TENOR DUO The Patrick Wolff Quintet, featuring legendary tenor saxophonist Noel Jewkes (right), will headline Healdsburg Jazz’s Holiday Dance Party on Saturday, Dec. 2. (Photo by Dennis Hearne)

Dine Out for Life
Thursday, Nov. 30, is the 22nd annual fundraising event for Food for Thought. Restaurants donate 25% to 100% of proceeds to provide support for people living with HIV, cancer and other serious medical conditions. Several Healdsburg restaurants are participating, see fftfoodbank.org/dining-out-for-life.

Move! Healdsburg
Holiday-themed family-friendly community bike ride, 4-5:30pm on Friday, Dec. 1, to increase interest in creating a bike-safe community. Meet at Old Roma Station, 57 Front St. Helmets required. For information visit movehealdsburg.org.

Merry Healdsburg
Friday, Dec. 1, the city of Healdsburg will hold a tree-lighting ceremony at the Healdsburg Plaza at 6:30pm. Other activities at the Plaza include a Holiday Market along both Matheson and Plaza streets, carriage rides, musical performances and more, from 4-9:30pm.

Violin Recital
The 222’s classical music programmer, Gary McLaughlin, in recital with works by Bach, Telemann, Hindemith, Kreisler and Bacewicz, on Friday, Dec. 1, 7:30pm. Tickets $20. At 222 Healdsburg Ave, the222.org.

Farmers’ Market
The regular Saturday Healdsburg Farmers’ Market is Saturday, Dec. 2, 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.

The Healdsburg Chamber combines shopping and wine tasting on Saturday, Dec. 2. Start at CraftWork 445 Center St. at 4pm, then visit 15 shops with food, wine and holiday bargains. $65 ticket covers all.

Double Tenor Jazz Party
A holiday swingin’ dance party with saxophonists Patrick Wolff and Noel Jewkes and quintet. Free swing dance lessons from 6-7pm, music from 7:30-9pm at Paul Mahder Gallery, 222 Healdsburg Ave. $60, $25 students at Healdsburgjazz.org.

Hotel Jazz
Jazz Nova plays standards and originals, with Doug Morton (piano and trumpet), Josh Fossgreen (bass) and Tom Hayashi (drums). Saturday, Dec. 2, 6-9pm, 25 Matheson St., no cover.

Holiday Concert
The Healdsburg Community Band plays its annual Holiday Concert at the Raven Theater on Sunday, Dec. 3. Doors open 2:30pm, music starts at 3pm. Free. See the article in this issue.

Monday Movies
AVFilm presents “Through the Lens,” a world cinema series curated by SRJC’s Mike Traina. Monday, Dec. 4, visit India though Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy (2019). 6pm at the Studio, Plaza Cinema Center, 375 Healdsburg Ave. Tickets $15, $50 for series of four.

City Council
Regular meeting of the Healdsburg City Council begins at 6pm, 401 Grove St. Public comment welcome from attendees. Agenda available the Wednesday preceding, at healdsburg.gov/543/Agendas-Minutes.

First Thursday
Monthly movies at The 222 feature world cinema classics. Dec. 7 it’s the first film in Satyajit Ray’s Apu Trilogy, Pather Panchali. $20, 7pm at 222 Healdsburg Ave.

City Offices Closed
The Community Development Center and City offices will be closed on Dec. 8. Closure reduces utility and facility use costs by closing some facilities. Public Works and Building inspections will be available.

Community Chorus
Healdsburg Community Chorus’ Holiday Concert “Do You Hear What I Hear” on both Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 9-10. Starts 3pm at the Raven Theater. 115 North St. Tickets $20 at the door or online healdsburgchorus.com/concerts-tickets/.

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

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