MARCHERS Healdsburg Elementary School students will march from the Plaza to their school on Wednesday, Nov. 8, in emulation of Ruby Bridges.

Book Sale
The Friends of the Healdsburg Library fundraising book sale continues through Saturday, Nov. 4. All are welcome Thursday and Friday, 10am to 5:30pm, but bring your own bag for special “bag sale” prices on Saturday, 10am to 3pm. The Healdsburg Library is at 139 Piper St., corner of Center.

Organ Concert
A special performance continues the Max Reger Festival at St. Paul’s Church on Friday, Nov. 3, at 6pm, with Samuel Lee playing selections from Bach, Reger and others on the church’s pipe organ. Free.

Food & Wine Affair
The Wine Road’s annual Food & Wine Affair is Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 4-5, at 40 participating wineries in Dry Creek, Russian River and Alexander Valleys. Weekend tickets $125, Sunday-only $95, designated drivers $25. Info and tickets at

Farmers’ Market
The regular Saturday Healdsburg Farmers’ Market is Saturday, Nov. 4, from 8:30am to noon at the West Plaza parking lot. The market celebrates local agricultural heritage and is one of the original Certified Farmers Markets in the area.

Blues Concert
Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings perform live at the Raven Theater, 115 North St., on Saturday, Nov. 4, starting at 7:30pm. Tickets at

Hotel Jazz
Regular Saturday-evening jazz in the Spirit Bar at Hotel Healdsburg. This Saturday, Nov. 4, hear jazz standards and originals from Christian Foley-Beining (guitar), Tom Shader (bass) and Tom Hayashi (drums). From 6-9pm, 25 Matheson St., no cover.

Monk at the Trunk
Celebration of Thelonious Monk featuring Crowbot, Spike Sikes and His Awesome Hotcakes, Stella Heath, Nate Lopez and Bone Cootes on Sunday, Nov. 5. It’s at Elephant in the Room, 77 Healdsburg Ave. 7-10pm, $10 cover.

City Council
First meeting of the month of the Healdsburg City Council, Monday, Nov. 6, begins at 6pm. Held at Council Chambers, 401 Grove St., or view on

School March
Healdsburg Elementary School students meet at the Plaza at 7:30am on Wednesday, Nov. 8, to walk to their school at 400 First St., as part of a day of education for Ruby Bridges Walk to School Day.

Parks and Rec
Latest deliberations from the city’s Parks and Recreation Commission on Wednesday, Nov. 8, starting at 6pm. Held at Council Chambers, 401 Grove St.

La Dame Blanche
Yaite Ramos Rodriguez, a.k.a. La Dame Blanche, summons the spirits with powerful and compelling sounds of hip-hop, dancehall, voice and flute. Starting at 7pm on Thursday, Nov. 9, at Second Story, upstairs at Little Saint, 25 North St.

Raven Players
Betty and Edith and Sue are lifelong friends who share the same godmother. On stage at the Raven Performing Arts Center, 115 North St. Performances Nov. 10-19, various times. See

Latin Dance Night
Move to the music of Latin Grammy Award-winner Mayinbito on Saturday, Nov. 11. Show begins at 8pm, tickets $25, at Coyote Sonoma, 44f Mill St.

Cannabis Review
Open meeting of the City Council to review the eight applicants for two cannabis business licenses in town, to be held Monday, Nov. 13, starting at 5pm. City Council Chambers, 401 Grove St.

Design Dialog
“Scale: Adding Housing Diversity” is the theme of the fall’s third Design Dialog, with local architects and CraftWork founder Jim Heid, on Tuesday, Nov. 14. At CraftWork, Nov. 14, 5:30pm. Information and tickets at

Planning Commission
Latest deliberations from the city’s Planning Commission are Tuesday night, Nov. 14, starting at 6pm. Held at Council Chambers, 401 Grove St.

Craft Fair
Annual Senior Center Craft Fair is Saturday, Nov. 18, from 10am to 2pm at the Senior Center, 113 Matheson St.

Holiday Boutique
Stock up on holiday gifts and handcrafted jams, chutneys and marmalades from Healdsburg-area home chefs. Also Thanksgiving and Christmas decorations, artwork and loads of jewelry and other gifts. At St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 209 Matheson St., Saturday Nov. 18, 10am to 2pm.

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