hours in advance. The exact location will be emailed upon appointment. 

Johnny Rawls Band

On tour from Mississippi, the Johnny Rawls Band returns to Healdsburg for a Tuesday, June 27 show at the Elephant in the Room, 177 Healdsburg Ave., 8:30pm, $20 cover.

Tuesday at the Plaza

Certified Farmers’ Market from 9am-12:30pm, followed by Tuesday in the Plaza music from 6-8pm, featuring Neon Velvet (’80s and ’90s new wave/pop/rock). Both events free, Tuesday, June 27, at Healdsburg Plaza.

Senior Citizens Commission

The city’s Senior Citizens Advisory Commission will meet at Council Chambers, 401 Grove St., on Wednesday, June 28, starting at 4pm. 

COUNTY SHERIFF Eddie Engram, the sheriff-coroner for Sonoma County.

Sheriff’s Town Hall

On Thursday, June 29, Sonoma County Sheriff Eddie Engram will update the community in an informal town-hall style meeting at Alexander Valley Hall, 5512 Hwy. 128. It’s an event with no agenda, though the sheriff will give a brief update at the outset. 5:30-7pm.

Indie Rock

Jonny Fritz brings his Dad Country discoveries to Little Saint (25 North St.) on Fridays, 7pm, for shows with various artists. On June 30, see Jenny O. from 7-9pm, free. 

Raven Players

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat plays at the Raven Theater from June 30-July 16, various dates and times. With music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, the play is a reimagining of the biblical story of Joseph and his brethren. Visit raventheater.org for times, dates and tickets. 

Fourth of July 

Several events scheduled this day, including Tuesday Farmers’ Market (8:30am-noon) in the Plaza, a Kids Parade and Duck Dash from 10am to 1pm on Center Street downtown, and 4th of July Fireworks from 9:30-10pm. Viewing at Fitch Mountain Elementary School and Healdsburg High.

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