Rock band
STAGE DRESS The band Nude Party plays at the BloodRoot Ramble on Saturday, June 8, on the bill with Lord Huron, Andrew Bird and others. The Ramble will be held at the Healdsburg Community Center field, from noon to 8pm. (Photo by Clark Hodgin)

FoHL Book Sale
Even though the library discourages donations with the remodel coming up, Friends of the Healdsburg Library has managed to collect another batch of great books, CDs, DVDs and more for sale to the Healdsburg public this weekend. Thursday and Friday, June 6-7, from 10am to 5:30pm; Saturday 10am to 3pm. In the meeting room at 139 Piper St.

Country on the Green
Windsor’s Summer Nights on the Green goes “young country” with Dustin Saylor, on Thursday, June 6. Farmers’ Market 5pm, music 6-8pm.

City Offices Closed
Bi-weekly closure of the City Hall and Community Development Center all day Friday, June 7.

Cloverdale Friday
Con Brio brings it to Cloverdale for Friday Night Live on June 7. Street fair starts at 6pm, music from 7-9pm, at the Cloverdale Plaza.

BloodRoot Ramble
Return of the downtown winery’s indie-rock festival, starting with a welcome reception and performance Friday, June 7, with the Coffis Brothers. It builds to Saturday’s big show at the Community Center playing field (1557 Healdsburg Ave.), featuring Lord Huron, Andrew Bird, Cautious Clay, the Nude Party and Spike Sikes, noon to 8pm. Information and tickets at

And Furthermore …
There’s music most weekend nights at Furthermore Wines in Healdsburg, from singer-songwriter Adam Lieb on Thursday, June 6; Chris Amberger-Jeremy Lieber on Friday; and the Chip Boaz Trio on Sunday. Starts at 5pm, no cover, 328A Healdsburg Ave.

Noche de Amor
A benefit for the Health Care Foundation will take place at Bacchus Landing on Saturday, June 8, starting at 6pm. Supporters, grantees and other stakeholders will attend in a celebration of this diverse and vibrant community. 14210 Bacchus Landing Way, details at

Coyote Den
The Mill Street venue has scaled back its live bands this week, but Thursday Karaoke and Wednesday Trivia Night continue on the calendar. Sonoma Shakers play on Saturday, June 8. Coyote Sonoma, 44F Mill St.,

Elephant Music
Reggae hip-hop band Pazifico plays on Friday, June 7, starting at 8pm, with fusion band Hella Mendocino on Saturday, at Elephant in the Room. Music starts at 8pm, cover usually $10. The Elephant is at 177 Healdsburg Ave.,

Farmers’ Market
The Saturday Healdsburg Farmers’ Market gets underway in the West Plaza parking lot this Saturday, June 8, from 8:30am to noon.

Susan Sutton Trio brings a mix of originals and standards to Hotel Healdsburg’s Spirit Bar on Saturday, June 8. She will be accompanied by Joel Kruzic and Kevin Dillon, from 6-9pm. No cover, partial Dry Creek Kitchen menu available. 25 Matheson St.

Sunday at the Plaza
Healdsburg’s lesser cousin Sunday in the Plaza series continues on June 9 as Drew Harrison plays from the Beatles songbook on the Gazebo stage, from 1-3pm.

Piano Monologue
Former USSR resident Inna Faliks brings a piano concert program, Polonaise-Fantaisia the Story of a Pianist, described as a hybrid of a piano recital and an autobiographical monologue, to The 222 stage (222 Healdsburg Ave.) on Saturday, June 8. Interview at 7pm, performance beginning at 7:30pm. Tickets $35-$75 at

Pipe-Organ Concert
Sunday, June 9 is the final concert in the 2023-24 pipe-organ concert series at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Music Director Paul Blanchard will be joined by members of the Redwood Empire Chapter of the American Guild of Organists to play an hour-long concert of classical music. Admission to the 5pm concert is free, and the public is welcome to attend.

Mozart’s Keyboard
Daniel Adam Maltz demonstrates the technical and emotional range of the fortepiano, on Sunday, June 9, at 2pm at the Raven Performing Arts Theater, 115 North St. Tickets from $35 VIP, $25 general, $10 student (plus ticket fees) online at or at the door if available.

Plaza Tuesday
Casual Country will play from the Gazebo stage for Tuesday in the Plaza (6-8pm) on June 11, following the Tuesday morning Farmers’ Market (9am to 12:30pm) on Plaza and Center streets.

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.,

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