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.
City Offices Closed
The Community Development Center and City offices will be closed on Nov. 10. This eliminates a travel day for employees, and reduces utility and facility use costs by closing some facilities. Public Works and Building inspections will be available.
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 raventheater.org/event/betty-and-edith-and-sue-november-10-19.
Friday, Nov. 10, finds the classical Dali Quartet in performance on The 222 stage. With its classical roots and “Latin Soul” programming, the group has toured the Americas since its founding in 2018. Their diversified performance will begin at 7:30pm, 222 Healdsburg Ave. Tickets $35-$75 at the222.org.
Music entrepreneur KC Mosso throws himself a birthday party on Friday, Nov. 10. DJ Kevin West provides free entertainment. Elephant in the Room, 8pm to midnight, 177 Healdsburg Ave.
15th annual American Legion Post 111 Healdsburg offers the Veterans Day Breakfast, from 8am to 9:30, for all Veterans’ families and guests. It’s at the Annex at Villa Chanticleer, Saturday Nov. 11.
The regular Saturday Healdsburg Farmers’ Market is Saturday, Nov. 11, 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.
Regular Saturday-evening jazz in the Spirit Bar at Hotel Healdsburg. This Saturday, Nov. 11, hear standards and originals from the Robb Fisher Trio, with Ben Stolorow on piano and Brandon Etzler on drums. From 6-9pm, 25 Matheson St., no cover.
Return to 1930s Europe with Ian Scherer, Emily Froberg and Trevor Kinsell and their Django Reinhardt-style music on Saturday, Nov. 11. The Gypsy Trio, winners in the 2013 North Bay Bohemian’s North Bay Music Awards (Norbays) voting, play from 5-8pm at Furthermore Wines, 328-A Healdsburg Ave.
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.
Hollywood Glam is the preferred dress for AVFilm’s gala on Monday, Nov. 13. Follow the red carpet to the “Hollywood of Tomorrow” program, which celebrates student filmmaking and community programs, with a tribute to Star Wars-editor Marcia Lucas. Starts at 6pm at Little Saint, 25 North St; details and tickets at avfilmpresents.org/hollywood-of-tomorrow.
“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, 5:30pm. Information and tickets at craftworkhbg.com/design-dialogues.
Latest deliberations from the city’s Planning Commission are Tuesday night, Nov. 14, starting at 6pm. Held at Council Chambers, 401 Grove St.
Annual Senior Center Craft Fair is on Saturday, Nov. 18, from 10am to 2pm at the Senior Center, 113 Matheson St.
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.
Final two weeks for the “African American Experience in Healdsburg” exhibit, at the Healdsburg Museum, 221 Matheson St. Open Wednesday to Sunday, 11am to 4pm, until Nov. 19. Free admission, donation appreciated.
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