TAPESTRY Saxophonist Joe Lovano, left, pianist Marilyn Crispell and drummer Carmen Castaldi will appear on Saturday night, March 30, at The 222. (Photo by Bart Babinski/ECM)

‘Wizard’ at the Raven
This Raven Players production of the musical The Wizard of Oz plays weekends through April 7. Note Thursday, March 28, is pay-what-you can, all other performances $10 students, $40 grownups. See schedule and ticket links at raventheater.org/event/the-wizard-of-oz. Raven Performing Arts Theater, 115 North St.

City Offices Closed
On Friday, March 29, as happens every two weeks, the City of Healdsburg closes its offices at City Hall, but work continues for Public Works and Building inspections. To schedule a Public Works inspection call (707) 547-0556, for Building inspections call (707) 431-3346.

Barrel Room Music
Live music continues at Hudson Street Wineries on Friday afternoons, from 5-8pm. $5 cover for a danceable way to end the work week at 428 Hudson St. March 29 the Stragglerz come to play; see the season’s schedule at hudsonstreetwineries.com/upcoming-events.

Women’s History
The Healdsburg Jazz Artist in Residence is trombonist Natalie Cressman, who will present a Women’s History program on Friday, March 29, about trombonist and composer Melba Liston. At Healdsburg Regional Library, 139 Piper St., 5-6pm.

Guitar Jazz
Friday, March 29, welcome Christian Foley-Beining (guitar) with Tom Shader (bass) and Kendrick Freeman (drums) to Furthermore Wines, 328A Healdsburg Ave. Starts at 5pm, no cover.

Joe Lovano appears at The 222 on Saturday, March 30.

Saxophone Jazz
Grammy-winning saxophonist Joe Lovano plays at The 222 on Saturday, March 30, with pianist Marilyn Crispell and drummer Carmen Castaldi in Trio Tapestry. Two shows, 6:30pm and 8:30pm; tickets $45 and $85 at the222.org. Located inside Paul Mahder Gallery, 222 Healdsburg Ave.

Elephant Music
Electric Tumbleweed rolls into town on Saturday, March 30, at Elephant in the Room, 177A Healdsburg Ave. $10 cover, show starts at 8pm. More at elephantintheroompub.com.

Monthly Comedy
Laugh till it hurts at the Coyote Den’s monthly standup comedy show, hosted by Martin Marrufo with headliner Chazz Hawkins and others. $15 presale, $20 at the door; show starts at 8pm on Saturday, March 30. Coyote Sonoma, 44f Mill St., coyotesonoma.com.

Easter Weekend
Healdsburg has no traditional public Easter celebration, though the Healdsburg Chamber recommends the Geyserville Inn’s Egg-citing Easter Egg Hunt, on Saturday, March 30, from noon to 1pm. In Windsor, the Kiwanis Club holds its annual Egg Hunt at Windsor High School starting at 10am sharp, also on March 30.

Library Closures
Sonoma County regional branches, including in Healdsburg, will be closed on Sunday, March 31 and Monday, April 1. They will reopen with regular hours on April 2.

City Council
First meeting of the month for Healdsburg’s City Council is Monday, April 1, at 6pm. Agendas for all city meetings are published in advance at healdsburg.gov/543/Agendas-Minutes. Location is Council Chambers, 401 Grove St.

Dad Country
Free-roaming musician Avi Vinocur plays Little Saint on Thursday, April 4, 6pm. Coming April 11: Low Cut Connie (Adam Weiner). Second Story stage is upstairs at Little Saint, 25 North St.

‘The Mountaintop’
A two-person drama by Katori Hall about the last day of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., entirely set in his Lorraine Motel room the evening before his assassination. It opens April 4 and plays most days through April 14, 7:30pm. At The 222 stage, 222 Healdsburg Ave. Tickets start at $45, students free, available at www.the222.org.

Books & Wine
Copperfield’s Books presents an author’s reading on Friday, April 5, at 7pm, next door at Thumbprint Cellars, 102 Matheson St. Meet Rowan Beaird, whose debut novel, The Divorcées, is set in 1950s Reno, Nevada.

Maya Angelou Day
Saturday, April 6, 2-4 pm is a Healdsburg Jazz celebration of the Presidential Medal of Freedom-honored Angelou, featuring poets Avotcja, Enid Pickett, Sonoma County Youth Poet Ella Wen, Marcus Shelby and others. An open mic for all interested poets and writers follows. Healdsburg Library, 139 Piper St., 2-4pm.

Walk! Healdsburg
A community walk at the site of the Saggio Hills Affordable Housing Project, with Stephen Sotomayor, the Healdsburg housing director, and the Move! Healdsburg crew from the Climate Action group. Sunday, April 7, 1:30-3:30pm. Meet at Barbieri Brothers Park.

Slow Wine
A discussion, book sale and signing by renowned wine writer and educator Deborah Parker Wong, national editor of the Slow Wine Guide, including a wine tasting from 6:30-8pm on Tuesday, April 9, at the Healdsburg Regional Library. 139 Piper St.

Post events on the Tribune’s online calendar at healdsburgtribune.com/calendar and send special announcements to [email protected].

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